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Archives for September 1, 2020

A rotation in the stock market has already started — and 4 sectors are poised to benefit, Leuthold strategy chief Jim Paulsen says

By Emily Graffeo From Business Insider Leuthold’s Jim Paulsen told CNBC he’s already seeing a rotation into cyclical stocks, and industrials, financials, energy, and small-caps are four areas poised to benefit.  The chief investment strategist said many cyclical stocks have done well since the S&P 500’s lows in March.  Investors don’t need to go to […]

Notable figures around the world who are believed to have died of the coronavirus

By Joey Hadden, Rosie Perper, Lauren Frias, and Debanjali Bose From Business Insider The coronavirus has led to over 800,000 deaths worldwide, including some celebrities and public figures. Prominent figures like Nick Cordero and Herman Cain have died from illnesses related to the virus. Here are all the celebrities and notable people believed to have died of illnesses related to the coronavirus. […]

They accuse Shakira of evading taxes in Spain, more than 4 years and millions of euros

By Linda Hopkins From Sunriseread A file carried out by an inspector from Spain, Susana C, is being disclosed, which seeks to expose Shakira, because he assures that for several years he has been evading taxes. That’s right, the file reflects that the singer of Barranquilla, Shakira She has been evading taxes for more than four years adding 14.5 million […]

Pasadena’s expensive home

Pasadena’s most expensive home just hit the market — here’s a look at the palatial estate By Melissa Wiley From Business Insider A palatial estate in Pasadena, California, is asking $39.8 million, making it the area’s most expensive listing on the market, the Los Angeles Times reports. The 4.5-acre, gated property features lavish gardens as well as a […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Testing Update 1 September 2020 – NO new positives

The Medical Officer of Health, Dr Samuel Williams-Rodriguez, reports 105 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Monday, 31 August. All were negative. There are currently no active cases of COVID-19 in the Cayman Islands. The total number of people in isolation, either at a government facility or in their […]

Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Tuesday 1-September-2020

By Dr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP September 1, 2020Today’s topics: No major news today so just headlines. COVID-19 HEADLINES FOR TODAY World Wide Updates Covid-hit Spain had 75% fewer tourists in July compared to a year agoInternational Air Transport Association proposes coronavirus testing for passengers at airportsCovid-19 sufferers in Syria wait for others to […]

The color of political governance in Jamaica: Choosing between a rock and a hard place:

By R.D. Miller The election bag: Economic pressure, unanswered promises, growing or shrinking economy, high or low unemployment, climate change, economic mobility, stagnation, who is less or more corrupted; high, low crime, how many murdered under what party, prosperity, poverty, a widening gap between the have vs. have-nots, high or reduced taxes, COVID-19 Pandemic, accountability […]

The UWI Open Campus launched Student Entrepreneurial Competition on climate change

Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal. Tuesday, September 1, 2020 – The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Open Campus recently launched its inaugural Student Entrepreneurial Competition on Climate Change. The competition was launched at a joint Webinar between ACCA and The UWI Open Campus entitled Investing in the future: business and finance […]

Cayman: Police carry-out operation in Kaibo and Rum Point area

From RCIPS Sep 1 2020 Concerns from the community regarding drug activity and other anti-social behaviour has lead the RCIPS to organize a joint operation in the Kaibo and Rum Point area of North Side, which took place yesterday, Sunday 30 August.  Officers from various units including the K-9 Unit, Air Operations Unit, Firearms Response […]

Cayman: Work being carried out on Miss Lassie’s Home

1 September 2020 – Mind’s Eye, the historic home of Caymanian visionary artist Gladwyn “Miss Lassie” Bush, is currently undergoing some maintenance, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) has advised. Specifically, the wooden windows and doors of the main house have been temporarily removed for re-colouring and are expected to be back in place later […]