Day: May 2, 2021

Business

Stock futures rise slightly ahead of the first trading day in May

New York Stock Exchange Traders Source: NYSE On Sunday, US equity futures rose overnight as investors braced for the first day of trading in May. Dow futures rose 85 points. S&P 500 futures gained 0.34 and Nasdaq 100 futures gained 0.28%. Monday marks the first trading day in May. Despite stock weakness on Friday, the […]

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Powerful non-tech rotation could begin this month: Wells Fargo

Chris Harvey of Wells Fargo Securities calls Big Tech’s recent outperformance “false.” In a recent note to investors, he wrote that economically sensitive groups will overtake growth as the primary market driver, and the powerful rotation could take place as early as this month. He therefore urges investors overweighted in Big Tech to abandon market […]

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Lewis Hamilton wins Portuguese Grand Prix and takes 97th career victory

Hamilton had slipped to third place after a Safety Car restart caused by Alfa Romeo’s Kimi Raikkonen collided with Antonio Giovinazzi’s left rear wheel on lap seven. But Hamilton, 36, passed Verstappen on lap 11, eventually passing Bottas, who had started on pole, to take the lead nine laps later. Once he took the lead […]

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Diego Maradona was in agony for 12 hours before his death, his treatment “reckless and indifferent”, the Argentinian medical council said.

The great Argentine footballer “had not fully used his mental faculties” and could have had “a better chance of survival” if he had been admitted to a health establishment, concluded the medical commission in its report, which will become of part of the judicial inquiry into this death, the prosecutor in charge of the case […]

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Diego Maradona was in agony for 12 hours before his death, his treatment “reckless and indifferent”, the Argentinian medical council said.

The great Argentine footballer “had not fully used his mental faculties” and could have had “a better chance of survival” if he had been admitted to a health establishment, concluded the medical commission in its report, which will become of part of the judicial inquiry into this death, the prosecutor in charge of the case […]

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Business

US discusses wider distribution, India calls for waiver of patent protection

Ground personnel unload U.S. coronavirus disease (COVID-19) relief supplies at the cargo terminal at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, India on April 30, 2021. Prakash Singh | Reuters WASHINGTON – White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain said on Sunday that the Biden administration was seeking to distribute the coronavirus vaccine in India […]

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Serie A: Inter Milan win the first Scudetto since 2010

On Saturday, goals from Christian Eriksen and Achraf Hakimi gave Inter a 2-0 win over Crotone, a victory that put Antonio Conte up 14 points ahead of Atalanta on Saturday. Atalanta’s 1-1 draw Sassuolo saw Inter claim the title with four games of the season to go, with their Scudetto success breaking Juventus’ grip on […]

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Manchester United fans protest against US owners ahead of Liverpool game

Many Manchester United supporters are unhappy with the failure of the club’s attempt to join the European Super League last month. The Glazer family, who also own the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, run the club. “After the security breach at Old Trafford, we can confirm that the Manchester United game against Liverpool will not start […]

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Manchester United fans protest against US owners ahead of Liverpool game

Many Manchester United fans are unhappy with the club’s failed attempt to join the European Super League last month. The Glazer family, who also own the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, run the club. “After the security breach at Old Trafford, we can confirm that the Manchester United game against Liverpool will not start at 4.30pm […]

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2021 Wisden Almanack: English cricket criticized for stopping on his knees amid fight against racism

Wisden Cricketers’ Almanac editor-in-chief Lawrence Booth wrote in his notes for the 2021 edition of the book that the sport has “lost its temper” over time. The England and West Indies cricket teams both knelt down on July 8 last year following the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in […]

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