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There has been much speculation that Hong Kong might lose out to Singapore, Tokyo, or Seoul.
The nature of such singularity has given rise to wild speculations, including the notion that they represent the emergence of even more exotic objects, or even portals to other universes.
At London-based Brevan Howard, one of the industry’s best-known firms, assets collapsed from about $40 billion in 2013 to $6 billion, prompting speculation it could return money to investors.
HEDGE FUND ‘PIRATES’ SET SAIL AGAINDANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 21, 2020OZY
Morrison pointed out that he had established “No jab, no play” while speaking to 3AW earlier on Wednesday, raising speculation that the government might introduce similar measures to encourage uptake of the coronavirus vaccine.
“We haven’t announced anything and we don’t comment on speculation,” the company told Fortune Tuesday.
That said, all this is speculation—researchers are really only taking their first baby steps toward understanding these dynamics.
One thing that’s fun to dabble in sometimes is unsubstantiated speculation.
There is a lot of speculation but not convincing evidence for many of these hypotheses.
Cheap as they are, they are a poorer speculation than even corner lots in a lithographic city of Nebraska or Oregon.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
"Granted; as many as you like," he returned, glancing down into her eyes that were full of thoughtfulness and some speculation.

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