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MILAN/LONDON/MUMBAI (Reuters Breakingviews) - Corona Capital is a column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights. Europe is getting over its skis in trying to find a common solution for the upcoming Christmas winter sports season. Non-European Union Switzerland has already opened several winter resorts, albeit with distancing and restrictions to after-skiing gatherings. The mid-sized lender is hiring advisers to assess the French group’s “unexpected and unsolicited” 737 million euro cash offer. The median airline’s cash might only last around eight months longer.
Persons: Lisa Jucca, Italy’s Credito, Investor Petrus, Creval, Breakingviews, Philippe Brassac, Intesa Sanpaolo, UniCredit, Emiliano, Amanda Blanc, Blanc, Aimee Donnellan, Lucio Tan, Una Galani, Lockdowns, Fuller Smith, Turner, Fuller, Christopher Thompson Organizations: MILAN, Reuters, Corona, Agricole, Investor, Investor Petrus Advisers, Credit, Banca, Banca Monte dei, Banco, Aviva, Credit Suisse, Philippine Airlines, Japan’s ANA, Nikkei, Airlines, International Air Transport Association, Mitchells, Butlers Locations: LONDON, MUMBAI, Passo, Passo del Tonale, Italy, Europe, Germany, France, Austria, Union Switzerland, EU, Siena, Asia, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Una, London
Breakingviews - Italy finds tax trick to prettify risky bank M&A
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Lisa Jucca | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The entrance of Monte dei Paschi bank headquarters is pictured in downtown Siena, Italy, June 30, 2017. A buyer, say UniCredit, would get a dowry of about 2 billion euros in tax credits, net of fees, according to Breakingviews calculations. That should easily cover integration charges of perhaps 1.3 billion euros. Yet suitors may still want state help to clean up the Tuscan bank’s balance sheet and cover potential legal claims. The law change may provide a little help to Monte Paschi, but the real winners could be healthier banks.
Persons: Roberto Gualtieri, Siena, Credito Valtellinese Organizations: Reuters, Italian Finance, Banca Monte dei, BPER Banca, Credit Agricole, Credito Locations: Monte dei, Siena, Italy, MILAN, Rome, Brussels, Monte, Monte Paschi
Nearly a Quarter of New Yorkers Say They Won’t Take Covid-19 Vaccine
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( Jimmy Vielkind | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Nearly a quarter of New Yorkers say they are unlikely to take a vaccine against the coronavirus when it becomes available, according to a poll released Tuesday. Twenty-four percent of the 803 New York state voters surveyed by the Siena College Research Institute last week said they would either probably not or definitely not take a coronavirus vaccine if approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Organizations: Siena College Research, Food and Drug Administration Locations: York
FILE PHOTO: A man walks in front of the Monte dei Paschi bank in Siena, central Italy, January 29, 2016. Italy’s Treasury and Bank of America declined to comment, while Orrick was not immediately available. Rome is expected to pay about 150,000 euros in financial and legal fees, with the lion’s share going to Bank of America, the sources said. Rome has set aside 1.5 billion euros to shore up MPS but the bank faces a shortfall of at least 2 billion, sources have said. In the case of MPS, that entails a 3 billion euro earnings boost, sources have said.
Persons: Max Rossi, Giorgio Cocini, Patrizio Messina, Marco Nicolini, Orrick, Jean Pierre Mustier, Organizations: Treasury, of America, REUTERS, Bank, America’s, Bank of America, UBI Banca, MPS, Banco Locations: MILAN, dei, Siena, Italy, Tuscany, Rome
NEXU Science Communication/via REUTERSThe Italian researchers’ findings showed that 11.6% of 959 healthy volunteers enrolled in a lung cancer screening trial between September 2019 and March 2020 had developed coronavirus antibodies well before February. If those findings are correct, scientists said it could change the history of the origin of pandemic, raising questions about when and where the virus first emerged. Italy’s first COVID-19 patient was detected on Feb. 21 in a small town near Milan, in the northern region of Lombardy. The Chinese government said on Tuesday it believed the study showed that tracing the origin of the virus was an ongoing process that may involve many countries. “Our study does not suggest at all that 11% of Italians had COVID antibodies in September-October,” said Gabriella Sozzi, Director of Genomics Cancer at INT.
