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Google Business NewsJul 06, 2020
Kamaru Usman vs. Jorge Masvidal set as main event at UFC 251 - ESPN
Kamaru Usman vs. Jorge Masvidal set as main event at UFC 251  ESPN"I Dont Believe That" - Alexander Volkanovski Responds to Max Holloway's Bizarre Claims  Essentially SportsUFC 251 appears to get long-awaited fight between top competitors: report  Fox News

Google Business NewsJul 05, 2020
Buffett's Berkshire Buys Dominion Natural Gas Assets For $10 Billion - Investopedia
Buffett's Berkshire Buys Dominion Natural Gas Assets For $10 Billion  InvestopediaBerkshire Buys Dominion Gas Assets in $9.7 Billion Deal  Bloomberg Markets and FinanceUS Utility Giant Kills Pipeline, Sells Assets to Berkshire  MSN MoneyWarren Buffett Finally Makes a Deal. Cue the Fireworks?  BloombergBuffett Makes First Major Pandemic Purchase  Morning Brew

Yahoo BusinessJul 05, 2020
JPMorgan Says Global Liquidity Surge to Boost Stocks and Bonds
(Bloomberg) -- Extremely loose monetary policy will be required for a long time to support growing debt levels worldwide, buoying liquidity along with global equity and bond prices, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co."More debt, more liquidity, more asset reflation," was the conclusion strategists including Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, who forecast a $16 trillion increase in worldwide debt this year that would push the combination of private and public sector borrowing to a record high $200 trillion by year-end.That will lead to higher savings rates, very accommodative central bank policies and more cash in the system -- the bulk of which may find its way into the global stock market, they wrote in a note Friday."Elevated cash holdings create a strong background support for non-cash assets such as bonds and equities," the strategists wrote. Given the current low level of bond yields, "most of this liquidity will eventually be deployed into equities as the need for precautionary savings subsides over time."The increase in global liquidity during the coronavirus crisis has happened at a much swifter pace that during the 2008 downturn, according to JPMorgan. Total money creation could exceed $15 trillion or more by the middle of next year as quantitative easing continues at a stronger-than-normal level, the strategists wrote.In the U.S., M2 money supply has risen $3 trillion so far this year to $18.4 trillion, according to Federal Reserve data compiled by Bloomberg.For more articles like this, please v

Forbes HeadlinesJul 05, 2020
U.K. Set To Ban Huawei From 5G Network In Major U-Turn
The U. K. could cut Huawei out of the country's 5G infrastructure by the end of the year after GCHQ concluded that the risk posed by the company could no longer be managed.
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