High-quality bonds, low expenses serve in stormy weather

Joseph B. Hash

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Tim Buckley: John, to condition the obvious, we’ve observed large declines in revenues for firms and for municipalities. So, a great deal of folks are chatting about what’s the fallout? Are folks missing payments? Will we start out to see downgrades of bonds, defaults? What will the exercise routines seem like? Can you give us some viewpoint about how your team’s considering as a result of this?

John Hollyer: Certain, Tim. And you are right—this is a time when there will be downgrades and there will be defaults. But let us continue to keep it in viewpoint. If we

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Weather: IMD upgrades outlook to severe cyclone in Bay

Joseph B. Hash

India Meteorological Department (IMD) has upgraded the outlook in the Bay of Bengal to a serious cyclone soon after an current perfectly-marked reduced-force place around South-East Bay of Bengal intensified early this (Saturday) morning into a melancholy. It was positioned about 1,100 km South of Paradip (Odisha) 1250 km South of Digha (West Bengal) and 1,330 South-South-West of Khepupara (Bangladesh).

The program could rapidly intensify, that is, twice around during the class of the day, into a cyclone by the evening and further intensify into a serious cyclone tomorrow (Sunday). It might shift North-North-West until Sunday and then re-curve to

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Weather: Kalbaisakhi brings lightning, high winds, rain to East India

Joseph B. Hash

A barrage of phenomenal lightning strikes related with hazardous thunderstorms in the course of the ongoing Kalbaisakhi (pre-monsoon) season have claimed 59 life, in the course of the 7 days ending April 24, across the acquainted stretch in East India – Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh.

An prolonged period from February 21 to April 25 (64 days) has found a lot more than two hundred deaths thanks to lightning in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand , Odisha, and Madhya Pradesh, according to a Kalbaisakhi bulletin issued jointly by the Climate Resilient Observing Units Advertising Council, the India

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To weather long-term changes to healthcare due to COVID-19, CFOs need an action plan

Joseph B. Hash

CFOs are mobilizing their organizations now to develop a strategic action plan to ensure their hospitals can keep their doors open.

Dan Michelson, CEO of Strata Decision Technology, said the COVID-19 crisis will likely push hospitals and health systems into a rolling financial forecasting mode of doing business — not just now, but in the future.

With a ton of healthcare industry data being funneled through Strata, Michelson looked at the numbers to see if hospitals are being reimbursed at the right level.

“Our analysis is that they’re not,” he said. “For the long-term impact, there’s no question it falls

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