Monthly Archives: January 2022

DoorDash: Why the stock is plummeting (NYSE: DASH)

Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images News In my last article about DoorDash (DASH) and its acquisition of Wolt, I warned that this acquisition could be a red flag: “I think this acquisition may indicate that the risk/reward ratio of DoorDash’s stock is less favorable than before, and therefore management believes this …

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Many BC ranchers affected by wildfires and floods have yet to receive financial assistance

Merritt, B.C. farmer Rhonda MacDonald was hit by a double whammy of wildfires and floods last year but has yet to receive promised financial aid from federal governments and provincial. MacDonald, owner of the Bar FX Ranch located between Highway 8 and the Nicola River, was one of the ranchers …

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production “abroad” is a threat to the market

A recession in the semiconductor market is coming in the fourth quarter of 2022 or the first quarter of 2023, says Malcolm Penn, leading industry analyst, Future Horizons. Penn was speaking at an online conference where he provided his forecast for the global chip market in 2022. His analysis is …

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Sonata Software – Q3 FY21-22 Consolidated EBIDTA at Rs. 147 Crores, 8% Quarterly Growth and 45% Annual Growth | APN News

Previous story: Opening of the IPO of Precision Metaliks Limited on January 19, 2022 Sonata Software – FY21-22 Third Quarter Consolidated EBIDTA at Rs. 147 Crores, 8% QoQ Growth and 45% YoY Growth Posted on January 19, 2022 Sonata Software, a global IT services and technology solutions company, today released …

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Eurogroup seeks path between high inflation and slower growth

BRUSSELS (AP) — Euro finance chiefs ventured into an exercise in political balancing act driven by conflicting economic forces on Monday: weaker growth prospects and higher inflation. Finance ministers from the 19 countries that share the euro currency have pledged to continue the fiscal stimulus of the European economy amid …

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Lords watchdog launches inquiry into Michelle Mone over ‘VIP lane’ contract | Conservatives

The House of Lords standards commissioner has launched an inquiry into Tory colleague Michelle Mone, over the PPE firm which secured £203m government contracts via the ‘VIP route’ after referring her to the Cabinet Office in May 2020. The investigation follows a complaint by Labor peer George Foulkes on January …

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Escalating US-NATO conflict with Russia leads to war

The United States and its European allies, using Ukraine as a pretext, are deliberately and recklessly stepping up their confrontation with Russia. Everything they say and do leads to the conclusion that war, declared or not, is their goal. A Russian T-72B3 tank fires as troops take part in exercises …

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And again: in a time of fears, crossing the ice ranks high

Sledding across the ice was a convenient shortcut for Vermonters, though it could sometimes prove fatal. Vermont History Photo “It is very common for sleighs, horses and men to fall through the ice, where the water is about a hundred feet deep; and you are only warned of your danger …

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