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WARBY PARKER INC. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-K)

You should read the following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations together with our audited consolidated financial statements and related notes included elsewhere in this Annual Report on Form 10-K ("Form 10-K). This discussion and other parts of this Form 10-K contain forward-looking statements, such …

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Synthetic Lubricants Market 2022-2028 Revenue, Gross Profit, Business Distribution, Market Segmentation

The Global Synthetic lubricants market The research report gives a comprehensive analysis of the market size, market trends and market growth prospects. This report also provides detailed information on technology expenditure for the forecast period, which gives a unique view of the global synthetic lubricants market across multiple segments. The …

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The alternatives are the commodity supercycle or recession (NYSEARCA:SPY)

Eonen/E+ via Getty Images Below is a quote from an article published by Reuters on November 9, 2021: “We expect a structural bull market in commodities, very similar to what we saw in the 2000s or 70s,” Jeffrey Currie, global head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, told Reuters. Commodities …

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The man Biden needs to impress at tonight’s State of the Union

Tonight, during his State of the Union address, Joe Biden plans to turn to deficit reduction. The move appears designed to persuade one man — Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia — to sign parts of the president’s Build Back Better proposal. This new emphasis might give Hill buffs and …

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Schneider Electric says its revenues are limited by the supply chain • The Register

Schneider Electric is the latest tech company to blame supply chain constraints for holding back its commercial production, despite posting record revenue of 28.9 billion euros ($32.78 billion) in its results annuals for 2021 [PDF]. The power management and industrial automation giant ended the calendar year with a 7% rise …

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There is a recession on the way. This must not happen.

By Ian MacLean We are about to enter a completely unnecessary recession. President Joe Biden and his administration have created huge inflation. We all experience it. Instead of solving the problem with obvious solutions, the administration relies on the Federal Reserve to solve the inflation problem by raising interest rates. …

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PSO Records Highest Ever H1 Gross Revenue of Rs1.12trn – Business & Finance

KARACHI: The country’s largest energy company, Pakistan State Oil (PSO) continues to gain momentum and outperform the industry by posting the highest ever half-yearly gross income of Rs 1.12 trillion and profit after tax of Rs 32.2 billion (first half of 21: Rs 9.5 billion). Net profit translated into strong …

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The economy is good, actually

We have had the best labor market for 50 years. The US economy added 467,000 jobs in January, more than triple the 125,000 predicted by economists. According to the most recent data, the economy created 700,000 Following jobs at the end of last year than previously believed. Workers are quitting …

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What’s Driving the Marin County Ultranyx CEO to Pursue Rare Disease Treatments

Emil Kakkis has spent most of his career developing drugs for diseases most people have never heard of. The 61-year-old is the CEO and founder of Ultragenyx, a Marin County-based biopharmaceutical company focused on finding treatments for patients with rare genetic diseases. Kakkis began his career in academia in Southern …

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Supreme owner VF Corp slashes full-year revenue forecast amid supply chain chaos

VF Corporation bought global streetwear brand Supreme for £1.6 billion in December 2020. // VF Corporation tumbles after slashing revenue outlook amid supply chain issues // The company, which owns brands including The North Face, Supreme and Vans, now expects fiscal 2022 revenue to be around $11.85 billion. Shares of …

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Coming recession? Odds rise as Fed hikes interest rates

Editor’s Note: Dr. Mike Walden is Reynolds Professor Emeritus at North Carolina State University. +++ RALEIGH- Recessions are part of the business cycle. Each economic cycle contains a period of growth – called expansion – and a period of decline, called recession. Since World War II, there have been a …

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Sono-tek Corp (SOTK) Reports Increase in Third Quarter Revenue and Strong Order Book, Reiterates Expectations of Record Sales in 2022

Receive instant alerts for news on your actions. Claim your 1-week free trial for Street Insider Premium here. Sono-Tek Corporation (NASDAQ: SOTK), the leading developer and manufacturer of ultrasonic coating systems, today announced its financial results for the third quarter and first nine months of fiscal 2022, ended November 30, …

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Spending on goods could take precedence over meals and entertainment

The impact of omicron on consumer demand is unclear, but people who stay home because of the variant are more likely to spend their money on retail products rather than dining out. or to have fun in person, depending on National Retail Federation Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz. Kleinhenz noted in …

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NA Proactive News Snapshot: Co-Diagnostics Inc, BioPorto A / S, Organic Garage Ltd, Jack Nathan Medical Corp, Empower Clinics Inc UPDATE …

A look at some of the highlights from Proactive Investors US and Canada Newswire Day Co-Diagnostics (NASDAQ: CODX) Inc announced that it has completed the acquisition of Idaho Molecular Inc and Advanced Conception Inc to provide the company with all existing and future assets and intellectual property related to its …

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Is Society Pass a good stock of software to own?

