Prima in association with Sri Lanka Cricket nurtures young cricket talent in Sri Lanka – The Island

The increased capacity allows the company to explore new markets beyond the 50 countries it currently serves Nestlé Lanka invested more rupees. 6.6 billion in Sri Lanka over the past five years by Sanath Nanayakkare Nestlé Lanka yesterday reaffirmed its commitment to Sri Lanka by investing more than Rs. 2 …

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Just Eat Takeaway: Need first aid with sustained money consumption

petekarici/iStock Unreleased via Getty Images Investment thesis Just eat takeout (OTCPK:JTKWY) (OTCPK: TKAYF) Q1-3 FY 2012/2022 results highlighted slowing customer activity with lower orders and pressure on cost inflation. With cash burn and a leveraged balance sheet, management seeks cash with asset sales, demonstrating that the business model cannot sustainably …

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Can their stock price continue?

Farm – Airbnb Growth stocks have been hit hard this year by soaring inflation and rising interest rates, but there seems to be a silver lining. Investor pessimism bottomed out a few months ago and seems to be reversing. And US inflation data for October, at 7.7%, was also lower …

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bne IntelliNews – PANNIER: Russia will be the elephant in the box for re-elected Tokayev of Kazakhstan

It goes without saying that President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev will be re-elected in the November 20 snap presidential election in Kazakhstan this weekend. So let’s move on to the many challenges he will face as he begins a new term. A pressing issue that cannot be put away for another day …

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Global rubber market to surpass $65.73 billion valuation

Westford, USA, Nov. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global rubber demand will stabilize over the medium to long term as the macroeconomic environment improves, according to a SkyQuest report. Global natural rubber market demand is forecast to grow at a CAGR of over 1.5%, reaching 18 million metric tons by …

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Dubai takes the top spot as a location for branded residences in S…

(MENAFN– Middle East.Info) Global growth in the branded residences sector is expected to continue, with the Middle East leading the charge thanks to pipeline growth By scale of increase in the current offering of branded residency programs, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, Qatar and Costa Rica each saw growth of over …

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Pound rate against dollar hits 10-week best as dollar slips and stocks rise

The exchange rate between the pound and the dollar (GBP/USD) jumped above 1.1700 and posted a 10-week high above 1.1770 on Friday before a limited correction. The exchange rate between the pound and the euro (GBP/EUR) strengthened to 1.1480 before correcting to 1.1435. Global asset prices surged after the latest …

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MPC Capital Releases Nine-Month 2022 Figures and Significantly Raises Full-Year 2022 Guidance

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Why Budget 2023 Should Increase Tobacco Taxes – The Island

Amid widespread economic uncertainty during 2022, Sampath Bank maintained a strong capital base and a stable liquidity profile. Proactive efforts to identify challenges and implement appropriate strategies have enabled the Bank to further strengthen its soundness and stability. The Bank also continued to lead by example in demonstrating its commitment …

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Tokyo Electron cuts outlook on US chip export restrictions

Major chip equipment supplier Tokyo Electron Ltd slashed its full-year outlook yesterday after memory chipmakers cut spending and the United States tightened restrictions on chip equipment exports. advanced chip manufacturing to China. The company now expects annual operating profit of 546 billion yen ($3.7 billion), down 24% from its previous …

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LIFESTANCE HEALTH GROUP, INC. Management report and analysis of the financial situation and operating results. (Form 10-Q)

The following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations should be read in conjunction with our consolidated financial statements and related notes appearing elsewhere in this Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q and our audited financial statements and the accompanying notes as well as "Risk Factors" and …

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Perils, pessimism and panic: American democracy in 2022

Disclaimer: Hannah Cox is a staff writer at The Daily. Cox was not involved in writing or editing this article. Democracy is a concept that Americans have been used to since the founding of the nation. For many, democracy is an unquestionably robust form of governance that establishes fair representation …

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The size of the global lithium-air battery market is expected to have

