Equity funds in July witnessed an outflow for the first time in more than four years, with outflow in equity cash segment doubling compared to June.The inflow into equity funds has been declining for five consecutive months. In July, mutual fund houses sold Rs 2,480 crore in equity schemes against an inflow of Rs 240 crore in June. The outflow in the cash segment was Rs 7,231.99 crore in July against Rs 3,689.67 crore in the previous month. … [Read more...] about Mutual funds bought 10 stocks and exited 9 in July, do you own any?
The tweet that triggered this suspension was a video that had falsehoods about COVID-19. This video showed a group of people dressed in white lab coats claiming to be from an organization called “America’s Frontline Doctors.” It contained material where these people claimed masks were not needed and that hydroxychloroquine was a “cure”, the report said. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Jr’s Twitter account temporarily suspended for ‘misleading coronavirus content’
Noting that the death rate graph will start rising if the positive cases shoot up, the Minister said it should be stopped. "We must also understand that the death toll will increase with the rise in the number of cases. So, we need to put a hold on the rise in cases. For that the people must cooperate. They should strictly follow the health protocol of wearing masks, handwashing and social distancing in order to break the chain of virus from spreading," Shailaja said. … [Read more...] about Kerala likely to witness 10,000 to 20,000 COVID-19 cases per day during August-September: Health Minister
To open these buildings safely, the university worked with a nonprofit called CVKey Project to pilot a symptom-checking app among a small group of staff that needed to access research archives and laboratories. The app would review symptoms and either clear users to go into school or direct them to stay home and contact a health professional for further guidance. Now, the University of Kansas is preparing to roll out the CVKey app to its student population of nearly 30,000 for entry into 266 buildings across campus. … [Read more...] about Ex-Google VP’s new app is helping 30,000 Kansas students return to college
In the ongoing probe since at least October 2018, investigators have asked Apple for data about “unexpected shutdowns” of iPhones and the company’s throttling, or slowing down, of the devices through power management software, documents Reuters obtained from Texas through a public records request showed. … [Read more...] about Arizona leads multi-state probe into older iPhones slowing, shutting down