Day: September 16, 2020

Morning News Call – India, September 9

To access a PDF version of this newsletter, please click here https://share.refinitiv.com/assets/newsletters/Indiamorning/MNC_IN_09092020.pdf If you would like to receive this newsletter via email, please register at: https://solutions.refinitiv.com/MNCIndiaSubscriptionpage FACTORS TO WATCH 12:00 pm: ICRA Senior Vice President and Group Head Karthik Srinivasan will participate in a webinar on moratorium and loan restructuring. PROMOTION LIVECHAT – REUTERS GLOBAL MARKETS FORUM Frank Benzimra, Head of Asia equity strategy and global asset allocation at Societe Generale in Hong Kong, joins us to discuss markets as global investment banks revise earnings estimates to less negative, amid what look like worsening U.S.-China relations with the latest focus on the tech war between the two giants. To join the conversation at 9:30 am IST, click here https://www.refinitiv.com/en/products/refinitiv-messenger/editorial-communities-financial-forums ​ INDIA TOP NEWS • India, China accuse each other of firing in the air on tense border India and China have accused each other of firing in the air during

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Sharp bets in Vegas make Raiders 3-point favorites over Panthers

The Raiders were favored in only three games this year when the lines on their inaugural season in Las Vegas were first posted at the city’s sportsbooks.

Now make that four.

In the biggest early line move of Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season, the Raiders are 3-point favorites over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday after the line opened at pick’em for the game in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Sharp money pushed the line to 3 on Sunday at William Hill, where Carolina opened as a 1½-point favorite, and the line moved to 3 (-120) on Monday at most Las Vegas books.

“And it’s probably headed to 3½,” William Hill sportsbook director Nick Bogdanovich said. “If it went from 1½ to the other side 3, there’s definitely a sharp influence. It’s a combination of sharps and the public. They all like the Raiders.”

Westgate vice president of risk Jeff Sherman

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Harrods Readies H Beauty, a Specialty Store for Makeup Mavens

LONDON — It’s been quite a summer for Harrods, which is morphing from one store into four, and boldly introducing new concepts in the face of COVID-19, a crisis in retail and still shaky consumer confidence.

On Sept. 17, the retailer will tug open the curtain on its first stand-alone beauty store, H Beauty, at a shopping mall in Lakeside, Essex, England, while a second location is set to open in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, next spring.

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Although plans for H Beauty were revealed almost a year ago, months before the coronavirus burst into Europe, aspects of the 23,000-square-foot space have been tweaked with social distancing and new hygiene standards in mind.

Harrods is promising a “wonderland” of premium and luxury brands, technology such as the Light Salon, an at-home LED light therapy system, and services such as the Dior Le Salon facials suite.

There will also

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