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Unemployment Benefits That Can Get You Payday Loans

Unemployment Benefits That Can Get You Payday Loans

The world is not predictable. Even when you think you’re in the right direction in your financial situation then something unexpected happens. For instance, you might find yourself with a vehicle that won’t start. If a mechanic tells you that it will cost you $600 to fix your car, you’ll have to come …

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3 safe dividend stocks to buy as recession risk rises

The year has not been easy for stock market investors. Since the start of 2022, tighter central bank policy and the raging war between Russia and Ukraine have provided strong headwinds to the global economy, putting pressure on the 13-year-old bull run. years for US stocks. While cutting its outlook …

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DOMA HOLDINGS, INC. – 10-K – Management report and analysis of the financial situation and operating results

The following discussion and analysis of the financial condition and results of operations of Doma should be read together with the audited consolidated financial statements as of December 31, 2021 and 2020 and for the years ended December 31, 2021, 2020, and 2019 together with the related notes thereto, contained …

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Coping with Lanka’s currency crisis | Print edition

Public. There are many debates these days about why Sri Lanka should or should not seek assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to overcome the current debilitating economic crisis. Looking at four things about the current economic situation which is historically unprecedented for Sri Lanka – the country’s reserves …

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For these hospitality workers, the pandemic recession is still not over

Joseph Tolbert, an employee of a Washington, DC hotel outside of the Washington Hilton, who called him back for a few days of work. (Photo: Michael A. McCoy for HuffPost) Joseph Tolbert was recently called back to his post in the banqueting department at the Washington Hilton for the first …

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The horticultural sector praises currency retention, but . . .

the herald Nelson Gahadza –Senior Business Journalist The Horticultural Development Council (HDC) hailed the 100% retention on the extra portion of export earnings as good for the industry. However, he pointed out that the provision largely benefits new exporters who do not have a revenue base set by the Reserve …

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CHEFS’ WAREHOUSE, INC. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-K)

The following discussion should be read in conjunction with information included in Item 8 of this report. Unless otherwise indicated, the terms "Company", "Chefs' Warehouse", "we", "us", and "our" refer to The Chefs' Warehouse, Inc. and its subsidiaries. Overview and recent developments Overview We are a premier distributor of specialty …

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Fed rate hikes and recessions

Baris-Ozer/iStock via Getty Images It’s no secret that the Federal Reserve is almost certain to raise the federal funds rate following the March 15-16 committee meeting. The bond market has been anticipating higher rates for some time, and market interest rates have risen over the past year and a half, …

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Stock Energizer: Oversold, Own It Short Term (NYSE: ENR)

SWKrullImaging/iStock Editorial via Getty Images Energizing assets (NYSE: ENR) faces weak organic revenue growth, battling gross margin compression due to inflation, fierce competition from generic brands and high debt. Some of these issues are not unique to Energizer. Many companies in the consumer staples sector are facing weak revenue growth …

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Intel’s ‘absurdly bullish’ long-term forecast sends stocks to lowest since 2020

Intel Corp. disappointed analysts with its short-to-mid-term targets at an investor day Thursday, and analysts collectively shook their heads at an “absurdly bullish” long-term forecast for which “stocks are priced in a short [to] no chance of success. Intel INTC, -5.32% Shares fell 5.3% on Friday to close at $45.04, …

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2021 Dividend Income Update | Looking for Alpha

erdikocak/iStock via Getty Images It’s time to post my total 2021 dividends received from three stock accounts. Total dividends from my brokerage account: $13,232.01 Total dividends from my Roth account: $703.44 Total dividends from my IRA account: $99.45 Grand total for 2021: $14,034.90 My overall portfolio values ​​and financial mental …

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The Best Marijuana Stocks to Watch for Valentine’s Day 2022

Top Cannabis Stocks to Watch Next Week In February, top marijuana stocks to watch saw some upside after setting new lows to start 2022. This month, another attempt by Rep. Ed Perlmutter to tie the SAFE Banking Act to a major House manufacturing and innovation has become a catalyst for …

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Economic recession possible in 2022 as consumption weakens

The economy could be on the brink of a recession as “crabbing consumers” lack new stimulus, Doubleline’s Jeffrey Gundlach told CNBC on Friday. He said indicators of a recession in the bond market were starting to seep in and could be exacerbated by interest rate hikes. “It’s a prelude to …