Global lithium-air battery market size ***Global Lithium-Air Battery Market Report Coverage- This report is a comprehensive analysis that provides a comprehensive industry overview of the Global Lithium-Air Battery Market. The report describes product type and application of Lithium Air Batteries in various vertical markets across various key countries and regions. …

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Canadian senator wants to end widespread financial support for fossil fuels

The United Nations climate change conference, COP27, has started in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Looking ahead to the conference, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change revealed “a litany of broken climate promises” by governments and businesses. “It’s a record of shame, cataloging …

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[Mission 2023] INSIGHTS DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS + BIP CONTENTS November 05, 2022

GS Paper 3 Program: Environmental conservation, pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment Source: Indian Express, Indian Express, DTE, Indian Express The context: Pollution of Delhi: From the end of October, meteorological factors and the burning of “stubble” are added to the already high pollution base in the Indo-Gangetic basin, in …

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Aspen Ambulance District warns it could ‘go into the red’ if 6A fails | New

Amid rising operational costs and diminishing returns on service reimbursements, the Aspen Ambulance District is seeking approval for an increase to its current property tax allotment from voters in Tuesday’s election. Ballot Number 6A asks if district taxes should be increased to $2.44 million per year “for the sole purpose …

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Russia set to reroute most of its oil under new price cap – analysts

By Noah Browning and Kavya Guduru LONDON – New G7 and European Union sanctions on Russian oil exports will have limited impact on global flows and prices according to analysts polled by Reuters, as Russia should largely succeed in redirecting its trade eastward . The market is expected to be …

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South Port NZ Ltd – 2022 Annual Meeting

The diverse opportunities for South Port New Zealand Ltd – represented by a growing range of regional producers operating in Southland – were highlighted at the company’s annual shareholders’ meeting in Bluff today. In fiscal year 2022 to June 30, bulk cargo again played a significant role in financial performance. …

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Why Farmers Should Care About Avocado

Experts have urged more Nigerian farmers, especially young entrepreneurs, to take more interest in avocado farming. This, they said, could open up more investment opportunities for them and attract high returns for young people who had no interest in farming. Daily Trust on Sunday reports that in Nigeria, avocado is …

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Poor S&P 500 earnings play into the hands of the Fed

(Bloomberg) — Was it good or bad this week when Alphabet Inc. told investors that advertising demand that helped boost its revenue 50% in two years was starting to wane? It depends on what you mean by bad, and rarely has an argument over definitions aimed more at markets and …

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How much will Halloween candy cost you this year?

The National Retail Federation expects Americans to spend $3 billion this year on Halloween candy. So how much will handing out treats cost you this season? The cost of the 10 most popular candy brands, including assortment bags, has risen an average of 13% since 2021, with some jumping as …

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Desperate for dollars? A brief explanation of what the devaluation of the Egyptian pound means

Desperate for dollars? A brief explanation of what the devaluation of the Egyptian pound means REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany/File Photo Egyptians woke up Thursday to more trepidation to the news, with the local currency sliding to a new all-time low, falling more than 14% against the US dollar. The …

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Latin America cannot solve Europe’s energy crisis in the short term

Resource-rich Latin America, and in particular Argentina, Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela, will not be able to provide urgent short-term solutions to Europe’s energy crisis, experts have agreed energy during a webinar hosted by Florida International University (FIU). “There is no short-term solution to the European crisis coming from Latin America,” …

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The least skilled immigrant workers are not replacing American workers

Here we study the economic effects of a large-scale experiment in the United States: the natural, nationwide, firm-level randomization of restrictions on the employment of immigrants for low-skilled jobs. The United States has a primary work visa for low-skilled labor in the nonfarm economy: the H-2B visa. Access to this …

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Equity portfolios impacted by the YFYS performance test

David Bell (left), Jo Cornwell and Scott Bennett The Your Future, Your Super (YFYS) performance test has had a significant impact on the investment behavior of asset owners and portfolio managers. According to research published by The Conexus Institute, super funds took on a shorter investment time horizon, reduced their …

