It was Friedrich Nietzsche who wrote, “Well the years start coming and they don't stop coming”, probably. We’ll check later. In the meantime we can but note that it’s a Friday, apparently, which amid the ceaseless tide of red numbers and constricted circumstances means we can at least look forward to two days of looking at fewer red numbers. Here’s what midsession looks like: Pearson, then, and Morgan Stanley’s put a pin in all that distance-learning hype that had put a floor under the stock in recent weeks. People still need to go places, MoSt says under the headline, “Financially sound, structurally challenged and valuation not attractive”:Disruption to Global Assessment: In its new divisional breakdown, Global Assessment is Pearson’s largest 2019 EBITA contributor at 36% of the
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