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PSO Records Highest Ever H1 Gross Revenue of Rs1.12trn – Business & Finance

KARACHI: The country’s largest energy company, Pakistan State Oil (PSO) continues to gain momentum and outperform the industry by posting the highest ever half-yearly gross income of Rs 1.12 trillion and profit after tax of Rs 32.2 billion (first half of 21: Rs 9.5 billion). Net profit translated into strong …

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The Fed may have to force a recession to get inflation under control

There were no encouraging signs in the Labor Department report which showed the Consumer Price Index rose 7.5% more than expected in January from a year earlier, marking a new high in four decades. The gains were wide and deep, suggesting inflation is taking root and potentially putting the Federal …

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Dembele looks like a valid bet for Chelsea but it would be a costly declaration of faith in Tuchel – The Athletic

Thomas Tuchel has generally avoided talking about contracted players at other clubs, but last month he made a rare exception. “He’s a very good player, and I’m very lucky to have coached him during my time at Borussia Dortmund,” the Chelsea head coach said of disgruntled winger Ousmane Dembele. Barcelona …

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Why Activist Investors Are Targeting Department Stores

Change is coming to department stores, whether they like it or not. This week, two investment groups moved to buy US chain Kohl’s: a consortium of investors backed by hedge fund Starboard Value LP made a $9 billion bid, and private equity firm Sycamore Partners would prepare a competing offer. …

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Oatly Stock: Risks Remain Over Delayed Production Increases (NASDAQ: OTLY)

AaronAmat/iStock via Getty Images Investment thesis Oatly (OTLY) is doing well in terms of building a market-leading brand, converting customers to plant-based milk alternatives, and expanding globally. Unfortunately, all of this comes at a price where shareholders ultimately have to foot the bill. Equities have corrected, but we see additional …

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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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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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Recession watch: how far will the Fed go to control inflation?

(Kitco News) Gold is off to an encouraging start to the year as analysts weigh the consequences of a potential error by the Federal Reserve. The precious metal is up more than 1% as the inflation narrative attracts new investors. Here’s a look at the top three Kitco stories of …

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NVDA: Best Buy for 2022: NVIDIA vs. Himax Technologies

The growing adoption of consumer electronics, automobiles, industrial tools, and networking products has created strong demand for semiconductors since the pandemic, creating a global shortage of chips. However, increased government and business investments allowed companies to increase their production capacity to cope with the shortage. Global semiconductor industry sales increased …

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NA Proactive News Snapshot: Co-Diagnostics Inc, BioPorto A / S, Organic Garage Ltd, Jack Nathan Medical Corp, Empower Clinics Inc UPDATE …

A look at some of the highlights from Proactive Investors US and Canada Newswire Day Co-Diagnostics (NASDAQ: CODX) Inc announced that it has completed the acquisition of Idaho Molecular Inc and Advanced Conception Inc to provide the company with all existing and future assets and intellectual property related to its …

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Taxing Economic Credibility | The trump

Gone are the days when political leaders saw credibility as their most valuable asset. From presidents to prime ministers, economic policymakers have traversed the territory beyond the familiar terrain of political hyperbole, becoming increasingly disconnected from voters’ own understanding of reality. There are several explanations for this. First, today’s communications …

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Blackstone stuck with IPO hiccups this year including Bumble, Oatly

It’s been a banner year for IPOs, but it has also been a mixed bag – and billionaire Stephen Schwarzman’s Blackstone group is one of those investors who pick their failures. The private equity giant has a significant stake in 10 companies that went public on the New York Stock …

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5 supercharged stocks that can turn $ 100,000 into $ 1 million by 2036

Ddespite increased volatility over the past two weeks, Wall Street is on track for another record year. The wide S&P 500 hit 67 closing records in 2021 (second of all time), and it has more than doubled its average annual total return by 11%, including dividends, dating back four decades. …

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Investors Respond to Federal Reserve Announcement of Higher Than Expected Inflation

Former Wells Fargo chief economist John Silvia and Federated Hermes CIO of global equities Steve Auth speak on the Federal Reserve’s announcement on the economic move. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell held his last press conference of the year on Wednesday and investors are clinging to his words that inflation …

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Six winter horse care tips to keep them happy and healthy this season