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Inflation-linked ‘flatcoin’ launches testnet to track cost of living

Blockchain tech firm Laguna Labs has launched a testnet for its developing “flatcoin” — a stablecoin spin-off — pegged to the cost of living rather than a fiat currency or commodity. In an October 24 announcement, Laguna Labs said the Nuon flatcoin is different from tokens linked to fiat currencies, …

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Taiwan Semiconductor: These levels are too attractive not to start buying (NYSE: TSM)

Annabelle Chih Thesis TSMC (New York Stock Exchange: TSM) The Q3 release did not lift buying sentiments, even though TSM was beaten in 2022. It posted a YTD total return of -46.18%, below the performance of -40.2 % of ETF Semiconductor (SOXX). As we explained in our article on pre-benefits, …

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Can Legal & General escape the turmoil that has left bond markets on the brink of collapse?

Can Legal & General escape the turmoil that has left bond markets on the brink of collapse? Asset manager enthusiastically plugged into liability-driven investing By John-Paul Ford Rojas, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 9:50 p.m. BST, 22 October 2022 | Updated: 9:50 p.m. BST, 22 October 2022 Test: L&G boss …

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How to cook vegan: the ultimate guide to egg, milk and butter substitutes

It’s always a good time to bake cookies, cakes and anything sweet. To demystify buttery and chewy confections, we went straight to one of the sweetest candy experts around. Francois Costigana virtual vegan baking queen, reminds us to use healthy and quality ingredients which, of course, do not contain any …

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Seismic Velocity Changes in the Groningen Reservoir Associated with Remote Drilling

As mentioned earlier, the temporary decrease in the travel time of the P waves to geophone 10 and the increase in the delay time of the PS waves could be explained by a temporary upward movement of the gas-water contact (GWC). Here we explore this interpretation in more detail. GWC …

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After chip-equipment maker ASML raises outlook, Lam Research stock rises ahead of its own earnings report

Shares of Lam Research Corp. rose ahead of the company’s expected earnings report on Wednesday, after a quarter of beating and rebounding Dutch rival ASML Holding NV lifted all boats in the sector. Lam LRCX chip fabrication equipment supplier, +2.49% saw shares climb as much as 3% on Wednesday as …

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Funding Circle Will Expand Access to Capital for Nevada Small Business Owners After State Authorization

Funding Circle is now operational in all 50 states and Washington, DC Funding Circle, the leading online platform for small business loans, today announced that it is now operational in Nevada, enabling it to provide the state’s more than 280,000 small businesses with much-needed access to capital. With live operations …

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Posthate: Why Canada’s economy may be in more trouble than the IMF thinks

Breadcrumb Links Canada’s recession will be worse than the United States, economists say Some economists expect Canada to suffer a deeper recession than the United States. Photo by Postmedia Content of the article Good morning! Advertisement 2 This ad has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Content of …

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How mean are politicians? This book says “very”

Company artists in Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan’s 1984 adaptation of George Orwell … [+] directed by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan at the Playhouse Theater in London. (Photo by Robbie Jack/Corbis via Getty Images) Corbis via Getty Images The second volume in Bryan Caplan’s series on his EconLog blog …

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Take advantage of AMD’s warning and trade to buy NVDA stock

On Friday, October 7, Advanced micro-systems (NASDAQ:AMD) issued a PC market and revenue warning that was so frightening that it dragged the whole Nasdaq down. It weighed a lot Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), as are new US rules restricting certain exports of technology components to China. However, Nvidia does not expect these …

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Lithium must evolve twenty times by 2050 as automakers

London, Oct. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world will need more than twenty times the amount of lithium mined last year to meet demand by mid-century, new data from Benchmark Mineral shows. Intelligence, driven by growth in energy storage and electric vehicles. An annual production of 11.2 million tonnes …

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Energy Shocks Can Have Perverse Consequences

