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Germany’s world-famous Nuremberg Christmas market canceled for the first time since World War II

One of Germany’s oldest and most famous Christmas markets has fallen victim to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Travel and Leisure reports that for the first time since World War II, December in Franconia’s largest city will be very different.

The Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt, one of Germany’s oldest Christmas markets – records date back to 1628 – draws two million visitors to the city annually, the report said.

For more than 70 years, during the four weeks of Advent, Travel and Leisure reports that visitors have come to visit the city’s main market square, which becomes a “village of wooden stalls” bedecked with red-and-white striped cloths.

The report describes a feeling of “cozy cheeriness” that prevails – people browse the dozens of vendors that occupy the stalls, offering unique handcrafts and gifts; and visitors, as well as locals, savor the “scent of grilled sausages, sweet roasted almonds, and mulled wine wafting through

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Global Ticket Printers Market 2020 Business Outlook with COVID-19 Scenario to 2025

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Oct 04, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
A report added to the huge database of MarketQuest.biz, titled Global Ticket Printers Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 presents the historical, current, and future outlook of the market covering key factors responsible for the growth of the market. The report incorporates crucial details about the market including current and future market trends, segmentation, industrial opportunities, and future market scenario considering 2020 to 2025 as forecast years. The report highlights the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of each g market player in the global Ticket Printers market comprehensive way.

For competitor segment, the report includes global key players of the market as well as some small players: Epson, Stimare, Custom, Fujitsu, Boca Systems, Zebra, Able-systems, Practical Automation, Datamax-O’Neil (Honeywell), Skidata, Aes Aircraft Elektro,

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Explaining the market rally in Wall Street’s terms

By April Joyner and Kate Duguid

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Risk assets such as stocks and high-yield corporate bonds have climbed over the past two-and-a-half months despite a dire global economic outlook in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The rally has left some market observers scratching their heads but has also given rise to a bundle of jargon – some old, some new – attempting to explain recent trends. Here’s a guide to what’s driving financial markets now, in Wall Street’s own words.

DON’T FIGHT THE FED

One key factor in Wall Street’s climb, strategists say, is the unprecedented monetary support from the Federal Reserve, including purchases of corporate bonds and exchange-traded funds. The Fed’s balance sheet has expanded by some $3 trillion since March. Those actions have revived the slogan “Don’t fight the Fed,” as the liquidity supplied by the U.S. central bank has fueled an upward

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