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We understand this is kind of new territory for many governments and companies.
Tech stocks have risen so far and fast in the past year, that even as they recently shrugged off a record-fast dive into correction territory, many on the Street have been positing this may be another tech bubble, akin to 2000.
The Nasdaq is roughly a half-percent away from returning to correction territory.
The coronavirus pandemic has pushed US financial data into extreme territory.
They may cut across roads and highways to get to the different parts of their territory.
The use of the word “China” in Taiwan has long been contentious—Beijing claims Taiwan as its own territory though the Communist Party has never ruled there—but the debate was rekindled during the coronavirus pandemic.
The result was a five-month rebound back to record territory.
There’s a growing sense of inevitability that the benchmark S&P will hit record territory in a matter of days, on its way to a string of new all-time highs.
The shift that’s making male leopards stick around in the territories where they were born needn’t be permanent.
LEOPARDS ARE INDEED CHANGING THEIR SPOTSEROMO EGBEJULEAUGUST 14, 2020OZY
That brings us to representation theory, which converts the sometimes mysterious world of groups into the well-trammeled territory of linear algebra.

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