The now dismantled dth-nul-energihus on the outskirts of Copenhagen offers a vision of a future that never materialized. Built during the 1973 oil shock by the Technical University of Denmark, this chunky white building, consisting of two living spaces separated by a glass atrium and topped with a spine of …

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A look at Michael E. Porter’s competitive edge if written for 2023 and beyond

Michael Porter is the father of the MBA and strategic design. I had the good fortune to work as a group partner in his firm Monitor Group (now part of Deloitte’s consulting firm) and more importantly much of what he talked about in his text” Competitive advantage, creating and sustaining …

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5 stocks to watch on Tuesday: American Airlines, Nvidia, Marvell and more

Wall Street is looking to stabilize on Tuesday after four straight days of losses pushed the S&P 500 again above the 3,600 mark. Futures pointed to a flat open as investors looked for direction before the next wave of earnings reports. As for individual names, here are some actions to …

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A superstition called the presidency

Image source: Phil Roeder – CC BY 2.0 Every four years, American politics rages against the supposedly huge difference in leadership offered by the presidential candidates of the two political parties. This is nonsense, as experience has proven over and over again. Even with two supposedly diametrically opposed politicians like …

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FREE SERVICES AND ADVERTISING REVENUES

Pervasive advertising on most Internet sites can be seen as a special case of exploitation of network effects by the sites that offer it. Indeed, the value of the service for consumers depends on the amount of advertising. The value of an ad depends on the number of users who …

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Central Bank predicts sharp reduction in economic growth in 2023

A grim forecast from the Central Bank of Ireland predicts moderate economic growth in Ireland of 2.2% in 2023, down from 6.4% expected this year. The pessimism goes hand in hand with the thinking of the Ministry of Finance, which also projected modified domestic demand growth of 2.2% through 2023. …

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CME’s reluctant application to become a futures broker

porcorex Introduction The significance of CME’s decision to become a Futures Commission Merchant (FCM) is limited only by the imagination of CME management. This article describes the inadequate services that exchanges and futures markets provide to retail traders. This shows how CME has embarked on a path that could lead …

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Jess Chen on Fatma Bucak

Fatma Bucak’s twelve-panel mosaic A tree, 2022, depicts tightly intertwined branches and a splintered trunk that resembles two intertwined people. It would read like an overly sentimental plea for the environment, and stripped of its particular context except for some material details: veined ash leaves, withered wood in place of …

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Oryen (ORY), Bitcoin (BTC), Fantom (FTM) and Ethereum (ETH)

There are still some solid crypto options out there for your portfolio, despite the current market downturn. In fact, some savvy investors increase their deposits because they don’t think current prices will be available much longer. It may seem counter-intuitive at a time when markets are struggling, but with such …

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Turbulent times for India’s timber trade

Forests September 29, 2022 A 2021 update of “Wooden furniture and wooden handicrafts from India: Risk of trade in illegally harvested timber” By Michael Richards, Sofia Tenorio Fenton, Naomi Basik Treanor and Kerstin Canby View post This report focuses on recent changes in India’s international timber trade, particularly over the …

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Succeed in uncertain times with AI/ML-based analytics

Today’s consumers are changing their budget priorities, product selections, channel choices, and buying journeys faster than ever. The influx of information sources, product innovations, ordering and fulfillment options, convenience and value alternatives, has made it difficult to obtain, let alone maintain, a wallet share among market customers. The share of …

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VF Corp. (VFC) Reduces Third Quarter and FY23 Outlook, Presents Long-Term Strategic Plan for FY2027

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. (Updated – September 28, 2022 9:18 a.m. EDT) VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC), a leading portfolio of active lifestyle brands, including Vans®, The north face®, Timberland® and Dickies®, is …

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Africa – where is the good news?

