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    Asia Pacific, the rare neurological disease treatment market, is anticipated to reach US$ 2,437.02 Mn in 2027 from US$ 1,225.38 Mn in 2019

    The rare neurological disease treatment market is growing primarily due to the rising prevalence of rare neurological diseases, increasing awareness about rare diseases, and robust pipeline drugs in the Asia Pacific region that are boosting the market over the years. Restraining factors, such as higher cost of rare neurological disease treatments likely to damage the growth of the market in the coming years. On the other hand, artificial intelligence for the treatment of rare neurological diseases is expected to have a positive impact on the growth of the Asia Pacific rare neurological disease treatment market in the coming years.

  • Dow Jones Futures Jump; Five Titans Near Buy Points In Coronavirus Stock Market Rally
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    Dow Jones Futures Jump; Five Titans Near Buy Points In Coronavirus Stock Market Rally

    Dow Jones futures surged, signaled strong gains for the coronavirus stock market rally. Apple, Tesla and AMD are near buy points.

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    Edited Transcript of EA earnings conference call or presentation 5-May-20 9:00pm GMT

    Q4 2020 Electronic Arts Inc Earnings Call

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    Edited Transcript of ELAN.N earnings conference call or presentation 7-May-20 12:00pm GMT

    Q1 2020 Elanco Animal Health Inc Earnings Call

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    Stock futures start the week higher on reopening hopes

    The New York Stock Exchange is set to reopen its famed trading floor Tuesday

  • Novavax begins coronavirus vaccine clinical trial
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    Novavax begins coronavirus vaccine clinical trial

    American biotech company Novavax said on Monday (May 25) it's begun trials for a coronavirus vaccine in Australia. It's one of many drugmakers around the world racing to find a way to fight a pandemic that's infected over 5 million people worldwide. Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Gregory Glenn explains. "What we're bringing to the table is a very strong immunogenic vaccine. It gives you functional responses. We've recently seen in our animal testing a very strong, what we call neutralizing antibodies which should be protective when they're induced in humans." The trial involves more than a hundred volunteers in Melbourne and Brisbane. Novavax says its vaccine works by using what's called an adjuvant. That's an agent that induces a stronger immune response to a disease by boosting production of antibodies. Those are what provide longer-lasting protection against infection. "So, in this virus it's unique. It has a structure on the surface that binds to a human cell and that allows it to inject it's own genetic material into that host cell and the host cell, the host cell, the human cell now becomes a virus factory. So, we're trying to block that process. If we can generate an immune response to the spike protein, which is the protein that binds the human cell, then we can disrupt infection." Working with researchers in Melbourne, Novavax expects preliminary results from the Phase 1 clinical trial in July. They say upon successful completion of Phase 1, Phase 2 will be conducted in several countries, including the United States.

  • ‘Suicide Squad’ Director’s Cut Would Be ‘Easy’ and ‘Cathartic,’ Says David Ayer

    ‘Suicide Squad’ Director’s Cut Would Be ‘Easy’ and ‘Cathartic,’ Says David Ayer

    "Suicide Squad" director David Ayer says it would be easy to make a director's cut of his movie. The 2016 supervillain team-up movie received mostly negative reviews from fans and critics, and many wondered what had been left on the cutting room floor. Since his movie's release, Ayer has been vocal about how his original […]

  • Here's How P/E Ratios Can Help Us Understand Alpha Era International Holdings Limited (HKG:8406)
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    Here's How P/E Ratios Can Help Us Understand Alpha Era International Holdings Limited (HKG:8406)

    The goal of this article is to teach you how to use price to earnings ratios (P/E ratios). We'll look at Alpha Era...

  • Newleaf Brands Announces Newest Newleaf Brands Advisor Appointee, Dr. Aubrey Oliver, set to Spearhead Jamaican-based Psilocybin Healing Retreat Efforts
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    Newleaf Brands Announces Newest Newleaf Brands Advisor Appointee, Dr. Aubrey Oliver, set to Spearhead Jamaican-based Psilocybin Healing Retreat Efforts

    Dr. Oliver is a Jamaican registered Functional Holistic doctor and a graduate of Ashford University in Complementary and Alternative Medicine. In recent years, Dr. Oliver was the Coordinating Physician with Caribbean Clinical Research Associates on the first clinical research of its kind which dealt with CBD oil, nano liposome, and alcohol-based forms to find out the absorbency efficacy on healthy cells.