Persons: coronavirus, Italy’s, that’s, ” Giovanni Apolone, Emanuele Montomoli, , , Gabriella Sozzi Organizations: MILAN, Science, Trinity College, Reuters, National Cancer Institute, University of Siena, National Institute of Statistics, Genomics Cancer, Locations: Italy, Dublin, Wuhan, Milan, Lombardy, China, Europe, USA
ROME (Reuters) - An Italian study supporting the case that the novel coronavirus was circulating outside China earlier than thought has sparked doubts among some Western scientists who called for further tests. ‘UNEXPECTED DETECTION’China believes the Italian study shows that tracing the origin of the virus is an ongoing process that may involve many countries. A further SARS-CoV-2 antibodies test was carried out by the University of Siena for the same research paper, called “Unexpected detection of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in the pre-pandemic period in Italy”. ‘SERIOUS ISSUE INDEED’Both Italian scientists said the antibody test was in-house designed and never validated by other researchers in a peer review. The INT’s scientific director and co-author of the study is planning further investigation into the study patients’ clinical history.
Persons: Manuel Silvestri, , Mark Pagel, Zhao Lijian, Italy’s, Enrico Bucci, ” Antonella Viola, Stephen Griffin, Jonathan Stoye, Francis Crick, ” Andrew Preston, Preston, ” Giovanni Apolone Organizations: REUTERS, Italian Cancer Institute, Reuters, of Biological Sciences, Britain’s University of Reading, World Health, University of Siena, Philadelphia’s Temple University, , University of Padua, University of Leeds, Francis, Francis Crick Institute, University of Bath Locations: ROME, Italian, China, Venice, Italy, Wuhan, Beijing, Milan, Lombardy
A study by the National Cancer Institute (INT) of the Italian city of Milan shows revealed that the coronavirus was circulating in Italy as early as September 2019, suggesting that the spread of COVID-19 from countries beyond China was much earlier than previously believed. The findings, published by the INT's scientific magazine Tumori Journal, show that 11.6% of 959 healthy volunteers enrolled in a lung cancer screening trial between September 2019 and March 2020, had developed coronavirus antibodies well before February. The World Health Organization has said the new coronavirus and COVID-19, the respiratory disease it causes, were unknown before the outbreak was first reported in Wuhan, in central China, in December. "This is the main finding: people with no symptoms not only were positive after the serological tests but had also antibodies able to kill the virus," Giovanni Apolone, a co-author of the study, told Reuters. ROME (Reuters) - The new coronavirus was circulating in Italy since September 2019, a study by the National Cancer Institute (INT) of the Italian city of Milan shows, signaling that COVID-19 might have spread beyond China earlier than previously thought.
Persons: Giovanni Apolone, Italy's, Apolone, Giselda, Emelia Sithole Organizations: National Cancer Institute, World Health, Reuters, Visit, University of Siena Locations: Italian, Milan, Italy, COVID, China, Wuhan, ROME, Lombardy
(7 Districts) Chevron icon It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options. NY-01NY-02NY-11NY-18NY-19NY-22NY-24 HouseRepublican Rep. John Katko has defeated the Democrat Dana Balter in their rematch for New York's 24th Congressional District, according to Decision Desk HQ. The candidatesKatko, a former federal prosecutor and US attorney in Syracuse, was first elected to New York's 24th District in the 2014 Republican wave, defeating Democratic Rep. Dan Maffei. Rep. Will Hurd of Texas, who represents a fourth Republican-held Clinton district, is retiring. In the 2018 election, Katko defeated Balter by a margin of 5.2 percentage points, 52.6% to 47.4%.
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What Biden Can Do About Climate Change - The New York Times
  + stars: | 2020-11-13 | by ( David Leonhardt | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The fact that Mr. Biden seems inclined to make the climate a top priority does not stem from a longtime personal obsession. If anything, the attention on racial injustice since George Floyd’s killing in May has put more momentum behind climate policy. In addition to the activist energy, broader public opinion seems to be shifting, as climate change has gone from being a hypothetical future problem in many people’s minds to an everyday problem. In a Pew Research Center poll this year, 52 percent of Americans said that dealing with global climate change should be a top priority for the president and Congress. As Ms. Gunn-Wright said, “It’s getting harder and harder to act like climate change is a long-term issue that’s coming down the pike.”
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Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan kept his Senate seat, beating Independent candidate Al Gross, according to Decision Desk HQ. Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan has won re-election in Alaska, beating Independent candidate Dr. Al Gross, according to Decision Desk HQ. Gross, an Alaska native and son of former Alaska Attorney General Avrum Gross, is an orthopedic surgeon, commercial fisherman, and affordable healthcare advocate. Another previous poll conducted by Alaska Survey Research found Sullivan leading Gross by four points, 48% to 44%. FiveThirtyEight's US Senate forecasting model gave Sullivan a 77% chance of winning the race compared to 23% for Gross.