Winter can be a tough time to own horses: fewer daylight hours, colder temperatures, ice buckets and lots of mud. While the weather can be unpredictable, you don’t have to be stressful to deal with your horse during the colder season. Making a winter management plan can help you feel …

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Every recession is preceded by an inverted curve, but not everyone ends in a recession

Outlook: We get the November PPI today, probably again at 9% and the core at 7.2% versus 6.8% last time around (consensus and estimate from Trading Economics). Tomorrow is retail sales before the Fed’s statement. Everyone is building scenarios for the Fed and the economy next year, and therefore the …

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Ready for tax season? Here’s what you need to know

The official tax season won’t start for another month, but planning for tax season is well advanced on many farms. “Many producers meet with their tax planner to see what their tax liability will look like in 2022,” says Dario Arezzo, senior tax advisor at Farm Credit East. The proposals …

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GameStop Earnings: The Emperor Has No Clothes

On Wednesday, GameStop (NYSE: GME) released its latest results report. Unsurprisingly, the company continued to fight mightily during its fiscal third quarter. As sales rebounded from a large pandemic-induced drop in 2020, GameStop’s losses widened further. Management continues to insist that its turnaround strategy will drive significant revenue growth over …

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Digital Realty announces successful listing of Digital Core REIT on the Singapore Stock Exchange

AUSTIN, Texas, December 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), the world’s largest provider of cloud and carrier neutral data center, colocation and interconnect solutions, today announced the successful listing of Digital Core REIT as a listed autonomous vehicle on the Singapore Stock Exchange. Digital Realty contributed …

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Manchester United’s Ralf Rangnick wants RB Leipzig pair Christopher Nkunku and Amadou Haidara E! News UK

United target double signing Manchester United have been linked with two midfielders in the winter transfer window. The Mirror reports that new United boss Ralf Rangnick has been given a budget of £ 100million, with £ 63million earmarked for Erling Haaland next summer. Prior to that, RB Leipzig pair Amadou …

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Best marijuana stocks to watch before December 2021

Main cannabis stocks and possible catalysts in December Looking for the best cannabis stocks to buy before December? On Black Friday, most of the cannabis industry saw a downturn due to renewed concerns over Covid-19 and a new variant found in Africa. In general, November saw an increase in market …

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New rehabilitation options for small businesses in Thailand

One way to measure business distress is the number of bankruptcy claims filed, which rose sharply in 2021. Often viewed as a last resort, this indicates that despite continued support from government and financial institutions, many businesses are considering the filing for bankruptcy as the best solution. option for their …

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MIchelle Singletary: Want to be part of the great retirement boom?

I laughed when my daughter recently said she was ready to retire. She is 26 years old. Of course, she wasn’t serious, but after nine months of full-time employment and she’s already thinking about how she might retire early at age 55. And she is not alone. Early retirement was …

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Monster Beverage: more profit and more pain to come

Monster Drink (NASDAQ: MNST) is grappling with soaring costs for raw materials like aluminum. In this “Beat & Raise” music video, recorded on November 5 Fool.com contributors Brian Withers and Demitri Kalogeropoulos discuss highlights from the company’s latest earnings report, as well as some reasons why it’s not too late …

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Obituary of Richard GUNOFF (1926 – 2021) – Kelowna, C.-B.

GUNOFF, Richard Alexander: June 22, 1926 – November 14, 2021 (Age 95) June 22, 1926, D’arcy Saskatchewan November 14, 2021, Kelowna, British Columbia GUNOFF, Richard Alexander “Dick” passed away peacefully at Cottonwoods Care Home in Kelowna , BC on Sunday, November 14, 2021, at the age of 95. Richard is …

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Why this is important – The DBT News

Xeris Biopharma Holdings Inc. [NASDAQ: XERS] traded high on 11/15/21 posting a gain of 15.89 after which it closed today’s session at $ 2.48. The company announced on November 10, 2021 that Xeris Biopharma is releasing its third quarter 2021 financial results and other highlights. Acquisition of Strongbridge Biopharma completed …

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why Juniper Networks Inc. [JNPR] is a good choice for investors after new price target of $ 28.29 – The DBT News

Juniper Networks Inc. [NYSE: JNPR] traded high on 11/10/21 posting a gain of 1.05 after which it closed the day’s session at $ 31.75. The company reports on November 4, 2021 that Juniper Networks is announcing the date and webcast information for upcoming investor events. Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a …

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Imago BioSciences pays off – GuruFocus.com

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., November 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Imago BioSciences, Inc. (“Imago”) (IMGO), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company that discovers new drugs for the treatment of myeloproliferative neoplasms (NMPs), today released its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2021 and reported highlighting recent company updates. “During …

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Discussion and analysis by the management of NOVANTA INC of the financial situation and operating results (Form 10-Q)

Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations ("MD&A") should be read in conjunction with the Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes included in Item 1 of this Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q. The MD&A contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities …

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The benefits of XPO are impressive. The stock fell anyway.

