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Top Research Reports for Facebook, Novo Nordisk & SAP

The Zacks Research Daily presents the best research output of our analyst team. Today's Research Daily features new research reports on 16 major stocks, including Facebook (FB), Novo Nordisk (NVO) and SAP SE (SAP). These research reports have been hand-picked from the roughly 70 reports published by our analyst team today. Facebook shares have outperformed the S&P 500 over the past year (+26.3% vs. +19.7%) on the back of steady user growth across all regions, particularly Asia Pacific. Increased engagement for

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Top Research Reports for Facebook, Novo Nordisk & SAP

There's a New "Short Burn of the Century"

Read MoreHide Full Article GameStop (GME - Free Report) shares continued their incredible rally on Wednesday, hitting an intraday high of $380/share in events that have taken the title of the “short squeeze of the century” away from Elon Musk and Tesla (TSLA - Free Report) . Musk coined that term to describe what he expected would happen to those who were betting against Tesla as the company was ramping up production of the mass-market Model 3. It was a make-or-break moment for Tesla and the company

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There's a New

HBO Max New Releases, February 2021: What’s Coming & Going

Shutterstock HBO Max is kicking February 2021 off right the only way they know how for its second full month of service… by giving members a huge list of new titles coming to the platform! For fans of the HBO originals, there is great news with a number of new series’ and a new flurry of films coming to the streaming service. For those who do not have a subscription to HBO, HBO Max saves the day with a loaded library of content. HBO Max officially launched on May 27. What new material will be coming your

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HBO Max New Releases, February 2021: What’s Coming & Going

Monterey County Won't Achieve COVID-19 Herd Immunity Via Vaccine Until 2023 at Current Vaccination Rate

Bloomberg Monterey County won't achieve COVID-19 herd immunity via vaccine until September 2023 if the number of vaccine doses it receives per week remains stagnant, the county's public health officer said Tuesday. The county is currently receiving between 2,000 and 4,000 doses per week, health officer Dr. Edward Moreno told the county's Board of Supervisors. Multi-county health care systems like Kaiser Permanente and Dignity Health are not included in that number, he added, as they receive vaccine doses to

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Monterey County Won't Achieve COVID-19 Herd Immunity Via Vaccine Until 2023 at Current Vaccination Rate

On the market: Historic Trumbull home potentially haunted by 'good ghosts'

The antique colonial farmhouse at 420 Tashua Road in Trumbull's Tashua District features more than just 261 years of local history. It also contains 11 rooms and 3,406 square feet of vintage charm, period detailing, intrigue - and perhaps a ghost or two. The David Mallett Jr. House at 420 Tashua Road, Trumbull was built in 1760. The David Mallett Jr. House was built in 1760 before the birth of the United States and the Revolutionary War. It sits on a 1.51-acre level lot across the street from Christ Episcopal

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On the market: Historic Trumbull home potentially haunted by 'good ghosts'

Debate ensues over immigration status, custody of Rosa Jimenez just 1 day after judge calls for her release

Skip to content Rosa Jimenez at the Mountain View Unit in Gatesville (KXAN Photo/Frank Martinez) AUSTIN (KXAN) — One day after she was granted a new hearing that could possibly have led to her release from prison on bond, there are new questions about which agency has custody of Rosa Jimenez, and what’s next in her case. The defense attorneys representing the babysitter, previously found guilty in the death of a child in her care, told KXAN that federal immigration agents picked their client up from prison,

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Debate ensues over immigration status, custody of Rosa Jimenez just 1 day after judge calls for her release

Student Enrollment In SSISD Virtual Academy Down 11 Percent Beginning Of School

Student enrollment in the SSISD Virtual Academy is down about 11 percent after the first week of the third 9-weeks grading period compared to the start of school, according to Sulphur Springs Independent School District Superintendent Mike Lamb. As a whole enrollment at SSISD is down from 4,380 in September 2020 to 4,323 in January 2021. The 2020 counts are below the 4,420 students enrolled in SSISD in 2019, as well. SSISD logo “We just finished our first week of the third 9-weeks, so the update you have there

