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Status of a manuscript whose required reviews are completed

It's worth pointing out that the status changes whenever all required reviews are completed, not when all reviews solicited have arrived. For example, if your journal only needs one review per paper, ...
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Is there a limit to the number of times a journal editor will send my paper for review if referees keep declining?

Editor here. There's a point where if everyone you ask declines to review the paper, you come to conclude that one of two possibilities must be the case: (i) the people you asked looked at the paper ...
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Is there a limit to the number of times a journal editor will send my paper for review if referees keep declining?

From my experience as editor, six reviewers declining to review is by no means a large number. The problem is exaggerated if the journals requires two reviews (I don't know about the practice at Phys ...
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Status of a manuscript whose required reviews are completed

I suspect that the editor in charge is either yet unaware of this or is too busy. Alternatively, the review(s) may not be sufficiently helpful. In any case, the editor should act and change the status....
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One week for minor revision: Indicator of predatory journal?

You can't begin to answer this question unless you first define what "predatory" means, and spoiler alert, that word is not well-defined. These days you get people calling X journal/...
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