Persons: Sen, Dan Sullivan, Al Gross, Sullivan, Alaska's, Gross, Republican Sen, He's, Donald Trump, FiveThirtyEight, Bernie Sanders of, Angus King of Maine, Avrum Gross, Joe Biden's, Donald Trump's, Biden, Jon Howe, Ball Organizations: Independent, US Marine Corps, U.S, Republican, Alaska Attorney General, Department of Natural Resources, Armed Services, Commerce, Transportation, Alaska, Democrats, Green, Senate, Republicans, Trump, Gross, GOP, Democratic, The New York Times, Siena College, Alaskan, Alaska Survey Research, Public, The Lincoln Project, Politico, University of Virginia Center for Politics, Inside Elections Locations: Alaska, lockstep, Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Georgia
The 24-term incumbent Don Young has won reelection in Alaska's at-large congressional district after a challenge from the independent Alyse Galvin. Young is the longest-serving member of Congress and the longest-tenured Republican representative in the party's history. The at-large district voted for Donald Trump in 2016 by 15 percentage points. (1 District) Chevron icon It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options. AK-At large HouseThe 24-term Republican incumbent Rep. Don Young has successfully defended his seat in Alaska's at-large congressional district after a challenge from the independent Alyse Galvin.
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From hiking hidden hillsides to riding remote routes, there are plenty of ways to escape the crowds and have a socially distanced holiday either at home or abroad. For a truly socially distanced trip, vacationers can visit the mountains, deserts and dunes of Texas' Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Photo and CoHolidaymakers looking for a socially distanced getaway can choose from rural routes across the country via guided or self-guided routes. Drive Scotland's remote roadsScotland's expansive highlands and islands can make for some of the most scenic and socially distanced getaways for last-minute holidaymakers. A private boat hire can offer one means of socially distanced escape.
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ET 2020 Election Live Updates: Polls Show Biden Ahead in Pennsylvania and 3 Other Key States Polling conducted by The New York Times and Siena College also shows Biden ahead in Wisconsin, Florida and Arizona. Among eligible Pennsylvania voters who did not turn out in 2016, Mr. Biden is leading Mr. Trump by 12 points. And on Monday, in what is a clear attempt to needle Mr. Biden, he will head to Scranton, Mr. Biden’s hometown. Recent surveys of Pennsylvania indicate the race there is close: An average of polls shows Mr. Biden with a six-point lead. Of course, the Trump campaign has been doing all it can to hinder Mr. Biden from doing just that.
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John Holland, 74, is proud to call himself a political independent, and he has always made a point of voting for the candidate he prefers, not a party to which he had sworn allegiance. In mid-October he told a New York Times/Siena College poll he wasn’t yet won over by either President Trump or Joseph R. Biden Jr. Ultimately, Mr. Holland, a retired education-technology professional in Minnesota, did choose, and like many late-deciding voters, he said his choice emerged “from a values point of view.”“I said, ‘Would I want President Trump to be the grandfather of any one of my grandchildren?’ And the answer was no,” he said this week, explaining that he had donned a mask and walked to an early polling site to cast a ballot for Mr. Biden. Four years ago, voters like Mr. Holland — leery of both major-party candidates, undecided until the 11th hour and guided by their gut more than by policy — decided the election. This year, polling shows far fewer undecided voters remain, but in close battleground states they could still be pivotal.
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He said later that he hoped to work with both sides, and was not endorsing Mr. Trump, adding, “I don’t trust none of them.”“Black progress is a bipartisan issue,” Ice Cube said. His campaign has said that it hoped to slightly improve on its performance with Black voters in 2016, when Mr. Trump earned about 8 percent of the Black vote. “It’s the same reason they were referencing him in the ’90s — it’s about the lie of the American dream,” she said. “It’s about the lie of Black entrepreneurship somehow being a panacea to these larger social problems. Hip-hop became a stand-in for that, lifting up individual Black accomplishment.”“There are real reasons to criticize Joe Biden, even in this 11th hour,” Ms. Hampton added.
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But Mr. Trump has added a Thursday trip to his itinerary in Tampa, Fla. — where Mr. Biden will also appear later in the day — to hold a rally outside a football stadium. “He is making people less favorable and less open to voting for him.” For Mr. Trump, holding a rally in Tampa amounts to coming full circle. But the Trump campaign has leaned on Republican allies in the legislature to prevent any changes. But it’s not clear if Mr. Trump or Mr. Biden fully believe it. Neither Mr. Trump nor Mr. Biden is expected to appear in the state before the election.
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President Trump has been particularly divisive, it found. In the Times/Siena poll, married men in Arizona, Ohio and Nevada preferred Mr. Trump by 13 percentage points, and married women preferred Mr. Trump by one point. Michelle Krueger, a 24-year-old student in Phoenix, said she and her husband talk about politics often, and sometimes disagree. Most people who disagree with their partners about politics avoid the topic, the American Perspectives Survey found. Her husband, George, a retired firefighting captain, supports Mr. Trump, to her great dismay.
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