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Student Enrollment In SSISD Virtual Academy Down 11 Percent Beginning Of School

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Fan Gives Bernie Sanders an Outrageous Makeover

Hirohiko Araki's anime franchise has only been gaining popularity as more fans around the world discover JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and one fan has hilariously brought in an unexpected new character to pose like a Joestar in Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Since appearing at the recent United States Inauguration bundled up in mittens and a heavy jacket, fans across social media have been incorporating the politician into several memes and pieces of fan art that have been shared more times than we can count, with

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Fan Gives Bernie Sanders an Outrageous Makeover

Competitive but not confrontational: JPMorgan researcher on U.S.-China trade under Biden

It's not just the coronavirus pandemic and the economic recovery that President Joe Biden has to contend with in his early days in the White House. After the contentious U.S. relationship with China under President Donald Trump, the new administration has to determine how it will approach thorny issues with the country such as intellectual property and fair trade. "The relationship is going to remain competitive but not as confrontational, and Biden has made it very clear that he wants to return to multilateral

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Competitive but not confrontational: JPMorgan researcher on U.S.-China trade under Biden

Police: 5 vehicles, 1 house hit by gunfire in Stamford

A file photo of Stamford, Conn., police cruisers. STAMFORD — Detectives continue to investigate a shooting where a house and five vehicles were struck by bullets over the weekend, police officials said Wednesday. Several people called 911 shortly after 9 p.m. Jan. 23 to report multiple shots fired in the 20-block of East Walnut Street, according to Capt. Richard Conklin. Responding officers found a crime scene in the area and recovered multiple shell casings, but no victims. “We were lucky that nobody got

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Police: 5 vehicles, 1 house hit by gunfire in Stamford

Letter to the Editor: Of course it's constitutional

Most Americans have no clue that we almost lost our democracy. The bloody terrorist attack on the US Capitol was an attempt to overthrow the democratic government of the United States of America. It would be no different if a foreign country, like Russia or North Korea, stormed Washington DC and assassinated the VP, the Speaker, and other Congress members, and declared the USA as theirs as this is exactly what the Republicans tried to do. Let us never forget that, on January 6th, 2021, the Republican President,

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Letter to the Editor: Of course it's constitutional

Census data for congressional seats still months away

FILE - This April 5, 2020, file photo shows an envelope containing a 2020 census letter mailed to a U.S. resident in Detroit. The Supreme Court’s decision to allow the Trump administration to end the 2020 census was another case of whiplash for the census, which has faced stops from the pandemic, natural disasters and court rulings. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File) The numbers used for divvying up U.S. congressional seats among the states won’t be ready until the end of April, a Census Bureau official said Wednesday.

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Census data for congressional seats still months away

Census data for congressional seats still months away

FILE - This April 5, 2020, file photo shows an envelope containing a 2020 census letter mailed to a U.S. resident in Detroit. The Supreme Courts decision to allow the Trump administration to end the 2020 census was another case of whiplash for the census, which has faced stops from the pandemic, natural disasters and court rulings. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File) (Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved) The numbers used for divvying up U.S. congressional seats among the states won’t be ready

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Census data for congressional seats still months away

‘We Were Never Close Friends’ – Gilbert Burns Breaks Down His Relationship With Kamaru Usman

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - MAY 29: Gilbert Burns of Brazil poses on the scale during the UFC weigh-in at UFC APEX on May 29, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC) After multiple re-bookings, Gilbert Burns and Kamaru Usman will hopefully collide inside the Octagon at UFC 258. What makes the pairing between the two interesting is that the two have spent countless hours in the gym with each other. Therefore, they are well aware of the strengths and weaknesses of each other. However, despite being

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‘We Were Never Close Friends’ – Gilbert Burns Breaks Down His Relationship With Kamaru Usman

