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Subhadip

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This RED, ORANGE, GREEN picture is changing constantly, what is red today maybe orange tomorrow and green after that.
Some of the epidemics of recent times are :
18. H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic: 2009-2010
19. West African Ebola epidemic: 2014-2016
20. Zika Virus epidemic: 2015-present day


Most of these were not effective in spreading...

https://www.livescience.com/worst-epidemics-and-pandemics-in-history.html

In the current epidemic/pandemic most are pushing for a pharma company Gilead LifeSciences where many US politicians have vested interest.

So far in India, 98% of the cases are Asymptomatic i.e. you wont even know that the disease has come (and gone). That means there is really nothing to worry about (unless you have heart/liver/diabetes/kidney/other ailments)

Another global money making racket for vaccines, etc.
98%...wrong info....check it again
 

Subhadip

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Checked it.. Nothing wrong, .. If you have some info to the contrary, please share it.
where u have checked? BTW what is death rate then if 98% asymptomatic?
 

Raj232

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where u have checked? BTW what is death rate then if 98% asymptomatic?
The links have been posted. Seems you dont want to read and not willing to understand. Please take the trouble to click the links and read .. :)

I am not the one who has written those articles. Death rates are not a standard thing, they vary..

If you don't have any info to the contrary, it is incorrect for you to claim that the info is wrong.

https://www.indiatoday.in/india/video/tamil-nadu-chennai-coronavirus-1673095-2020-05-01



COVID-19 Deaths Certificates Scam Exposed By Funeral Home Directors
Interviews with funeral home directors and their staff throughout New York City questioning the number of deaths officially attributed to the pandemic has exposed a massive COVID-19 deaths certificates scam. Earlier, a Montana based physician blew the whistle on how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is exaggerating the COVID-19 death toll by manipulating Coronavirus death certificates.

Read full article here : https://greatgameindia.com/covid-19-deaths-certificates-scam/
 
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Subhadip

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The links have been posted. Seems you dont want to read and not willing to understand. Please take the trouble to click the links and read .. :)

I am not the one who has written those articles. Death rates are not a standard thing, they vary..

If you don't have any info to the contrary, it is incorrect for you to claim that the info is wrong.

https://www.indiatoday.in/india/video/tamil-nadu-chennai-coronavirus-1673095-2020-05-01



COVID-19 Deaths Certificates Scam Exposed By Funeral Home Directors
Interviews with funeral home directors and their staff throughout New York City questioning the number of deaths officially attributed to the pandemic has exposed a massive COVID-19 deaths certificates scam. Earlier, a Montana based physician blew the whistle on how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is exaggerating the COVID-19 death toll by manipulating Coronavirus death certificates.

Read full article here : https://greatgameindia.com/covid-19-deaths-certificates-scam/
what u have written in INDIA 98% asymptomatic.. that is incorrect.. ..
I am correcting you and that is all..
what u have attached here ..is from Tamilnadu.
 
Gold seems to be on the way up! 1704 was at 3.30 pm yesterday. Was a good BTST trade if one took it up. For eg., Kotak Gold ETF.

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TraderRavi

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Banks scout buyers for Future Retail stake after Biyani's loan default

Banks, which have a significant exposure to both Future Retail (FRL) and its promoters, are nudging the company to go for an all-stock merger with an existing retail player. The move has been expedited after its promoter Kishore Biyani defaulted on loans in March and FRL’s share price collapsed from its recent high in February.

According to a banker close to the development, the lenders have approached India’s top retail players to evaluate the possibility of a merger.

“The company may not get a good valuation due to the falling financial metrics. It is also short in cash of around Rs 200 crore (as of December 2019). Banks have, therefore, approached all big players, including Reliance Retail, to see whether they are interested in acquiring the company,” said a banker.

A Reliance spokesperson declined to comment, terming it as market speculation. Future officials were not available for comment.

On Tuesday, Future Retail stock closed at Rs 77 a share, down 5 per cent — giving it a total market valuation of Rs 4,000 crore.

It was trading at Rs 377 a share in February.




The promoters own about half the company’s equity and of this, 50 per cent is pledged with the banks. A fall in share price since February will lead to banks owning more equity in the company. With the promoters seeking debt restructuring both at the operating and promoter group level, banks have advised the company to go for asset sale to pay their dues.

Banks are also worried that the restructuring of onshore debt at Future Retail and other related entities could trigger a cross-default on its $500 million senior secured notes. The restructuring of promoter debt could trigger the change-of-control clause on the company’s senior secured notes, as the promoter shareholding will fall below 26 per cent, they warned.

Analysts said the firm’s sales in high-margin segments were unlikely to pick up until later in the year because of the pandemic. This accounts for almost a third of its sales. At the same time, banks have slowed down Future Retail’s disbursement of approved credit lines from banks.

This includes working capital credit loans of about Rs 2,125 crore, which were expected to be available in April. In addition, the firm is proposing to avail its Rs 650 crore peak-season working capital credit line to support its liquidity.

For the time being, the firm may manage to dodge the bullet as banks may release working capital this month and help meet funding requirement.



https://www.business-standard.com/a...ter-biyani-s-loan-default-120050501220_1.html
 
I am confused some say target is $1800-2000 but timeframe is one year. It may fall to $1550 in between.
Yes bhai! I expect the following:

Gold will eventually rise to around 3000 $ in 2 years from now & to around 4000-5000 $ in 4 to 5 years but it will not be a straight line growth.

I am not expecting it to correct as much as to 1550 but to maybe 1600 $ per oz in that interim period. But if it does not revisit the 1600 and below levels by Dec 2020 then we can forget that target.
 

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