These factors make it more likely you’ll suffer longterm

Blood collection specialist Niilo Juntunen removes the IV from recovered coronavirus patient Monica Jacobs as she finishes donating convalescent plasma at the Central Seattle Donor Center of Bloodworks Northwest during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) global outbreak, in Seattle, Washington, September 2, 2020.

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A new study has identified the main factors that make it more likely that patients will suffer long term from the coronavirus.

“Long Covid” is the term given to people who had a confirmed (or suspected) coronavirus case and who recover from the initial infection but continue to suffer from a wide range of

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UBS earnings: q3 2020

The logo of Swiss banking giant UBS engraved on the wall is seen on its headquarters on May 8, 2019 in Zurich.

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LONDON — The world’s largest wealth manager, UBS, reported a jump in net income to $2.1 billion for the third quarter on Tuesday, easily beating analyst expectations. It marks a 99% jump from the same period a year earlier.

“It is very difficult not to be happy with this set of numbers because they are coming from a great contribution from all business units,” CEO Sergio Ermotti told CNBC’s Geoff

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How Ms. Bling Pursued Her Passion and Built a Thriving Business

Pascale Rowe, also known as Ms. Bling, stepped out on faith when she left her career at American Express. Making a respectable $70,000 annually as a sales rep for the company, Bling decided it was time to leave behind her financial security, benefits, and 401(k). Born of Haitian descent, Bling developed a brand, social identity, and more importantly a business utilizing social media as her main marketing tool.

A failed marriage and negative bank account provided Bling with the determination she needed to find a way to succeed. “I was a wreck,” says Bling. I had no idea how

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Senate to vote on $500 billion GOP coronavirus stimulus bill Wednesday

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) walks to his office on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 10, 2020.

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The Senate will vote on a $500 billion coronavirus stimulus bill on Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Saturday, as a larger bipartisan deal remains elusive despite continued talks between top Democrats and the Trump administration.

McConnell blamed his opponents across the political aisle for the current stalemate, arguing that the Senate has enough time to pass the GOP stimulus package and confirm Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barret if “Democrats do not obstruct this legislation.”

“Nobody

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Dow closes 100 points higher, snaps 3-day losing streak on strong retail sales data

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose on Friday for its first daily gain in four sessions after the release of strong U.S. consumer data to end a volatile week.

The Dow closed 112.11 points higher, or 0.4%, at 28,606.31. The S&P 500 eked out a small gain, closing at 3,483.81 and the Nasdaq Composite ended the day down 0.4% at 11,671.56.

The major averages were broadly higher for most of the session. However, they gave up most of their gains in the final hour of trading as Big Tech shares sold off.

Both Dow and the S&P 500 notched their

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Get a Lifetime of Language Learning with Rosetta Stone at a Limited Time Discount

Language learning isn’t exclusively done in adolescence or through required credits in school, and honestly, it shouldn’t be. Becoming multilingual can benefit you immensely and doesn’t have to be too difficult whenever you decide to start. Maybe you’ve been trying to connect with your family’s first language, are aiming to become bilingual to better teach, or you’re prepping for a future trip—no matter the circumstance, Rosetta Stone has you covered with a pretty great deal.

Right now, you don’t need to commit to choosing just one language or experience level to purchase on your road to becoming multilingual. Rosetta Stone

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UK government announces tougher coronavirus restrictions for London

Cyclists travel in a cycle lane along the Embankment in central London on May 16, 2020.

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LONDON — The U.K. government has imposed tougher coronavirus restrictions on London in an attempt to curb the rapid spread of the disease.

The U.K.’s capital city will move to a so-called “high” alert level from midnight on Friday, up from the current “medium” alert level.

It means millions of people in Europe’s richest city will soon be unable to meet with anybody outside their household or support bubble in any indoor setting, whether at home or

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