Last week most vehicle makers reported June sales that were more than double compared to sales in May. While they were still less than half compared to their usual monthly level it nevertheless is a silver lining coming on the back of the industry recording zero sales in April, a first ever. … [Read more...] about This week in Auto: Has real demand picked up?
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Alicia Trimble was dumped into that world last Tuesday, when she got laid off after three-and-a-half years as a sales manager and nutrition coach at a diet-food company, due to a decrease in business in the wake of COVID-19. The following night, she was having trouble sleeping, so she decided to scroll through her Facebook feed. The Little Elm, Texas, resident spotted a post about free headshots and signed up for a spot in neighboring Frisco, so she can replace the six-year-old photo she currently uses on social media. … [Read more...] about Unemployed? Sign up for a free headshot and look better on LinkedIn
Crude oil prices halted the upside move the previous week after International Energy Agency said global oil demand should rebound in the coming quarter but warned that the recovery could be hindered by the accelerating number of coronavirus cases, risking our market outlook to the downside. … [Read more...] about Silver will continue to rise on strong demand, may hit Rs 57k in 2H CY20