The bank pointed to the increased likelihood of a vaccine being introduced in the coming months, as well as its outlook for higher 10-year Treasury yields, which hit the highest since March on the first Pfizer announcement. Over the weekend, the head of the U.S. federal government’s program to accelerate a vaccine said shots against Covid-19 will “hopefully” start in less than three weeks. … [Read more...] about Gold’s big question: Can the bull market outlive a pandemic?
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Dining in style For a timeless dining table, Habitat's Celia in oak or walnut carries a £300 discount, to £595, from November 26 to 30. And why not upgrade dining chairs, with The Conran Shop and Heal's offering six for the price of five, including Vitra and Fritz Hansen chairs. … [Read more...] about Fancy a new dining table or sofa this Christmas? Refresh your home with these Black Friday furniture bargains
“Today’s vaccine news is positive, but it is only partly responsible for the rally in stock markets this morning, which is also being driven by the news that the US hopes to start the vaccination program in under three weeks,” said Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec in London. … [Read more...] about Vaccine progress drives European stocks higher, dollar still sickly
Hardware: Watch SE is twice as fast When it first launched, Apple sold a model of the Watch Series 3 that had cellular connectivity. But the company doesn't sell those variants anymore and if you want one, you'll have to get it refurbished and from a third-party seller. As the newer device, Apple stocks both versions of the Watch SE. Cellular models are more expensive than the base Wi-Fi only watches, but having LTE allows you to use the device without tethering to a phone or a Wi-Fi network. This is useful when you want to leave your handset behind during a workout, but don't want to lose key functions like making calls (including international emergency calls) or connecting to apps. … [Read more...] about Apple Watch SE isn’t as cheap as the Series 3. So how do you decide which to buy?
Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung on May 9 tipped that, at the upcoming event, the city will issue investment licenses for some 100 projects. Among them, domestic investors are expected invest nearly VND330 trillion (US$14.28 billion), including 26 social housing projects worth VND72 trillion (US$3.11 billion) for low-income buyers. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JUNE 13