Text size XPO Logistics operates its own truck driving school. Andreistanescu / Dream time Stock in XPO Logistics is down even as the truck broker and shipping service provider posted record sales and profits above Wall Street estimates. The results show that it is good to be a truck broker …

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Should you change your investment strategy during a recession?

In this episode of “The 5”, recorded on October 11, Jason Hall, Taylor Carmichael and Danny Vena discuss their investment strategies when the economy begins to decline. Are you buying the same type of stocks that you always buy? Are you buying a different group of stocks? Or are you …

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Mine is a light beer: UK to review alcohol taxes

Posted on Wednesday, October 27, 2021 | 9:55 a.m. Updated 1 hour and 18 minutes ago LONDON (AP) – Taxes on alcoholic beverages in the UK are drastically simplified as part of the biggest overhaul in more than 140 years, UK Treasury Chief Rishi Sunak said in his annual budget …

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Ford and Toyota both now have hybrid truck engines. The way there was a strange

Akio Toyoda, the grandson of Toyota founder Kiichiro Toyoda, became president of Toyota in June 2009. Thanks to the Great Recession, he had to recover from Toyota’s biggest loss in its history: 4.4 billion dollars for the year. . Before he could make a dent in that staggering number, he …

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PC slowdown shouldn’t hurt Microsoft’s revenue, and here’s why

The slowdown in personal computer sales due to supply chain issues in recent months is said to have hurt Microsoft Corp. in recent years, but the company’s backbone to cloud computing and cloud software is expected to isolate it from any impact on profits. Microsoft MSFT, -0.51% is expected to …

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DXP ENTERPRISES: 10-K / A – Discussion and analysis by management of the financial position and operating results

The following discussion and analysis should be read in conjunction with the Consolidated Financial Statements and related notes contained within Item 8 - Financial Statements and Supplementary Data and the other financial information found elsewhere in this Report. Management's Discussion and Analysis uses forward-looking statements that involve certain risks and …

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The Fiji Times »COVID-19 Recession – The Impact on the Pacific Region

The socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 devastate communities in the Pacific and Timor-Leste as much as the virus itself, and sometimes to an even greater extent. World Vision surveyed 752 households (with an average of six people per household) in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste and Vanuatu in late 2020 …

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3 best tech stocks to buy during a recession

Recessions do not affect all sectors in the same way. And depending on what’s causing the recession, an industry could get away with virtually unscathed. In the economic downturn associated with the dotcom collapse, employment in the United States fell only 1.3%. During the financial crisis, overall employment fell by …

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Briefcase: business extracts from South Africa

In this week’s briefcase, GFG Alliance says it has entered into a debt financing deal for its Australian operations, Wine Australia announces its new CEO, and Marmota takes full ownership of a uranium building in northeastern Australia. State. The Executive Chairman of GFG Alliance, Sanjeev Gupta. Photo: David Mariuz / …

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Timber harvest: new report shows decline, but stability | New

Timber harvests fell for the second year in 2019 in northwestern Oregon. The 2019 harvest was down 11% from 2018 and 15% from 2017. The total harvest in 2019 was about 9% lower than the average for the previous 10 years. Employment in the lumber industry declined slightly in 2019 …

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Square Share Could Increase 25%, As Cash App Developer A Key Fintech Innovator, Jefferies Says

Square’s Cash app. SOPA Images / Getty Images Square stock could climb 25% from current levels at $ 300, Jefferies said in a note Thursday. The payments technology company has been upgraded to a buy rating and its price target increased to $ 265. Jefferies sees its Cash App product …

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Sub-Saharan Africa emerges from recession in 2021 but recovery remains vulnerable

WASHINGTON, October 6, 2021 – Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to emerge from the 2020 recession triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic with growth expected to increase by 3.3% in 2021. This is 1% more than forecast April 2021 according to the latest edition of Africa’s Pulse. This rebound is currently fueled …