A somber mood has dominated the discourse around Africa this year. At a recent investor roundtable in London, there was a sheepish silence when participants were asked where the good news was. Currency booms and runaway inflation, rising food and fuel prices, and persistent security threats (including an increasing number …

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looking for potential tools to fight climate change

by Raphael Abiry, Marien Ferdinandusse, Alexander Ludwig and Carolin Nerlich[1] Climate change and its mitigation pose significant risks to the economy and financial sector. This is why a growing number of central banks have committed to integrating climate change considerations into their monetary policy frameworks. But what can central banks …

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Chinese growth will fall behind the rest of Asia for the first time since 1990

China’s economic output will lag the rest of Asia for the first time since 1990, according to new World Bank forecasts that highlight the damage wrought by President Xi Jinping’s zero-Covid policies and the collapse of the world’s largest real estate market. The World Bank has revised down its forecast …

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AICPA again criticizes new IRS requirements for R&D credits

Documentation requirements for claims involving Sec. The 41-year business tax credit for increased research activity that the IRS imposed last fall places an undue burden on taxpayers and deviates from Treasury regulations and other authoritative guidelines, the AICPA said in a statement. comment letter as of September 21. The letter, …

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PIDE publishes a report on the 23rd IMF program for Pakistan

Islamabad, Sept. 25: /DNA/ – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on September 1, 2022 released a staff report on the Seventh and Eighth Reviews of the Extended Arrangement under the Extended Financing Facility (EFF). According to the review report, the Pakistani authorities are authorized to draw $1.1 billion, given the …

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Invite Stock: Split Business Model Offers Tactical Opportunity

Pijitra Phomkham/iStock via Getty Images Investment thesis Illumina’s (NASDAQ:ILMN) technological advances in gene sequencing have helped grow the genetic testing market by improving testing accuracy while dramatically reducing the cost of disseminating genome analysis data. However, it was the efforts of Invitee (NYSE: NVTA) which eventually led to the revolution …

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The True Meaning of Atmanirbharta – The Hindu BusinessLine

In a seminal work by Angus Maddison that tracked the economic growth of nations between 0 and 2000 AD, published by the OECD in 2001, India’s share of world GDP in the 1st century AD was estimated at 32 .9%. A millennium later, in the 11th century AD, India remained …

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Boardroom mood: business confidence plummets

Kirsten Patterson. Photo / Provided Respondents to the Herald’s 2022 CEO survey rated their optimism about the New Zealand economy at an average of 1.86/5, down from the score of 2.70/5 from last year. It is on a scale where 1 equates to much less optimistic and 5 to much …

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Potential Pathways Ahead for the Ukraine War

Foreign Affairs Kyiv’s recent victories against the Russian invasion have led some to dream that Putin will be driven out of Ukraine with his tail between his legs – but such an outcome is highly unlikely, experts warn of a protracted conflict The Russian invasion of Ukraine could be headed …

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India cannot eradicate poverty without the industrialization of states like Bihar, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh

The eastern region is often described as one of the paradoxes of India, as it is perceived as the land of the poor with rich resources. Therefore, there is a need for this part of India to receive government incentives – not only at central level but also at state …

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Chinese data does not change the pessimistic outlook for the economy and the yuan

Despite an upbeat batch of economic data out of China last week, including retail sales and industrial production estimates, economists maintain their pessimism. UBS has lowered its annual growth forecast from 3% to 2.7% for 2022 and from 5.4% to 4.6% for 2023. investment related news S&P 500 could retest …

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The metaverse becomes a platform to unite fashion communities

A recent report by technology research and consulting firm Technavio predicts that the metaverse will have reached a market share value of $50.37 billion by 2026. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the trillion-dollar fashion industry has begun to take a major interest in the metaverse. While most …

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Aussie dollar heading for Chinese hell

DXY was closed Friday evening. Looks like it’s gathering for another spring for me: The all-important CNY held firm on better-than-expected, albeit very poor, data: The AUD held desperately: Oil and gold are not doing well: Buy base metals if you’re an idiot: Miners flee: Emerging market stocks broke: The …