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    Edited Transcript of ICICIBANK.NSE earnings conference call or presentation 9-May-20 11:30am GMT

    Q4 2020 ICICI Bank Ltd Earnings Call

  • How Much Did 360 Capital Group Limited's (ASX:TGP) CEO Pocket Last Year?
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    How Much Did 360 Capital Group Limited's (ASX:TGP) CEO Pocket Last Year?

    Tony Pitt became the CEO of 360 Capital Group Limited (ASX:TGP) in 2013. First, this article will compare CEO...

  • LATAM announces reorganization to ensure long-term sustainability
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    LATAM announces reorganization to ensure long-term sustainability

    LATAM Airlines Group S.A. ("LATAM") (NYSE: LTM; SP IPSA: LTM) and its affiliates in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and the United States today initiated a voluntary reorganization and restructuring of their debt under Chapter 11 protection in the United States with the support of the Cueto and Amaro families and Qatar Airways, two of the largest shareholders of LATAM. In light of the effects of COVID-19 on the worldwide aviation industry, this reorganization process provides LATAM with an opportunity to work with the group's creditors and other stakeholders to reduce its debt, access new sources of financing and continue operating, while enabling the group to transform its business to this new reality.

  • Gold ticks up on Sino-U.S. tensions over Hong Kong

    Gold ticks up on Sino-U.S. tensions over Hong Kong

    Spot gold rose 0.2% to $1,732.38 per ounce by 0241 GMT. U.S. gold futures were down 0.1% to $1,733.50. "The key supportive factor for the (gold) market is rising tensions between China and the U.S.; and if we see a further escalation, we would see another move higher in gold," said ING analyst Warren Patterson.

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    Edited Transcript of DRNA earnings conference call or presentation 7-May-20 8:30pm GMT

    Q1 2020 Dicerna Pharmaceuticals Inc Earnings Call

  • Investors Who Bought MindChamps PreSchool (SGX:CNE) Shares A Year Ago Are Now Down 53%
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    Investors Who Bought MindChamps PreSchool (SGX:CNE) Shares A Year Ago Are Now Down 53%

    Investing in stocks comes with the risk that the share price will fall. And unfortunately for MindChamps PreSchool...

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    Germany wants to end travel warning for 31 European countries - report

    The German government wants to end a travel warning for tourist trips to 31 European countries from June 15 if the coronavirus situation allows, magazine Focus on Tuesday cited dpa news agency as reporting. It said a paper on European tourism that may be agreed by the cabinet on Wednesday showed the government wanted to allow travel to the 26 other European Union nations and Britain as well as the four non-EU countries in the Schengen passport-free zone - Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. On May 18, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Germany was hoping to ease a travel warning on all tourist trips abroad that is in place until June 15.

  • U.S. drilling industry says offshore ban would crush jobs, government revenues

    U.S. drilling industry says offshore ban would crush jobs, government revenues

    The report by the Washington-based National Ocean Industries Association comes as Biden and other Democrats hoping to unseat Republican President Donald Trump in November's election have vowed to shift the country away from planet-warming fossil fuels to help avert the worst impacts of climate change. "It's important for the public and policymakers to understand the ramifications, which are severe," NOIA President Erik Milito said in an interview about the study.