Southeast Asian-focused e-commerce company, Society Pass Incorporated (SOPA), which is based at Carson City, Nevada, debuted on the stock exchange on November 9, 2021, going public via a traditional IPO. It raised $ 28.13 million in gross proceeds from the offering. The company’s shares were recently added to the Russell …

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Larry Summers warns of looming recession amid surging inflation

The host of “FOX Business Tonight” examines the cause of the rising gas prices. Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers warned on Thursday that the US economy could slide into a recession as the Federal Reserve takes what he described as long-delayed measures to calm inflation, the highest in nearly four …

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Home builders continue to catch up amid construction boom

There is a shortage of 1.35 million new homes since the Great Recession in the 35 largest US real estate markets, according to a new report from Zillow. This is equivalent to having no new homes built for 2.7 years, the company said. Manufacturers are rushing to catch up, but …

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The economy is expected to emerge from recession in 2022, but it could be a miserable recovery

OPINION: Unpleasant surprises aside, 2022 is shaping up to be a year of nauseating recovery in the economic impact of Covid restrictions. But economists do not foresee any simple veils and warn that much will depend on whether migrants choose and are again able to move to New Zealand in …

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‘Wake up’: markets ask central banks to keep inflation under control | Inflation

FFinancial markets fear that the world’s major central banks risk an ‘economic catastrophe’ by misjudging the threat of rising inflation and failing to turn off the stimulus taps that have flooded the global economy with silver . From the Federal Reserve to the European Central Bank, policymakers are grappling with …

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Where have all the workers gone? The big resignation hits the mark in California

Economic recovery from the 2020 recession is currently out of reach. But unlike the recovery from the 2008 recession, when jobs were scarce, today’s recovery is upside down, driven by Great resignation workers who are fed up with poor working conditions and ready to demand change. The number of workers …

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Monster Beverage: more profit and more pain to come

Monster Drink (NASDAQ: MNST) is grappling with soaring costs for raw materials like aluminum. In this “Beat & Raise” music video, recorded on November 5 Fool.com contributors Brian Withers and Demitri Kalogeropoulos discuss highlights from the company’s latest earnings report, as well as some reasons why it’s not too late …

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Economic recession: will Santa’s bag be lighter this Christmas? | New

Find out why the economy might have Rudolph guiding a lighter sled this holiday season. Welcome to LSU Tiger TV: the official LSU TV channel Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @lsutigertv Check us out on our website to find out more! https://www.tigertv.tv/ Head to the Mall of Louisiana, …

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European Commission predicts strong Irish growth

The Irish economy is expected to grow overall by 14.6% this year, according to the European Commission’s autumn 2021 economic forecast released today. The economy is expected to grow 5.1% in 2022 and 4.1% in 2023, the Commission added. The Commission said the country’s GDP is expected to grow very …

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Discussion and analysis by the management of NOVANTA INC of the financial situation and operating results (Form 10-Q)

Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations ("MD&A") should be read in conjunction with the Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes included in Item 1 of this Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q. The MD&A contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities …

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How Zillow Home Buyers Exploded & Where iBuyers Go From Here

The housing market timeline is notoriously tough – just ask Zillow Group . The Seattle-based real estate technology company shut down its Zillow bidding platform last week after paying too much for the homes it intends to sell. The blunder was from Zillow; the so-called iBuying business is not going …

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PC slowdown shouldn’t hurt Microsoft’s revenue, and here’s why

The slowdown in personal computer sales due to supply chain issues in recent months is said to have hurt Microsoft Corp. in recent years, but the company’s backbone to cloud computing and cloud software is expected to isolate it from any impact on profits. Microsoft MSFT, -0.51% is expected to …

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DXP ENTERPRISES: 10-K / A – Discussion and analysis by management of the financial position and operating results

The following discussion and analysis should be read in conjunction with the Consolidated Financial Statements and related notes contained within Item 8 - Financial Statements and Supplementary Data and the other financial information found elsewhere in this Report. Management's Discussion and Analysis uses forward-looking statements that involve certain risks and …

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COVID-19 recession officially ended before Biden took office

The recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic officially lasted only two months and ended in April 2020. But Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg mistakenly credited President Joe Biden with pulling “this economy out of the way. teeth of a terrifying recession ”. Buttigieg made his remarks on CNN’s ‘State of the …

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Supply chain crisis could last until next year, warns Pete Buttigieg

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said on Sunday that it was likely the United States would see some supply chain issues linger until 2021 and 2022. Speaking on CNN State of the Union, the secretary claimed that the Biden administration was working to alleviate supply chain problems presented by the Covid-19 …

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Life Insurance Market Study, Growth Opportunities, Analysis Report and Forecast 2021-2026 | Recovery from Covid-19

