Did you know? “There was a significant, very steep fall-off in February. That began to recover some in March, and we’ve seen a further recovery in April. So, it leaves us room for optimism.” - Tim Cook, APPLE
Did you know? An upside to the virus lockdown? Mass shootings in the USA were down 24% in April.
Did you know? To lockdown or not? Sweden, with a population of 10m, has had 3,220 deaths so far from coronavirus — more than triple the number in neighboring Denmark, Finland, and Norway, which have a combined population of 15 million and did lockdown, and an almost 50% higher death rate than the USA. (FT)
Did you know? "We will see at the end of the year rising prices. Why? Because we have high demand.” - Real Estate in Vienna, Austria. Supply and Demand define markets, period! (WSJ)
Did you know? What is the name of Elon Musk and Leanne Grimes's newborn child? "X Æ A-12 Musk.” On Tuesday night, Grimes tweeted a breakdown of what each character means: X is the "unknown variable," Æ is her "elven spelling of Ai," and A-12 is a type of CIA aircraft known internally as Archangel. Are you as confused as I am...
Did you know? More than 78% of workers who lost their jobs in April see their layoffs as “temporary,” a potentially good sign for the economy. Hopefully, many of these jobs will return over time, the sooner the better, although it appears certain some corporations will see long-term savings and automation replace some jobs permanently. (CNBC)