“Covid Bubble Looks Strong”: Stuart Broad Leaves Cryptic Comment On Video Of Marcus Stoinis Signing Autographs

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Australia ended their long wait for a T20 World Cup title as they beat New Zealand in the final in Dubai on Sunday. Chasing a target of 173 runs vs New Zealand in the summit clash, Australia’s Mitchell Marsh and David Warner played superlative knocks to get their team home. Following Australia’s win, the ICC … Read more

How Immunocompromised People Without Strong Vaccine Protection Are Coping with COVID

How Immunocompromised People Without Strong Vaccine Protection Are Coping with COVID

George Franklin received a kidney transplant 46 years ago. Now age 67, he is among the longest lived kidney transplant recipients. But during the pandemic, he has not been able to engage in many of the activities he normally enjoys—bowling, swimming or just visiting friends and neighbors. Like most transplant recipients, Franklin, who lives in … Read more

S&P 500 hits record on strong jobs report, Pfizer COVID-19 pill cheer

S&P 500 hits record on strong jobs report, Pfizer COVID-19 pill cheer

U.S. job growth regains momentumPfizer jumps after positive COVID-19 antiviral pill dataTravel stocks lead market gainsPfizer news hits competitors, vaccine stocksIndexes: Dow up 0.25%, S&P up 0.12%, Nasdaq down 0.09%Nov 5 (Reuters) – The S&P 500 and Dow rose modestly to record highs on Friday following a strong U.S. jobs report and positive data for … Read more

Crypto Breaks $2.5 Trillion As Bulls Predict A ‘Ludicrously Strong’ Bitcoin And Ethereum Price Rally

Crypto Breaks $2.5 Trillion As Bulls Predict A ‘Ludicrously Strong’ Bitcoin And Ethereum Price Rally

Bitcoin and cryptocurrency prices have surged this week as expectations the U.S. regulator will green light a bitcoin futures exchange-traded fund (ETF) have soared. The bitcoin price smashed through $60,000 per bitcoin, hitting highs of almost $63,000 yesterday before falling back slightly and pushing the combined cryptocurrency market to over $2.5 trillion—returning to its May … Read more