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Policies Stimulating Industrial Development Global New Materials International (6616.HK) ushered in a period of accelerated performance

On July 26, the catalog of innovation and development of industrial foundations (2021 edition) (hereinafter referred to as the catalog) compiled by the expert committee of the national industrial foundation under the guidance of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and National Manufacturing Power Construction Strategy Advisory Committee was released during …

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As emergencies mount, school meals cushion the fallout – Somalia

At key education summit, School Meals Coalition calls for billions to support vital safety net Hundreds of schools have closed in Somalia this year amid a blistering drought that has pushed the East African nation to the brink of famine and threatens to wipe out learning opportunities for thousands of …

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Boeing plans to remarket 737 MAX jets for Chinese Airlines

TEMPO.CO, Chicago – Boeing (BA.N) will begin remarketing some 737 MAX jets to Chinese customers because it cannot wait forever as political tensions between the United States and China rumble on deliveries, senior executives said. company on Thursday, September 15. General Manager Dave Calhoun and Chief Financial Officer Brian West …

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Iranian currency drops 10% as hopes of nuclear deal fade

The US dollar has risen more than 10% since August 19 against the Iranian rial as optimism over a nuclear deal with the US has turned into pessimism. The dollar was trading above 310,000 rials on Tuesday, down from just over 280,000 in mid-August when observers and diplomats saw a …

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Maintaining investments within social and ecological thresholds

As the debate about growth versus degrowth rages on, we are in the midst of either a trillion dollar opportunity or a very costly dystopian future. Last year, a ShareAction article on growth stories said that to enable truly sustainable investing, asset prices would need to be anchored within externally …

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Ethereum Merge Makes the Network More Vulnerable to Attack — Security Researcher

Although the Ethereum merger is being touted as a major upgrade to the blockchain network, its transition to proof-of-stake theoretically makes it more vulnerable to exploitation. Speaking to Cointelegraph, the security researcher explained that unlike proof-of-work systems, a proof-of-stake (PoS) system tells node validators in advance which blocks they will …

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How does high frequency trading work on decentralized exchanges?

Following the decentralized finance (DeFi) boom of 2020, decentralized exchanges (DEXs) cemented their place in the cryptocurrency and finance ecosystems. Since DEXs are not as heavily regulated as centralized exchanges, users can list any token they want. With DEXs, high-frequency traders can transact coins before they reach major exchanges. Additionally, …

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astute: What drives the stock market? Noise or facts?

Despite all the global headwinds, talk of inflation and recession, Indian markets have seen renewed energy. The past two months have been encouraging. In the month of July, Sensex gained 9.4%, while in August it posted gains of 1.5%. The short-term market is mainly influenced by facts or noise. Facts …

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Midday European briefing: equities remain below -2-

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China’s economy is heading for one of the biggest collapses of all time

To stimulate the economy, Chinese regulators are forcing Chinese banks to meet high lending quotas. (Editor’s note: Watch the author of this expert analysis, Gordon Chang, editor of 19FortyFive, on Fox News discuss the tensions with China.) To achieve elusive goals, resourceful bankers simultaneously lend and allow borrowers to deposit …

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ConocoPhillips stock: Time to take profits off the table (NYSE: COP)

phongphan5922 Introduction After Conoco Phillips (NYSE: COP) enjoying a strong end to 2021, somehow it looked like higher returns for shareholders were ahead, as my previous article pointed out earlier in 2022. Fortunately, they did not disappoint with large variable dividends increasing their cash yields, which, if continued at their …

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Qualcomm stock: too much fear, buy this withdrawal (QCOM)

Ethan Miller Thesis Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) the stock has underperformed the broader market since our post-earnings update stressing that investors should be cautious and wait for a pullback first. Thus, QCOM posted a return of -14%, compared to the SPDR S&P 500 ETFs (SPY) 5% decrease since our article. …

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Skies darken over German economy as energy crisis sets in