The recent study on the life insurance market provides a detailed examination of the growth drivers, expansion opportunities, restraints and challenges influencing the dynamics of the industry during the forecast period. The report predicts that the life insurance market will register an annual growth rate of XX% over the analysis …

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Looming recession? Falling consumer confidence is a strong indicator of the economic slowdown

Sefa Ozel / iStock.com Although job and wage growth is on the rise, the US economy could experience an economic recession by the end of 2021, according to economists David Blanchflower of Dartmouth College and Alex Bryson of University College London . See: IMF lowers US growth forecast, citing supply …

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Briefcase: business extracts from South Africa

In this week’s briefcase, GFG Alliance says it has entered into a debt financing deal for its Australian operations, Wine Australia announces its new CEO, and Marmota takes full ownership of a uranium building in northeastern Australia. State. The Executive Chairman of GFG Alliance, Sanjeev Gupta. Photo: David Mariuz / …

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Germany risks ‘bottleneck recession’ as industrial production slows

German industrial production fell more sharply than expected in August as supply chain friction stoked fears of a “bottleneck recession” in Europe’s largest economy. Federal statistics agency Destatis said industrial production fell 4% after rebounding in July, according to seasonally adjusted figures. “Producers continue to report that production is limited …

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Inflation weighs on McCormick’s third quarter results

The boom in home cooks is not over. McCormick (NYSE: MKC) last week reported surprisingly strong sales growth as consumers continued to prepare more meals at home than they did before the pandemic. This increase in demand persisted even as restaurants reopened and people returned to more normal mobility patterns. …

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From paints to plastics, a shortage of chemicals is igniting prices

In an economy shattered by the pandemic, shortages and price spikes are now severing one of the humblest but most vital links in the global manufacturing supply chain: plastic pellets which come in a vast array. of products, ranging from grain bags to medical devices. , from automotive interiors to …

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Bed Bath & Beyond shares collapse 22% on wiping out earnings

Back in June, Bed bath and beyond (NASDAQ: BBBY) released what appeared to be a lowball forecast for the second quarter of its 2021 fiscal year. The iconic retailer requested sales (adjusted for disposals) to be slightly below 2019 levels, despite single-digit sales growth single digit. Meanwhile, US home furnishings …

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Recession in South Africa drives SADC

Mpho Tebele Gaborone – An economic slowdown in South Africa due to COVID-19 has spread to other member states of the Southern African Development Community, according to a report by the South African Road Transport Agency. South Africa is the largest economy in the bloc and the most industrialized country. …

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The motorhome market is booming, and that’s great news for this stock

INow is the perfect time to be a part of the recreational vehicle industry. Sales are set to skyrocket in 2021 as consumers, full of cash, search for ways to vacation closer to home while spending time outdoors. Thor Industries (NASDAQ: THOR), a major global player, just announced results that …

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US economy set to accelerate after delta recession

The Covid-19 Delta variant appeared to dampen economic growth this summer, but economists expect the pandemic recovery to accelerate again as damage from the virus is mitigated. In recent weeks, many economists have seen economic growth in the third quarter, mainly because consumers delayed spending on food, hotels and airline …

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CredAvenue Debt Market Raises $ 90 Million in Series A Financing Led by Sequoia Capital

CredAvenue, a marketplace for financial services companies and businesses to discover lending and borrowing opportunities, has raised $ 90 million (Rs 667 crore) in its Series A funding round led by Sequoia Capital. Lightspeed venture capital fund, mid-market-focused private equity firm TVS Capital Funds and social impact investor Lightrock also …

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Nike shares tumble after first quarter results reveal supply chain disruption

Nike (NYSE: NKE) released results for its first quarter of fiscal 2022 that disappointed investors. The stock was down 6% the day after the announcement as the company suffered from disruptions in the global supply chain. Nike noted that sales could have been better if they had had the inventory …

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OECD warns of ending stimulus policies despite inflationary pressures | OECD

The leading Western economic think-tank has warned governments and central banks against withdrawing support for growth too hastily, fearing that the recovery from the pandemic-induced recession may be incomplete. The Paris-based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said the continuation of the stimulus policies of the past 18 months …

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Uneven optimism in USMCA companies

If there is one thing that is clear looking back over the past year and a half, it is that Covid-19 and the pandemic recession have created uncertainty and instability for businesses around the world. This reality is well documented in the results of the USMCA Payment Practices Barometer (PPB) …

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Fourth Quarter Costco Profit Snapshot: What to Watch

Investors have big questions before Costco‘s (NASDAQ: COT) report on fourth quarter and full year results. In a few days, the warehouse giant will unveil detailed sales and earnings trends while commenting on its outlook for the final months of fiscal 2021. We already know that the channel had significant …

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A recession-proof security for your portfolio

