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Travelers in England were packing their bags, bartenders were polishing their glasses and performers were warming up as Britain prepared Sunday for a major step out of lockdown — but with clouds of worry on the horizon. Excitement at the reopening of travel and hospitality vied with anxiety that a more contagious virus variant first found in India is spreading fast and could delay further plans to reopen. Cases of the variant have more than doubled in a week in the U.K., defying a sharp nationwide downward trend in infections and deaths won by hard-earned months of restrictions and a rapid vaccination campaign.
The Health Secretary said it is ‘appropriate’ to push on with the major easing of lockdown in England.
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Shopify (NYSE: SHOP) has been on a tear as online shopping has experienced significant tailwinds during the coronavirus pandemic. On a Fool Live episode recorded on April 28, Fool contributor Brian Stoffel discusses the most recent results and how Square's merchants are driving even more growth for the e-commerce platform. Brian Stoffel: First stock that we're going to talk about is Shopify.
DocuSign (NASDAQ: DOCU) has been one of the companies that have benefited from a move to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gathering signatures on paper documents wasn't just inconvenient; it became nearly impossible. On a Fool Live episode recorded on April 28, Fool contributors Brian Feroldi and Brian Withers go over the latest quarterly results and discuss whether this disrupter could be disrupted by another technology.
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Il motomondiale si arricchisce di una partnership all'insegna dell'innovazione e della tecnologia. Pramac Racing ha annunciato un nuovo accordo con Yahoo che diventa Main Sponsor del Team e sarà il primo Title Sponsor di Pramac Racing nel campionato E-sport a cominciare dalla stagione 2021. Il logo Yahoo sarà presente sulla carena della Ducati di Johann Zarco e Jorge Martín, sulle tute dei piloti e nel box a partire dallo storico circuito di Le Mans. Yahoo connette milioni di persone alle loro passioni in tutto il mondo attraverso contenuti innovativi e offre soluzioni tecnologiche pubblicitarie premium su: Yahoo News, Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Finance e altri strumenti di comunicazione come Yahoo Mail e Yahoo Search che aiutano le persone nell’organizzazione delle proprie attività. L’accordo è stato mediato dal team internazionale di partnership strategiche diVerizon Media, il team italiano di Havas Sport & Entertainment, specialisti di marketing sportivo e parte del Havas Media Group, creando un’emozionante partnership globale. "È per noi motivo di grande orgoglio poter annunciare che Yahoo sarà Main Sponsor di Pramac Racing e Title Sponsor del Team E-sport -ha affermato Paolo Campinoti, Team Principal Pramac Racing-. Crediamo che l’approccio tecnologico della MotoGP incontri perfettamente la visione di Pramac e Yahoo. La connessione tra le persone e la tecnologia è la chiave non solo per la sinergia con il Campionato di MotoGP ma anche per una partnership duratura". Sulla nuova partnership si è espressa così Kristiana Carlet, VP International Sales di Verizon Media: “Il MotoGP è uno tra gli sport più appassionanti al mondo, con piloti e team all’apice dello sviluppo tecnologico. Yahoo prosegue con la sua strategia di innovazione attraverso contenuti ed esperienze di nuova generazione e questa partnership con PRAMAC è un’incredibile opportunità per Yahoo per continuare a connettere i consumatori con le loro passioni e reinventare il futuro insieme”. “Questa partnership globale di Pramac con un marchio internazionale come Yahoo segna un altro importante risultato per il nostro obiettivo: continuare a fare la differenza per i marchi, le imprese e le persone -ha concluso Stefano Spadini, CEO Havas Media Group-. Ancora una volta con il nostro team di Havas Sports & Entertainment abbiamo unito i valori di due importanti realtà: quelli di Pramac e Yahoo, che fanno dell’innovazione e del potere delle emozioni leve decisive per coinvolgere il proprio pubblico. Questo diventa ancora più prezioso quando le sponsorizzazioni riflettono in modo coerente e convincente marchi e sponsor. Noi continuiamo a crescere e lo facciamo insieme ai nostri clienti e partner".
Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), the parent company of King Digital, Activision, and Blizzard Entertainment, reported its first-quarter earnings last week and shattered expectations. Gaming across new systems has seen major growth over recent years with mobile now emerging as the largest gaming market globally.
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An improving economy and rising inflation are likely to pull rates higher before long.
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Caroline Atkinson opened the Dairy Rose Coffee House at the start of the first lockdown and it has survived with family help and local support.
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They're a bad memory for Americans old enough to remember the 1970s - but they're also likely causing a few sleepless nights in the White House, as the United States' economic recovery from the unprecedented coronavirus recession hits some bumps. The jolts are dampening consumer confidence, ramping up inflation fears, and helping Republicans build their case against President Joe Biden and his ambitious plans to revamp the U.S. economy with trillions in new spending. As the 1970s show, high joblessness and rising prices the United States saw in April can be a potent political force.
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(Bloomberg) -- Abu Dhabi’s main stock index rose to a record, even amid heightened tensions in the region, as the benchmark’s biggest member surged on hopes of foreign inflows.The ADX General Index climbed 3.5% at the close on Sunday, after earlier gaining as much as 3.8%, boosted by gains for First Abu Dhabi Bank PJSC, the biggest lender in the United Arab Emirates. The stock surged 10%, the biggest jump in more than a year, ending at the highest level since July 2019. MSCI Inc. last week announced a quarterly review that could trigger about $500 million in flows from abroad to the lender, according to Arqaam Capital.Shares in Oman also gained while those in Dubai slid. Stock markets in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Egypt and Israel were closed for holidays.The rally in Abu Dhabi came despite rising tensions in the Middle East as clashes between Israelis and Palestinians escalated. Israel’s benchmark TA-35 index fell 0.5% last week and the broader TA-125 declined 0.6%, the first weekly retreat since March 25.The Palestine Stock Exchange Al Quds Index closed 0.1% lower Sunday, paring this year’s gain to 4.1%. The market was closed for most of last week due to a holiday, when clashes increased.Positive earnings that have beaten expectations for some companies in the UAE are offsetting geopolitical risk for now, according to Joice Mathew, the head of equity research at United Securities in Muscat.“Geopolitics risk is back into the regional markets,” he said, adding that markets should reflect that as trading resumes this week.Israel Bombs Home of Gaza’s Top Hamas Leader: APMIDDLE EASTERN MARKETS:Dubai’s DFM General Index falls 1.2%, the biggest drop since March 22Emirates NBD -2%; Emaar Properties -2.5%; Du -1.6%Damac Properties drops 2.4%, most since April 21 after reporting resultsWhile contracted sales recover, “the reported numbers were weak, with revenue hitting its all-time low, likely a reflection of weak construction activity, as most projects approach completion,” CI Capital analysts Sara Boutros and Marlene Milad write in a noteOman’s MSM 30 Index rises 0.2%Last week, the U.S.-listed BlueStar Israel Technology ETF lost 4.9%, down for the third consecutive week, and the iShares MSCI Israel ETF retreated 3.6%.FINANCIAL RESULTS:Aldar (ALDAR UH) 1Q Profit 544m Dirhams, +80% Y/y; Est. 415.5mAldar Considering More Deals in Egypt Real Estate: CEODamac (DAMAC UH) 1Q Loss 189.6m Dirhams, +79% y/y, Est. 100m LossUnion Properties (UPP) 5.55m Dirhams vs 121.9m LossAmanat Holdings (AMANAT UH) 1Q Profit 31.5m Dirhams vs 5.74mAmlak Finance (AMLAK UH) 1Q Profit 6m Dirhams vs 139m LossGFH Financial Group (GFH UH) 1Q Profit $16.1m vs $5.08mOman Telecom (OTEL OM) 1Q Profit 56m Rials vs 62.5m Rials(Updates with closing prices.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has hailed Chelsea's N'Golo Kante as "the most beloved player in the history of football." Kante, along with Pogba, is considered among the best midfielders in the game, and the pair were key to France's World Cup success in 2018. The 30-year-old is among a small selection of player to have won the Premier League with two different clubs and Pogna says Kante's "cunning" is key, even if he does cheat elsewhere.