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Business · Ukraine

Gartner revises 2022 mobile sales estimates to fall 7.1%

60% Center coverage: 5 sources
By Supantha Mukherjee STOCKHOLM - Gartner forecast global mobile phone sales to fall 7.1% this year on Thursday, revising its earlier estimate of a growth of 2.2%, citing inflation, Russia's invasion of Ukraine and lockdowns in China. Mobile phone shipments in 2022 is expected to fall to 1.46 billion units from 1.57 billion, and Gartner's earlier forecast of 1.60 billion. "I haveSee the Story
Europe · Kidderminster

Policeman killed son and then himself in Kidderminster, inquest finds

Coverage: 2 sources
David Louden, 39, and three-year-old Harrison were found at their home in Kidderminster. Sgt Louden had been prescribed anti-depressants but decided not to take them. Coroner concluded he unlawfully killed his son and then took his own life.See the Story
Cryptocurrency

Copper heads for biggest quarterly plunge since 2011

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Copper prices fell on Thursday and marked their biggest quarterly slump since 2011 as COVID lockdowns in China and slowing economic growth curtailed demand.See the Story
Tech

Global Smartphone Sales Fall Below 100 Million Amid China Lockdown

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
The global smartphone demand has picked up but different reasons have hurt shipment and production of devices in the past month.See the Story
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Covid-19 lockdown: closed merchants had to pay their rent, according to the Court of Cassation

Merchants who demanded a discount on their rents were rejected by the Court of Cassation.See the Story
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Call for Jersey government to remove red tape to help St Helier bounce back after Covid lockdowns

Last week the town footfall monitor recorded 159,394 movements. This represents a continued increase since the depths of the Covid lockdowns. But it is still below pre-pandemic levels. Simon Crowcroft said that retail and hospitality businesses were being held back by a lack of staff which he said was resulting in fewer people visiting St Helier.See the Story
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Investigations against “lateral thinking” founder Michael Ballweg

Stuttgart — During the corona pandemic, “lateral thinkers” protested against the lockdown policy. The initiative needed money for this. The judiciary has doubts as to whether everything was right.See the Story
Lockdown · United States

Interesting Phenomena in Shanghai As Lockdown Eases Up

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Although the lockdown measures in Shanghai are easing, residents are experiencing some distinct phenomena as the city is not yet back to normal. Secretary of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee Li Qiang declared “victory in the battle to protect the big Shanghai,” at the once-every-five-year municipal CCP representatives meeting on June 25. The so-called “victory” implied that there were no domestic cases of COVID-19.See the Story

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