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News story: London's @HeathrowAirport  recorded an 89pc year on year fall in passenger numbers in Jan, when travel demand was hit by lockdowns, bans and quarantine requirements | #ArgusOil  #airtravel  #jetfuel  By @FlorenceLua :

News story: London's @HeathrowAirport  recorded an 89pc year on year fall in passenger numbers in Jan, when travel demand was hit by lockdowns, bans and quarantine requirements | #ArgusOil  #airtravel  #jetfuel  By @FlorenceLua :

Our Global #PMI  monthly overview highlights a softening of growth across the world economy as new COVID-19 lockdowns hit demand and supply chain delays disrupt trade. Click here to read our latest report:

PS5 a Winner for Sony Sony said Wednesday it expects a record net profit this financial year as fresh virus lockdowns continue to boost demand for games and consoles, including the recently released PlayStation 5. Although the pandemic has hit many indu…

Japanese giant Nintendo reported new bumper results Monday, with unprecedented demand for its hit games and consoles continuing to soar as new virus lockdowns boost the sector.

TOKYO: Japanese giant Nintendo reported new bumper results Monday, with unprecedented demand for its hit games and consoles continuing to soar as new virus lockdowns boost the sector. #BangkokPost  #Business 

Since lockdowns first hit last March, businesses across the Bay Area — from party supply companies to live music venues — have navigated ever-shifting restrictions to survive a coronavirus-induced plunge in demand. Here's more.

ANALYSIS: US #gasoline  stocks hit 16-week high as #pandemic  lockdowns blunt demand | #coronavirus  #covid-19  * Implied gasoline demand more than 15% behind last year * Crude stocks draw 3.14 million barrels amid export rebound @cmoessner  story:

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Job losses drop in #Dubai 's private sector drop to lowest point in nine months. But new business orders drop as lockdowns in overseas markets hit on demand

$EPROB #Electrolux  Professional Electrolux Professional (Buy, TP: SEK50.00) - Quality warrants re-rating: Despite an expected demand hit from increased lockdowns in Q4e, we are 10% above consensus on adj. EBITA as we believe positive mix… #equity  #stocks 

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#Oil exporters in the #MiddleEast  and #NorthAfrica  have been hit the hardest by the economic crisis, given the double-whammy of lockdowns and the sharp decline in oil demand and prices, as well as production cuts, following OPEC+ agreements.

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Coronavirus: Estee Lauder to cut up to 2,000 jobs as lockdowns hit makeup demand

Estee Lauder plans to cut up to 2,000 jobs worldwide and boost its digital operations after coronavirus lockdowns hit demand

Estee Lauder plans to cut up to 2,000 jobs worldwide and boost its digital operations after coronavirus lockdowns hit demand

Gourmet food producers have been hit hard by coronavirus lockdowns, with global demand souring for premium items such as wagyu beef, bluefin tuna and caviar by @naveenthukral  @yukapple720  @Sdelahamaide 

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DEMAND HIT: Italian oil consumption, among the worst affected by covid lock-downs, is recovering, although still down significantly from 2019 levels. Total oil demand was down 28.5% in May y-on-y, a significant improvement to the 44.5% y-on-y drop in April | #OOTT  @TheTerminal 

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The bulk of the coronavirus hit to the euro area economy reflects the simultaneous fall in demand and supply as lockdowns took effect. As restrictions continue to be lifted, capacity is rising, but demand is not moving up in lockstep

Japan's May factory activity sinks as pandemic lockdowns hit demand: PMI

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Japan's May factory activity sinks as pandemic lockdowns hit demand: PMI

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Data published on Wednesday reveal the scale of the collapse of the US economy due to Covid-19. Consumer demand, industrial activity and confidence were hit hard, suggesting the impact from lockdowns has been deeper than feared

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