Saputo (TSX: SAP) sells products in several countries under market-leading brands as well as under private labels. In contrast, the foodservice market segment came under pressure when temporary dining room closures were imposed. During the pandemic, Saputo’s U.S. sector was hit the hardest due to a large foodservice footprint, hampering …

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COVID-19 has caused a global recession, especially with regard to women’s reproductive and sexual health rights

Exceptional measures used by governments and health authorities during the COVID-19 pandemic, including lockdowns, quarantine and reorganization of medical services. Directly influenced sexual and reproductive health and the full realization of rights. This was especially true for women and girls. These impacts are felt at many levels and require a …

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Oil, Mining Losses Drag FTSE 100

The FTSE 100 closed Thursday due to losses for oil and mining companies. “The FTSE 100 provided a real weak point today, ruled out of the excitement related to the European Central Bank and without much technology to lift it higher,” said Chris Beauchamp, chief market analyst at IG. Companies …

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Responses to the recession – 2008 vs 2020

By Morf Morford Tacoma Daily Index Americans are known to have short memories and a less than complete understanding of history. We expect our financial leaders to understand the nuances and pitfalls of economic forecasting a little better. Or even in their understanding of the past. Please consider disabling your …

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Market Applications, Types and Growing Trends, Gross Margin and Market Share 2026

The main objective of the Internet TV market business intelligence report is to predict the performance of the industry in the coming years and help stakeholders to make informed decisions. The study focuses on key trends and how these can be harnessed to create future opportunities. It also helps develop …

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Market Applications, Types and Growing Trends, Gross Margin and Market Share 2027

The Global Bioprocess Integrity Testing Systems Sales Market is expected to register growth during the forecast period. Bioprocess Integrity Testing Systems Sales Market Size by type of product (Destructive Testing and Non-Destructive Testing), By application (Biopharmaceutical Industry, Biotechnology Industry, Others, Bioprocess Integrity Testing Systems Market is analyzed and market size …

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Tour de France 2021 – The new economic cycle

Over the past 12 months my cycling trips have been reduced to zero and while I have cycled through a few French Alps last summer and through the Somerset Hills in recent weeks, my relative lack of cycling during the lockdown gave me a lot more time to focus on …

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Economist Says US Economy to Fully Recover This Month | Tim speaks | Tim hunt

Christopher Thornberg presented his annual economic update to the East Bay Economic Development Alliance on Wednesday and highlighted how the pandemic-induced recession is different from the Great Recession. He said he predicted a V-shaped recovery last May in his annual update and that happened except for being slowed down by …

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Will airlines ever really ban alcohol?

Richard Branson, co-founder of Virgin Atlantic Airways, left, in a leather flight jacket and helmet … [+] with fellow co-founder of Virgin Atlantic Airways Randolph Fields, an Anglo-American lawyer, at a press conference to launch the airline at Kensington Roof Gardens in London, UK, Thursday April 5, 1984. Friday June …

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Great Value Rotation May Be Over As Investors Reclaim Technology

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), May 19, 2021. NYSE Is the large value rotation complete? The S&P 500 is at an all-time high, but investors who earlier this year overweighted their portfolios in reopening stocks like Caterpillar and banks, and away from tech stocks and other growth …

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REV: Discussion and analysis by management of the financial position and operating results. (form 10-Q)

This management's discussion and analysis should be read in conjunction with the Condensed Unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements and risk factors contained in this Form 10-Q as well as the Management's Discussion and Analysis and Risk Factors and audited consolidated financial statements and the related notes included in our Annual Report …

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QUOTIENT: Management report and analysis of financial position and operating results (Form 10-K)

You should read the following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations in conjunction with the financial statements and the related notes to those statements included later in this Annual Report on Form 10-K. Our discussion of results for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2019 …

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Global and local factors drive record beef prices around the world – Rabobank Report

Global and local factors drive record beef prices around the world – Rabobank Report A combination of global and localized factors is creating a “very tight” global beef cattle market – with high demand and record prices in many parts of the world – and this coincides with a fundamental …

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Auto and Truck Sales Show: The Inflation Mindset Has Changed, Consumers Are Ready To Pay Much More, Not Only Generating Record Sales But Also Record Gross Profits

This change in mentality about inflation is probably not “temporary”. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. Record retail sales of new vehicles despite reduced incentives by automakers, record transaction prices for new vehicles, soaring used vehicle prices and trade-in values, very tight stocks on popular models and record profits for …

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Credit Suisse scrambles to reimburse investors for its Greensill support fund, but expects losses from collapsed company

VS says Switzerland, the giant investment bank that set up an investor fund to back Greensill before it collapsed, said it had paid them $ 3.1 billion so far and hoped more would follow. . The banking giant’s funds supporting supply chain finance raked in $ 10 billion from investors, …

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