PlayStation Plus Games for February 2021 Revealed

Losing Control? PlayStation Plus has been adding a balance of brand new PS5 games and established PS4 games for quite a while. Truthfully, I feel like every month has seen at least one big PS4 game – like this month’s Shadow of the Tomb Raider – and it looks like February is going to carry on with that same level, with one of 2019’s weirdest hits being among the free games. The games are: Control – An action-adventure by Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment, that puts you in the shoes of Jesse-

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PlayStation Plus Games for February 2021 Revealed

After Super League leak, Juve leader backs reworking of CL

Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo holds a ball before socoring a penalty kick during the Champions League group G soccer match between FC Barcelona and Juventus at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2020. (AP Photo/Joan Monfort) Juventus President Andrea Agnelli is backing a proposal to shake up the Champions League that would create more games while maintaining an open qualifying system, rather than having a breakaway Super League largely closed off to the biggest clubs. As chairman of

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After Super League leak, Juve leader backs reworking of CL

Players’ union survey claims widespread racism in English cricket

38% of BAME respondents say they have experienced abusePCA survey taken as part of wider education programme More than one-third of black, Asian and minority ethnic cricketers say they have experienced racism in the game, a survey of professional players in England has found. The response came as part of a programme undertaken by the Professional Cricketers’ Association to tackle racism in the game.Twelve of the 24 black and minority ethnic players to respond to the survey – of which 12 are current professionals,

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Players’ union survey claims widespread racism in English cricket

NYC man arrested for Twitter voter misinformation campaign in 2016 election

A New York City resident and right-wing Twitter troll spread disinformation on the social media platform, telling people they could vote by text in the 2016 presidential election in an effort to suppress votes for Hillary Clinton, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. Douglass Mackey, 31, who the feds say went by the Twitter name Ricky Vaughan, was a prominent anti-Semite, racist and Trump-booster online before the 2016 election, the Huffington Post reported. Mackey was followed by tens of thousands on Twitter

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NYC man arrested for Twitter voter misinformation campaign in 2016 election

Worldwide Specialty Paper Market research report 2021

Marketresearch.biz has added new key research reports covering Worldwide Specialty Paper market. The study aims to provide global investors with a game-changing decision-making tool covering key fundamentals of the Worldwide Specialty Paper market. The research report will include total global resources in the market with historical analysis, key figures including total revenues, total sales, key products, and challenges. The report data is derived from extensive primary and secondary information sources with

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Worldwide Specialty Paper Market research report 2021

Statement by Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Ho

I fully support the President’s direction today to include climate considerations as an essential element of our national security and to assess the impacts of climate change on our security strategies, operations, and infrastructure. Since 2010, the Department of Defense has acknowledged that the planet’s changing climate has a dramatic effect on our missions, plans, and installations. Every year, we see the consequences of increasing incidents of flooding, drought, wildfires, and extreme weather events

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Statement by Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Ho

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales Bust Revealed

Miles Morales himself is getting a new bust from Diamond Select Toys later this year, it has been revealed. The 1/2 scale bust based on the protagonist from developer Insomniac Games' Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales has a release date of late June, early July right now and will cost $175. Diamond Select Toys notes that this is a rather beefy 10-inch, scale resin bust of the character as he appears within the popular PlayStation title. According to the listing, the bust was designed by Joe Allard and sculpted

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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales Bust Revealed

COVID-19: Vaccines 'can't fail' to reduce spread of virus, says Professor Jonathan Van-Tam

The deputy chief medical officer says the question is "less will they" but to "what extent'" vaccines will dampen transmission. Image: More than seven million people in the UK have now received a first dose of a COVID vaccine Vaccines "couldn't fail" to have some impact on the spread of coronavirus, according to England's deputy chief medical officer. Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, who revealed he has been administering vaccines himself, said it was less a question of "will they" rather than "to what extent" the

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COVID-19: Vaccines 'can't fail' to reduce spread of virus, says Professor Jonathan Van-Tam