Monthly Archives: July 2021

Thousands of Utahns celebrate the return of this 47-day tradition

Paola Sepulveda puts on an indigenous Pueblo penachos to parade in the 47 Days parade with the Mexican Consulate in Salt Lake City on Friday, July 23, 2021 (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY – The 47 Days Parade has been a part of Leah Muse’s life for over …

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Global Pet Vaccines Market Industry Share, Size, Gross Margin, Trend, Future Demand, and Forecast to 2025

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Discount retailer to open new NJ stores in Princeton, Freehold

PRINCETON – Ocean State Job Lot, a self-proclaimed “liquidation retailer”, will soon be moving into space at the Nassau Park Pavilion, formerly occupied by a Walmart that closed nearly a year ago. NJ.com reported that the store’s new location, if it opens as planned by the end of 2021, would …

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Why middle stocks will thrive during a recession

Oil prices exploded in 2020 on the back of declining demand for fuel, actually pushing the leading US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) briefly below zero at one point. But the giants of the middle industry Enterprise Product Partners (NYSE: EPD), Enbridge (NYSE: ENB), and Kinder Morgan (NYSE: KMI) increased …

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Intel Set To Hit Gross Margin Due To Increasing AMD Market Share

Chipmaker Intel Corporation is expected to post weak results today due to continued chip shortages and stiff competition from smaller rival, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc (AMD). Intel, which is also expected to share more details about its push in contract chip manufacturing soon, released a profit forecast of $ 17.8 …

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CIRP has become a little more transparent

Now PRs will also have to look at the borrowing deals that companies have made to see if there have been “exorbitant credit operations”. There is no doubt that the Corporate Insolvency Resolution (CIRP) process did not quite live up to expectations. Although the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code is an …

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NBER marks 2-month recession, hiring difficulties continue despite millions of jobless people, Covid factor could affect 10-year yield recovery

By BCM investment team The National Bureau of Economic Research’s decision to set the COVID recession at two months was surprising since more than a year and a half later, “normalization” is underway. And although longer-term inflation expectations have moderated (accepting the ‘transitional’ theme), 7 million Americans are still out …

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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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Queenslanders rise as southern interior shivers in sub-zero conditions

Temperatures have dropped in southern Queensland, with forecasts that cold weather records could drop this week. Key points: Parts of South Queensland are experiencing sub-zero conditions due to the wind chill factor The BoM predicts that some regions, including Maranoa and Warrego, could experience their coldest July morning on Thursday. …

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