  • Deaths Top 346,000; Singapore to Unveil Stimulus: Virus Update

    Deaths Top 346,000; Singapore to Unveil Stimulus: Virus Update

    (Bloomberg) -- Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson’s most senior adviser, refused to quit his job in the U.K. government, refuting claims he flouted lockdown rules that he had helped to draft. Germany agreed on a 9 billion euro ($9.8 billion) bailout for virus-hit airline Lufthansa.Japan ended its state of emergency everywhere in the country and made reviving the economy its top priority. Singapore is set to unveil a fourth stimulus package.The World Health Organization temporarily halted tests on hydroxychloroquine in its Covid-19 drug trials pending more data because of safety concerns.Key Developments:Virus Tracker: Cases top 5.4 million; deaths over 346,000Singapore economy could contract 7%, most since independenceGermany to take Lufthansa stake in landmark $9.8 billion bailoutVirus is cracking Germany’s defense against unemployment surgeJohnson aide refuses to quit over claim he breached lockdownSubscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg’s Prognosis team here. Click VRUS on the terminal for news and data on the coronavirus. For a look back at this week’s top stories from QuickTake, click here.Latam Airlines Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy (12:11 p.m. HK)Latam Airlines Group SA, Latin America’s largest air carrier, sought bankruptcy court protection in New York after the Covid-19 pandemic grounded flights across the region.The Chapter 11 petition allows Latam to keep operating while the Chilean carrier works out a plan to pay creditors and turn around the business. Latam, whose shareholders include Chile’s Cueto family and Delta Air Lines Inc., continues to operate on a reduced schedule, and it has commitments for a bankruptcy loan of up to $900 million.Hong Kong to Reopen Karaoke Parlors, Resume Airport Transits (10:41 a.m. HK)Hong Kong will further ease social-distancing measures this week as concern over the coronavirus pandemic wanes.Karaoke parlors, bathhouses, party rooms and nightclubs will be allowed to return to business starting this Friday, Chief Executive Carrie Lam said at a regular press briefing. Transit services will gradually resume at the Hong Kong International Airport starting June 1, she said.Philippines Seeks $26 Billion Stimulus (10:03 a.m. HK)The Philippines’ Trade Department wants lawmakers to pass a 1.3 trillion peso ($26 billion) stimulus package that will aid the recovery of industries and workers.Of the total stimulus being discussed at the House of Representatives, about 628 billion pesos is planned for wage subsidies and loans for businesses hit by the lockdown, the Trade Department said in a statement. The remaining half of the proposed package will be used to build facilities for health, education and food security.Saudi Arabia to Ease Lockdown Restrictions: SPA (9:55 a.m. HK)Saudi Arabia said it will begin gradually easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions on May 28, the state-run SPA reported, citing the interior ministry.In the first phase May 28-30, travel is allowed in and between cities from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., except for Mecca and Medina. Malls and stores should be open during that time with social-distancing considerations.China Reports 7 New Cases, All From Abroad (8:29 a.m. HK)China reported seven additional coronavirus cases by the end of May 25, with all of them from abroad, according to a statement from the National Health Commission. Of the seven cases, five were reported in Inner Mongolia.The country also reported 29 asymptomatic cases, with one of them from abroad. It had no coronavirus deaths for May 25.Singapore Slashes Growth Target With 7% Contraction Possible (8:01 a.m. HK)Singapore’s economy will probably contract 4% to 7% this year as the coronavirus outbreak and measures to contain it pummel the trade-reliant city state.The government revised its forecast from a previous projection for a contraction of 1% to 4% as the outlook for external demand deteriorates, the Ministry of Trade and Industry said in a statment.“There continues to be a significant degree of uncertainty over the length and severity of the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as the trajectory of the economic recovery, in both the global and Singapore economies,” the MTI said.Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat is set to unveil a fourth stimulus package in Parliament later Tuesday to further counter the economic pain.U.S. Resets Brazil Travel Limit (6:40 a.m. HK)The Trump administration advanced the effective time for limiting the entry of non-U.S. citizens traveling from Brazil, a nation that has the world’s second-most infections. The order will take effect at the end of Tuesday, two days earlier than stated in a proclamation issued Sunday by the White House.Air New Zealand Forecasts Loss (6:30 a.m. HK)Air New Zealand forecast its first full-year loss in 18 years as the pandemic halts travel, grounds aircraft and forces the layoff as many as 4,000 workers.The carrier will post an underlying loss in the year ending June 30 but can’t provide a range, it said