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Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram crash during major outage

gHello. Evergrande shares were suspended this morning as rumors circulate of a major bailout deal for the beleaguered real estate giant. Trading was on hold pending the announcement of a “major trade,” Evergrande said in a stock file. The company’s property management arm said it was halted ahead of a …

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This neglected insurance title could be boosted in a recession

Hold company Markel (NYSE: MKL) has a strong portfolio of insurance and investment operations. It has fallen behind the market in recent years as investors have turned to tech stocks and other more exciting opportunities. In this video from “The 5” on Motley Fool Live, recorded on September 23, Fool.com …

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Inflation weighs on McCormick’s third quarter results

The boom in home cooks is not over. McCormick (NYSE: MKC) last week reported surprisingly strong sales growth as consumers continued to prepare more meals at home than they did before the pandemic. This increase in demand persisted even as restaurants reopened and people returned to more normal mobility patterns. …

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Australian Real Estate: Homeowners Make Millions Selling Homes

Now is the best time in 10 years to profit from the sale of a property, with state owners raking in millions from their homes. Sydney residents have made millions from Australia’s housing boom as homeowners across the country are raking in profits, with new research showing now is the …

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Surplus pension funds are not meant to be spent on higher benefits | Opinion

Sometimes “no” isn’t just the right answer; he is the only realist. Kentucky Government Retirees Chairman Jim Carroll told the Public Pension Oversight Board (PPOB) that he believes offering state retirees a cost of living adjustment (COLA) of 1.5% for the next five years was the right thing to do …

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How Anomalies defined Angela Merkel’s career as “Queen of Europe”

Often referred to as the Chancellor of Europe, Angela Merkel, is expected to step down as German Chancellor after 16 years in office. For her supporters, she has led a stable Germany through many global crises, provided stable leadership and maintained a “united” Germany. Critics, on the other hand, would …

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Premier Investments ready for reopening

This story features PREMIER INVESTMENTS LIMITED and other companies. For more information SHARE ANALYSIS: PMV Optimism prevails at Premier Investments, which is poised for an expected increase in customer numbers as stores reopen and a new year looms -Brands will benefit from reopening stores and expanding online without the need …

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Nike shares tumble after first quarter results reveal supply chain disruption

Nike (NYSE: NKE) released results for its first quarter of fiscal 2022 that disappointed investors. The stock was down 6% the day after the announcement as the company suffered from disruptions in the global supply chain. Nike noted that sales could have been better if they had had the inventory …

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In times of storm, dividends are a life jacket

The FOMC meeting ended yesterday, with members predicting an annual inflation rate of 4.2% by the end of the year. 3.4% was the forecast in June, with 2% being the long-term target. In times of inflation, dividends can be used as a hedge. Although the Fed admits inflation is higher …

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2 very high quality ASX shares to be held on September 22, 2021

Image source: Getty Images Some high quality ASX stocks may be worth holding for the long term. Quality investments can offer better growth potential or greater reliability over time. There are a number of factors to consider with businesses including their market share, profit margins, and continued growth. Here are …

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Which railroad stock is a better buy?

Union Pacific Corporation (UNP), which is headquartered in Omaha, Neb., and CSX Corporation (CSX), in Jacksonville, Florida, are two popular railroad operating companies in the United States. UNP transports agricultural, automotive and chemical products and offers long-haul routes from all major West Coast and Gulf Coast ports to the eastern …

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Investor column: Accesso Technology Group, Pendragon, Petra Diamonds

PURCHASE: Accesso Technology Group (ACSO) With the relaxation of pandemic restrictions, Accesso is taking advantage of new customer behavior, writes Christopher Akers. The publicly traded Accesso Technology Group recorded strong sales and profit margins in its interim results as of June 30. After a disappointing 2020, when the group was …

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Inflation in the Shadow of Debt by John H. Cochrane

Generally speaking, inflation can be stabilized with little recession if people believe that the necessary policy tightening will be carried through, rather than given up at the first signs of pain. Unfortunately, the US economic authorities have done little to inspire such confidence. STANFORD – Inflation today is transitory, our …

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Estonian ‘automatic liquidation’ DeFi platform Minterest raises $ 6.5 million

