Germany’s confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 431 to 178,281: RKI By Reuters

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BERLIN (Reuters) – The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 431 to 178,281, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases showed on Sunday.

The reported death toll rose by 31 to 8,247, the tally showed.

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Lululemon hits record high as athleisure emerges as a winner in work-from-home world

Lululemon Athletica Inc. notched an all-time high Thursday after shares climbed 92 per cent from a low in March as Wall Street bet that those working from home would purchase more athleisure wear.

The company’s product categories are in the sweet spot right now, analysts say, including B. Riley FBR’s Susan Anderson. “Casual, active, and lounge-wear is what’s selling; pretty much everyone has said that,” she said in a phone interview Thursday.

Before the pandemic, Lululemon’s online sales rose 35 per cent in its last full year, and Anderson expects the growth to have accelerated further this quarter. Meanwhile, many of the company’s physical stores remain closed in North America, with some markets beginning to reopen in accordance with local government mandates.

BMO Capital Markets analyst Simeon Siegel agreed Lululemon is an “at-home COVID winner.” But he questioned what that will mean longer term and said the potential risks are

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