Elizabeth Martin, head of EMEA Equities Execution Services and Systematic Market Making, discusses the evolving liquidity landscape, the advancement of electronic trading and how European clients are navigating the capital markets heading into the second half of the year. Susie Scher of the Investment Banking Division talks about how companies are meeting their financing needs in this environment and the broader sentiment for banking activity in the second half of America appears to be at a point of reckoning with its long history of social and economic racial inequality. How to close the large and persistent Black-white earnings and wealth gaps central to this inequality is not just Top of Mind , but one of the most pressing questions of our time. Goldman Sachs virtually convened business leaders, policymakers and healthcare experts from June 15 to 19, for a live series of timely and informative conversations on the way forward during these unprecedented times.
Crayola Crayon History
The History Behind Crayola Crayons
Italy, often referred to as 'lo Stivale' or 'the Boot' because of its high-heeled boot-like shape, is the 11th largest country in continental Europe. People who live in Italy are called Italians and they speak Italian. The weather in Italy is variable, with cold winters and snow in the north and very hot summers in the south. Italy is a popular tourist destination with both skiiers and beach-goers! Famous Italians invented lots of things and foods that we still use and eat today, such as the thermometer and pizza, and many world-famous artists and musicians were Italian.
Student's physics homework picked up by Amazon quantum researchers
It used to be that students were the only ones complaining about the practice of assigning homework. For years, teachers and parents thought that homework was a necessary tool when educating children. But studies about the effectiveness of homework have been conflicting and inconclusive, leading some adults to argue that homework should become a thing of the past. According to Duke professor Harris Cooper, it's important that students have homework.
Woo hoo! It's the weekend in Wonderopolis! That means no school for two whole days.