Tuesday in Wellington. The airline will post an impairment charge on aircraft of at least NZ$350 million ($213 million), restructuring costs of as much as NZ$160 million and losses on fuel hedges of as much as NZ$105 million, it said.Airlines are reeling from the impact of the pandemic, forcing them to review fleets, routes and spending and seek government help. Germany on Monday offered Deutsche Lufthansa AG a $9.8 billion bailout. Air New Zealand agreed a NZ$900 million debt facility with the government in March.U.S. Says 200 Million Tests Possible (5:55 p.m. NY)The Trump administration said sufficient quantities of Abbott Laboratories’ ID NOW Covid-19 test and Quidel Corp.’s Sofia 2 instruments exist to support 200 million U.S. tests per month.The Department of Health and Human Services, in a report to Congress, said 18,000 ID NOW devices and 20,000 Quidel instruments are available to states. The U.S. also is buying 100 million swabs and 100 million tubes of viral transport media to help states meet testing goals.“This large-scale acquisition reflects a significant expansion of current capacity,” according to the report, and reflects use of the Defense Production Act to increase swab manufacturing.Minneapolis Mayor Worried by Church Rules (5:30 p.m. NY)Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said he is concerned by Minnesota state guidelines taking effect on Wednesday that let churches resume services, with limits on attendance and requirements to follow social-distancing measures.“A move up to 25% capacity and up to 250 people in places of worship is a recipe in Minneapolis for a public health disaster,” Frey said Monday on CNN. “That is not the route that we can or should be going on right now.”Novavax Starts Vaccine Study (4:35 p.m. NY)Novavax Inc. began human testing of its coronavirus vaccine candidate and anticipates providing a first look in July at what sort of immune responses are generated.In the first phase, 130 healthy adult volunteers at two sites in Australia will get two doses of NVX-CoV2373, the biotech’s experimental vaccine. If initial results look promising, the company plans to quickly move into the second phase -- expand testing to other countries and age groups outside of 18 to 59.The Gaithersburg, Maryland-based company is one of about 10 that are testing vaccines, according to the World Health Organization. Moderna Inc. reported the first Covid-19 vaccine results in humans last week.U.S. Cases Rose 1.3%, Less Than Week’s Average (4 p.m. NY)U.S. cases increased 1.3% from the same time Sunday to 1.65 million, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg News. The increase was below the average daily increase of 1.4% over the past week, and has the same for three days.Deaths rose less than 1% to 97,948 from 97,424 -- the smallest one-day increase in more than a week.California Sets Church Limits (3:45 p.m. NY)California will limit attendance in houses of worship to 25% of building capacity or 100 people and is discouraging choir singing, group recitations and passing of the collection plate.“Convening in a congregational setting of multiple different households to practice a personal faith carries a relatively higher risk for widespread transmission of the Covid-19 virus, and may result in increased rates of infection, hospitalization, and death, especially among more vulnerable populations,” according to the guidance.The state is also discouraging potlucks or similar family-style eating and drinking events that increase the risk of cross contamination.England to Reopen Showrooms, Stores (2:50 p.m. NY)England’s outdoor markets and car showrooms can reopen from June 1, as soon as they can meet guidelines to protect shoppers and workers, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said as he urged the public to spend money in stores when the curbs are lifted.All other non-essential outlets including shops selling clothes, shoes, toys, furniture, books and electronics, plus tailors, auction houses, photography studios and indoor markets, are on track to reopen June 15 if the government can control the spread of the virus, Johnson told a daily news conference. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are on a different timetable determined by local administrations.U.K. cases rose to 261,184. The government reported 121 new deaths, up from 118 a day earlier, bringing the total to 36,914.Dubai to Ease Limits Wednesday (2:20 p.m. NY)The emirate of Dubai will resume economic activities and ease lockdown restrictions starting Wednesday, the emirate’s media office said in a statement.Travel will be allowed from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. local time. The airport will operate only for residents leaving Dubai, some clinics will reopen and elective surgeries that take up to 2 1/2 hours will be allowed, the statement said.Training academies, indoor sport venues, gyms and movie theaters will be open with social distancing in place.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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    Amid the COVID-19 crisis and the looming economic recession, the Pet Foods market worldwide will grow by a projected US$20.4 Billion, during the analysis period