Skies darkened over the German economy on Friday as its flagship auto and chemical industries reported bleak prospects and companies cut output to save energy. The gas-dependent pharmaceutical sector has sharply reduced its production plans and is under “considerable pressure” due to fallout from the war in Ukraine, experts from …

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Best Crypto Scalp Trading Strategies for Beginners

Generally speaking, cryptocurrencies have high volatility. But they provide traders with a variety of opportunities to generate good profits. Crypto scalping is preferred or is mentioned as one of the preferred options by those who are not shy about using risky methods and spend most of their time observing price …

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NZD/USD ignores New Zealand trade numbers below 0.6100 with eyes on US NFP

NZD/USD defends Friday night’s corrective pullback from the seven-week low despite the bearish data. New Zealand’s second quarter terms of trade index fell to -2.4% vs -1.3% expected. Concerns from China, high yields put downward pressure on a light domestic calendar. The US NFP will be key as DXY discounted …

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MetroPlus Health Plan: COVID-19 Enrollment Trends

OSDC EPI August 2022 – Charts September 2022 PDF version Insight MetroPlus Health Plan is a prepaid health services plan and a wholly owned subsidiary of NYC Health + Hospitals (H+H). MetroPlus contracts with H+H and other providers to offer managed health care services such as Medicaid, Essential Plan, Child …

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Business confidence rises slightly but ‘inflationary pressures remain intense’ – ANZ

The gloom over the corporate sector has eased somewhat, but high inflation and labor shortages will lead to further interest rate tightening from the central bank. Construction remains the most gloomy sector. Photo: 123RF ANZ Bank’s monthly business confidence survey showed that 48% of respondents expect the economy as a …

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Building Industry Partners Appoints Fire Protection Industry Veteran Steve Shaffer as Operating Partner

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Building Industry Partners (“BIP”), the leading private equity investment firm focused on the construction industry in the United States, welcomes Steve Shaffer as an operating partner. Mr. Shaffer will help support BIP and Endeavor Fire Protection (“Endeavour”), BIP’s new fire and life safety platform. Mr. Shaffer brings nearly four …

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Consumer confidence at lowest for nearly 12.5 years

‘SEVERELY WEAK’: Interest rate hikes in the United States would discourage spending on technology products, weighing on Taiwan’s exports, said researcher Dachrahn Wu. By Crystal Hsu / Staff Reporter The consumer confidence index this month fell to 63.08, the lowest in almost 12.5 years, although it edged up 0.03 points …

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Women in Tech – For a better future

Technology has become an integral part of every industry today. Without it, not only would these industries not be able to function properly, but their varied existence would also be threatened. The rate of change and the scale at which it is occurring have never been greater before. Modern technology …

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China’s steel industry is in crisis

Everyone thought a COVID-19-ravaged steel supply market in China had taken a turn towards recovery. However, many other obstacles now stand in the way, both long and short term. Power cuts and sluggish demand caused by China’s construction crisis are holding back growth. Worse still, the cascading effect has affected …

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A reporter thinks about adaptation when your community is in the news; Two actresses of color receive long-awaited recognition

Listen to this and more in-depth narration by subscribing to The California Report Magazine podcast. What does it mean to be a journalist when the story you’re writing about is also about you? It’s a question that Ericka Cruz Guevarra, host of the KQED The Bay podcast, explored in a …

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Will the Chinese bubble finally burst? – SupChina

Will the Chinese bubble finally burst? – SupChina Jump straight to content Search any company based in China Search any company based in ChinaZZZTaobao software (China)Shenyang Xing Yuan Dong Automotive ComponentBeijing Huapin Borui Network TechnologyBaijiahulianBeijing RYB Children’s Education Technology DevelopmentTencent Music Entertainment (Shenzhen)Guangzhou Netease Computer SystemsCafe Luckin (Beijing)Dongfeng Motor CorporationCCACChinese …

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Agency posts double-digit growth in FY22

