China’s manufacturing activity has started to increase as the coronavirus epidemic wanes, after the country abandoned its suppression strategy that severely disrupted the economy with a series of city lockdowns. Read more at Reuters
The killer went on the rampage in November 2020, killing four and wounding many others.
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NHS says Sunday 12 February is last day this age group can attend a site for their primary vaccinationsPeople in England aged 49 and younger are being urged to come forward for their free Covid booster if they have not yet received a full set of jabs.The NHS … Read more at The Guardian
For the fourth year in a row, the COVID-19 pandemic will prevent the LPGA from playing a tournament in China.
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Moderna’s mRNA COVID-19 vaccine does not alter human DNA or add a third strand to people’s DNA, as claimed in a video circulating on social media and viewed more than 400,000 times on Twitter. Read more at Reuters
Amgen Inc (AMGN.O) on Tuesday said its fourth-quarter revenue fell slightly as a 4% increase in sales of its own drugs was offset by lower revenue from its deal to manufacture COVID-19 ant… Read more at Reuters
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Thursday that Roberto Perli will next month become the manager of its massive portfolio of securities and cash as the central bank presses forward with its efforts to shed bonds. Read more at Reuters
WHO's treaty on pandemic prevention and preparedness provides a "glimmer of hope" and pushes for more equitable solutions, one policy expert says. Read more at MarketWatch
The Bank of England is poised to raise interest rates for the 10th time in a row on Thursday to keep up its fight against rampant inflation, but it might also drop a hint about when the steep climb in borrowing costs will end. Read more at Reuters
Readers respond to a piece by George Monbiot in which he discusses mask-wearing, clean air and empathyIt is rare for me to disagree with George Monbiot, but I must do so when he suggests that all those who wish to taper off some of the Covid restrictions are … Read more at The Guardian
The announcement comes as other health experts see a pivotal point in the pandemic.
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The daytime CBS show has been running for over two decades and has received criticism over the years.
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Bank of England raises borrowing costs to 4%, hints rates near peak Reuters
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Federal Reserve officials believe their effort to shrink the U.S. central bank's bond holdings is far from done, pushing back against some economists' idea that dwindling financial sector liquidity would bring the drawdown to a close in coming months. Read more at Reuters
Late-night hosts discuss Biden’s plan to end Covid emergency declarations in May, George Santos’s spiraling scandals and more legal woes for TrumpJoe Biden announced on Monday that he will end the twin national emergencies to address the Covid-19 pandemic in … Read more at The Guardian
Students seem to be more anxious and less confident since the coronavirus hit.
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Buying dipped during the coronavirus pandemic but accelerated in the second half of 2022, with central banks purchasing 862 tonnes between July and December, according to the WGC. Read more at The Times of India
The outlook for the global economy is growing slightly brighter as China eases its zero-COVID policies and the world shows resilience in the face of high inflation Read more at Time
The ex-president is daring Republican challengers to make the first move – and some are preparing to attackThe starting gun has been fired and the race for the White House is under way. But in Iowa, where the first-in-the-nation Republican caucuses are just a… Read more at The Guardian
Novavax shares sank 93% last year.
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