Between Rossari Biotech, Yes Bank FPO, and Bharat Bond ETF, if we take a long-term view and moderate to high-risk profile, we like Rossari the most, given that it ticks the right boxes when it comes to sector and growth profile. At the offer price, Rossari would be valued at a premium relative to some of its larger peers (P/E of around 36) like Vinati, Atul, and Fine Organics. This valuation could be justified given its higher revenue and net income CAGR numbers. … [Read more...] about Rossari Biotech IPO, Bharat Bond ETF & Yes Bank FPO: Where should investors put their money?
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To keep cash circulating to the farmers, foragers and fishing crews that depend on Blue Hill, Barber began selling boxes of fish, meat or seasonal vegetables for curbside pickup. Customers get a grab bag of ingredients both well-known (greenhouse cucumbers) and less familiar (Purple Sword celtuce stalks). Tucked into the boxes are recipes and background on the crops, including the information that the telltale holes in “beetle-bitten brassicas” were left by flea beetles, who have a knack for finding the sweetest plants in the field. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact | Your kitchen can be as well stocked as restaurants now
In its latest update on the drug, Gilead said on July 10 that an analysis showed remdesivir helped reduce the risk of death in severely ill COVID-19 patients but cautioned that rigorous clinical trials were needed to confirm the benefit. … [Read more...] about One in three South Korean COVID-19 patients improved with remdesivir
For good measure, it adds: “This certificate is based on the sample submitted by the applicant. No other test/verification has been conducted by the testing agency, other than results in the test report. The procurement agency is advised to conduct prior, due diligence as per the procurement policy, including periodical sample tests during the course of supply of the materials.” A test report is attached to this document. … [Read more...] about From PPE kits to sanitisers to ventilators, COVID-19 has sparked off an indigenous cottage industry boom
>> Loss of smell or taste has been added to the list of COVID-19 symptoms, according to the revised clinical management protocols released by the Union Health Ministry on Saturday. The ministry said that coronavirus-infected patients reporting to various COVID-19 treatment facilities have been reporting symptoms like fever, cough, fatigue, shortness of breath, expectoration, myalgia, rhinorrhea, sore throat and diarrhoea. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus wrap June 13: Loss of smell, taste added to list of COVID-19 symptoms