Decentralized Funding Protocol Minterest has just secured $ 6.5 million in funding for a long-term performance optimization platform. The private fundraiser was funded by a number of venture capital firms including KR1, DigiStrats, Bitscale Capital, PNYX Ventures, CMT Digital and others. The Estonia-based team intends to use the funding to …

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DeFi Lending Platform Minterest Solves Legacy DeFi Protocol Problem By Improving DeFi Ecosystem

Minterest’s unique design means long-term returns are maximized through a new, fairer structure [Tallinn, Estonia] A seasoned team of cryptographers and blockchain industry luminaries today unveiled Minterest, a value-added lending and borrowing protocol designed to make DeFi fairer for users. The revelation of the new protocol follows a recent private …

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Growth DeFi Integrates Chainlink Price Feeds to Support Lending, Liquidation and Other Services for MOR Stablecoin Exit

DeFi Growth integrated Chain link (LINK) the price feeds on the Binance smart channel (BSC) mainnet for their secured stablecoin lending protocol, MOR. By integrating Chainlink’s decentralized Oracle network, the MOR protocol will be able to access the “high quality” and “tamper-proof” price streams needed to “ensure correct pricing of …

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Outbrain Reports Second Quarter 2021 Results

Leading Open Web Referral Platform Outbrain Announced Financial Results for the Second Quarter Ended June 30, 2021. Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Yaron Galai said: “The IPO is an exciting step and the start of our journey as a public company. I look forward to this next chapter and the opportunity to …

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Bill Ackman’s PSPC mandates hit hard by transaction issues

The dangers of holding warrants in ad hoc acquisition companies have been illustrated by the recent drop in the price of warrants issued by Bill Ackman’s Pershing Square Tontine Holdings. The warrants (ticker: PSTH / WS) were trading at $ 1.42 on Wednesday, compared to nearly $ 3 on August …

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A recession-proof security for your portfolio

Saputo (TSX: SAP) sells products in several countries under market-leading brands as well as under private labels. In contrast, the foodservice market segment came under pressure when temporary dining room closures were imposed. During the pandemic, Saputo’s U.S. sector was hit the hardest due to a large foodservice footprint, hampering …

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Guaranteed stablecoins: what’s going on under our hood?

@unit protocolUnit protocol Unit is a decentralized lending protocol that allows a variety of tokens to be used as collateral. Acc belongs to the community. Decentralized finance is playing an increasingly important role in the Ethereum ecosystem with the adoption of classic financial operations such as borrowing, lending and various …

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What are the possibilities for the United States to obtain the long-awaited Bitcoin ETF?

The crypto market in the lead 2,000 billion dollars this week, a month after Bitcoin fell below $ 30,000. Speculation rises again when the United States obtains a Bitcoin ETF, 8 years after the Winklevoss twins attempted to gain SEC approval. The ETF is expected to hold the world’s leading …

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HolidayCheck Group AG releases second quarter and first half 2021 figures

DGAP-News: HolidayCheck Group AG / Keyword (s): Half-year results09.08.2021 / 07:30 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this advertisement. COMPANY NEWS HolidayCheck Group AG releases second quarter and first half 2021 figures – second quarter results show welcome improvement Munich, Germany, August 9, 2021 – Thanks to …

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COVID-19 has caused a global recession, especially with regard to women’s reproductive and sexual health rights

Exceptional measures used by governments and health authorities during the COVID-19 pandemic, including lockdowns, quarantine and reorganization of medical services. Directly influenced sexual and reproductive health and the full realization of rights. This was especially true for women and girls. These impacts are felt at many levels and require a …

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Parabolic Bitcoin Advance Still Unbroken Despite Severe Correction, Says Seasoned Trader Peter Brandt

Veteran trader Peter Brandt claims that Bitcoin’s parabolic phase is still very much intact despite the major cryptocurrency’s 50% retracement from its all-time high of $ 64,000. In a new interview with crypto analyst Scott Melker, Brandt says Bitcoin continues to be on a long-term uptrend, but added that volatility …

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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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Warren Buffett is said to have lost around $ 6,000 million due to the fall in shares of 4 companies

In the New York (USA) stock exchange liquidation on Monday, Warren Buffett lost around $ 6,000 million due to the fall in shares of four companies, according to estimates by Market insider. Some of the largest holdings in Berkshire Hathaway, the multinational corporation chaired by Buffet, are shares of Apple, …

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