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ESL Proofreading Pros Oct 16
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Language_Garage Oct 20
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. predicts that more venture capital-backed tech firms will opt for direct listings over IPOs. Great insights, as long as you don't mind the the bad jokes and profanity.
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Succeed English Education Oct 15
SUCCEED English Education is available for online interactive one-on-one English lessons online. Our lessons are tailor made especially to you. We look forward to helping you with your English skills! .
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 19
"The Nasdaq rose almost 7x from 1995 to its peak in March 2000. And the Nasdaq lost 78% of its value by October." A timely piece from the always insightful and irreverent
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 15
"Nikola’s Stock Fizzles After Hype-Fueled Summer" (WSJ) "Fizzle (out)" means to make a feeble hissing or spluttering sound; to fail or end feebly especially after a promising start. From late Middle English for "break wind quietly."
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 20
"Peloton Bike+ Review: Rationalizing a $2,495 Exercise Bike" (WSJ headline) "Rationalize" means to attempt to explain or justify (one's own or another's behavior or attitude) with logical, plausible reasons, even if these are not true or appropriate.
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 14
Johnson & Johnson Q3'20 sales +1.7% to $21.1 bln, adj. earnings +3.5% to $5.9 bln. Results driven by largest & highest-margin segment, Pharmaceuticals. JNJ -2.3% yesterday after temporary halt in Covid-19 vaccine trial overshadowed solid earnings report.
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 19
"Black Monday" occurred on Oct. 19, 1987, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) lost almost 22% in a single day. "Moral hazard" refers to the lack of incentive to guard against risk where one is protected from its consequences, e.g. by insurance.
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Language_Garage Oct 17
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 14
BlackRock +3.9% yesterday after its Q3'20 earnings report showed strong inflows into both active & passive investment strategies. Q3 net inflows were $129 bln, and AUM reached $7.81 trillion (+12% YOY). Revenue +18% to $4.4 bln, profit +22% to $1.4 bln.
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Kaylin English Teacher Oct 21
Superiority /suːˌpɪəriˈɒrəti/ (noun) Meaning: the quality of being better than other things; the opinion that you are better than other people Example Sentence: There is an air of superiority about them.
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 20
"Auto Makers Grapple With Battery-Fire Risks in Electric Vehicles" (WSJ headline) "Grapple" means to engage in a close fight or struggle without weapons; wrestle; to begin to understand or deal with something in a direct or effective way.
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Kaylin English Teacher Oct 21
Superior /suːˈpɪəriər/ (adjective) Meaning: better than other things Example Sentence: Humans are superior to animals.
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 14
"Wells Fargo Profit Slumps on Severance, Remediation Charges" (Bloomberg headline) "Slump" means to fall or sink suddenly; to assume a drooping posture. From late 17th century, probably imitative and related to Norwegian "slumpe" "to fall".
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 20
"A lot of people think rates go up because the economy is getting better. They can also go up because you have inflation. And that would be very problematic for the stock market..." Takeaway vocab: - core PCE - throw cold water on - pump-priming
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 15
"SOFR is intended to replace dollar Libor, which still underpins hundreds of trillions of dollars of assets such as mortgages in the U.S. and syndicated loans in Asia." Takeaway vocab: - vanilla swap - basis swap - to ditch
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Financial Markets English LLC Oct 15
"Biden Tiptoes on 'Court Packing' to Avoid Eroding Lead in Polls" (Bloomberg headline) "Tiptoe" means to to walk or proceed quietly or cautiously on or as if on tiptoe; carefully avoid discussing or dealing with (a difficult or sensitive subject).
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SoundsGreatEnglish Oct 21
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ESL Proofreading Pros Oct 15
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