    New York, May 26, 2020 -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Global Pet Foods Industry" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p097833/?utm_source=GNW An unusual.

  • Sansiri puts customers' health and safety first with convenient services, solutions and promotions in defiance of the pandemic, posting record sales of US$340 million in Q1 2020
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    Sansiri puts customers' health and safety first with convenient services, solutions and promotions in defiance of the pandemic, posting record sales of US$340 million in Q1 2020

    Sansiri Public Company Limited, Thailand's leading full-service real estate developer, has been in the forefront of putting the safety of its employees, customers, partners and community first since the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak. Thanks to "Sansiri Care", the company's commitment to providing the best customer care is vital to Sansiri's success. Priding itself on customer trust, the company has performed exceptionally well, with record-breaking sales of US$340 million (Bt11 billion) in Q1 of 2020, up 70% YoY from 2019.

  • In land of big data, China sets individual privacy rights

    In land of big data, China sets individual privacy rights

    China is poised to enshrine individuals' rights to privacy and personal data for the first time, a symbolic first step as more of the country of 1.4 billion people becomes digitised - and more vulnerable to leaks and hacks. The legislation is part of China's first civil code, a sweeping package of laws that is being deliberated during the annual meeting of parliament, which began on Friday after a delay of more than two months due to the coronavirus. According to a recent draft, an individual has a right to privacy and to have their personal information protected.

  • Food Delivery Giant Meituan’s Sales Beat Estimates

    Food Delivery Giant Meituan’s Sales Beat Estimates

    (Bloomberg) -- Meituan Dianping’s shares soared after it reported a smaller than expected 13% slide in revenue that drove hopes the world’s largest meal delivery business is starting to recover as China emerges from Covid-19 lockdowns.Its shares climbed as much as 9.7%, extending strong gains since China began to return to normal in mid-March and propelling Meituan’s market value to more than $100 billion. That surge came after Meituan reported better-than-expected sales of 16.8 billion yuan ($2.4 billion) in the three months ended March. Morgan Stanley and CICC were among the brokerages that lifted their targets on Meituan, citing resilience across business lines and easing competition.Backed by Tencent Holdings Ltd., Meituan’s sprawling services from food delivery to in-store dining and hotel booking were among the most vulnerable to nationwide shutdowns. But its businesses had begun to climb out of the trough, offsetting severe slumps in areas such as hotels, executives told analysts on a Monday conference call. As of March’s final week, more than 70% of restaurants surveyed had recovered more than half their normal order volumes, while 30% had exceeded pre-pandemic levels, Chief Executive Officer Wang Xing said.“COVID-19 had a negative impact on Meituan but results beat on top-line and bottom line by a wide margin,” Bernstein analysts led by David Dai wrote. In food delivery, the “long run potential is still there and the profitability level can be much higher” after the company pushes advertising, they added.Longer term, the internet services giant will have to grapple with China’s worsening economy, which may further dent consumer spending. Subsidies and measures to help restaurants and merchants during the outbreak will again pressure profitability in the June quarter, executives said.Meituan reported a lower-than-projected net loss of 1.58 billion yuan, but that was after three successive quarters of profit.“Looking into the next three quarters, we believe there will still be challenges as there are still uncertainties and potential downside from the ongoing evolution of the COVID-19 situation,” Wang said on the call. “Meanwhile, a large number of local service merchants are still struggling for survival. Short-term profitability is not our top priority.”What Bloomberg Intelligence SaysMeituan’s near-term growth may weaken as its in-store dining, hotel and travel businesses take time to fully recover from China’s coronavirus outbreak. Operating efficiency will likely improve in the longer term as the company expands its market-leading scale and competition with Alibaba moderates. Broadening service categories and providing technology solutions for merchants will aid sales and profit growth.\- Vey-Sern Ling and Tiffany Tam, analystsClick here for the research.Before the outbreak, Meituan had pushed aggressively into adjacent arenas from online travel to ride-hailing. While revenue from the business that encompasses hotels and travel plunged 31% plunge during the March quarter, Meituan’s much smaller new initiatives segment -- which includes bike- and car-hailing -- grew sales 4.9%, aided by the launch of a new grocery delivery service. Hotels remained hardest-hit: in the week of May 11, domestic room nights were at about 70% pre-pandemic levels.While Meituan is expanding offerings to sell things like handsets and farm produce, rivals including Ant Group and SF Express, both backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., are elbowing their way into Meituan’s core takeout business. Alibaba’s food-delivery arm Ele.me is also engaging in a subsidy battle with the startup for market leadership.(Updates with target increases by brokerages in second paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Three Things You Should Check Before Buying B&S Group S.A. (AMS:BSGR) For Its Dividend
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    Three Things You Should Check Before Buying B&S Group S.A. (AMS:BSGR) For Its Dividend

    Dividend paying stocks like B&S Group S.A. (AMS:BSGR) tend to be popular with investors, and for good reason - some...

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    Edited Transcript of ACAD.ST earnings conference call or presentation 5-May-20 7:30am GMT

    Nine Months 2020 AcadeMedia AB Earnings Call

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