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Analysis:Short sellers face derision, death threats and unexplained pizza
(Reuters) - Making money by betting a company's shares will sink in value has become more challenging in recent weeks as markets rocketed higher and a growing wave of investors became ready to take on short sellers at almost any cost - even threatening their lives.
Oman delays second doses of Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus jab
DUBAI: Oman’s Ministry of Health said the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine will be postponed, the daily Times of Oman reported.
“The delay has been caused by the manufacturer in supplying the agreed doses to Oman. This delay would include all countries of the world contracted by the company in order to expand the production lines resulting from the increased demand,” the report quoted the ministry.
Hybrids no longer defined as
Hybrid cars will no longer be defined as ‘electrified vehicles’ by an influential automotive analyst – because their main fuel type is petrol or diesel, not electricity.
GameStop back on the rise as Robinhood eases trading ban
The army of small investors behind this week's dramatic squeeze on Wall Street hedge funds returned to drive shares in GameStop and other hot companies higher on Friday as online broker Robinhood eased disputed trading restrictions.
To me, Ikebana is an expression, a feeling, a connection we make with nature. Right when we start selecting flowers to when our arrangement is complete. It is a transfer of our life, our emotions into the branches, flowers, leaves and twigs we carefully arrange. Our art describes us and Ikebana showcases that form of self-expression in the most poetic way.
UK car production worst in a generation
The number of new cars built in the UK last year fell by a third to just under 921,000, the lowest total since 1984, latest industry figures reveal.
Argo gives its self-driving vehicle hardware a big upgrade
Argo has been working on its self-driving car platform for a while now alongside its partners Ford and Volkswagen, and in that time, it's made some decent progress. Now though, it's ready to move to the next level, and to do that, it's created an updated suite of hardware, according to its Friday announcement.
Covid 19: Belgium to ban non-essential travel
Belgium will start banning non-essential travel to and from the country starting from January 27, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced.
"As of January 27, recreational and tourist travel is prohibited. This applies to travel from or to our country," the Prime Minister said at a press conference on Friday.
Dubai announces new covid safety rules
Authorities in Dubai have issued multiple new Covid-19 safety measures to protect residents and tourists from the coronavirus.
Inspectors from regulatory bodies like the Dubai Economy, Dubai Municipality and Dubai Tourism are out on the field to ensure that all precautionary measures are followed at outlets and venues.
The first-ever global exhibition for Madina dates
The first-ever global exhibition for Madinah dates was organized under the patronage of Madinah Governor Prince Faisal Bin Salman.
The three-day exhibition, which concluded on Thursday, was organized by the Madinah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI); in cooperation with the Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDBG); the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC); and the International Trade Centre (ITC).