Director General and CEO Geoff Lucas said the Agency now has 393 officers in six states and territories, which recorded $102.5 million in GCI for the period. The announcement: National real estate company The Agency Group Australia recorded another year of strong increases in FY22 operating and financial results as …

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Global stocks mixed after modest fall on Wall Street

TOKYO (AP) — Global stocks were mixed on Wednesday as a wait-and-see mood set in after another — albeit more modest — day of selling on Wall Street. Inflation concerns weigh on the minds of investors, including in Asia. Inflation data for Singapore released earlier in the week showed that …

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Almost one in three Bulgarians cannot pay all their bills – Novinite.com

Almost one in three Bulgarians cannot Pay all their bills. This is according to a Eurofund study carried out in the spring. Citizens face the most serious difficulties throughout the European Union, including Bulgariawith the payment of their household bills. According to the survey carried out in the spring, 27% …

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Loneliness increases risk of future unemployment: study

WASHINGTON: According to new research, loneliness appears to lead to a higher risk of future unemployment. People who say they “feel lonely a lot” are much more likely to lose their job later. The research results were published in the journal “BMC Public Health”, a team led by researchers from …

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What does India want from Russia?

SUSHANTA MALLICK, BRIGITTE GRANVILLE CHENNAI: If there was a prize for the most quotable commentary on international relations so far in 2022, Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar would be in the running. Responding to criticism of his country’s neutral stance on the Russian-Ukrainian war at a security forum in Slovakia …

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‘How agricultural waste can cut construction costs’ – Reports – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

4 minutes ago On Thursday, August 25, the Metaverse became a reality as luxury status Whisky, Chivas Regal and Nigerian musician BNXN, formerly known as Buju, hosted the first-ever EP listening party by an artist African in the metaverse. The unique and innovative listening party challenged other artists to elevate …

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Pfizer is proven in a

In 2021, Pfizer Inc. (DFP, Financial) succeeded with its coronavirus vaccine, resulting in a substantial increase in revenue and profits. Thanks to the massive success of its vaccine against Covid-19, it has maintained a high level of profitability. However, market trends indicate a slowdown, which will penalize its results. Pfizer …

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Most Likely to 5x First: Lemonade vs. Upstart

There are high-potential growth stocks in the market, but only a few have the potential to fundamentally change an entire industry. Two in this category are Lemonade (LMND -11.22%)which aims to change the way we buy and use insurance, and Reached (UPST -8.58%)who wants to democratize access to credit. Neither …

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Is WTI crude oil defined in a new market?

Russian production, the Fed’s decision to raise interest rates and the weakening of the dollar. What other factors are driving crude oil prices these days? Mid-week black gold gained 5% after rebounding from a 6-month low as a sharper-than-expected decline in US crude inventories offset fears over rising Russian production, …

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Kazakh president sees no reason to be pessimistic about relations with Moscow

Relations between Kazakhstan and Russia, according to the Kazakh President, are better than ever, with no reason to worry about them. Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, meets with Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, Friday, Aug. 19, 2022 (President of Kazakhstan’s Press Service via …

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WhiteOak Capital Mutual Fund Launches Mid Cap & Tax Saver Fund – Check Features, Other Details

WhiteOak Capital Mutual Fund today announced the launch of two new Fund Offerings (NFOs) – “WhiteOak Capital Mid Cap Fund” and “WhiteOak Capital Tax Saver Fund”. While the Mid Cap fund NFO closes on August 30, 2022, the Tax Saver Fund NFO will continue until September 23, 2022. These are …

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Why Nio shares fell on Tuesday

What happened Nio (NIO -1.71%) has yet to announce its second-quarter results, but the stock is hit today after a competitor did. Nio shares fell 4% today, before paring those losses. As of 2:45 p.m. ET on Tuesday, the stock was still down 2.3%. So what Li-Auto spooked investors from …

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stock market outlook: Lowering return expectations in the future: Niteen Dharmawat

“We are optimistic on several sectors. We may or may not be buying, but some of these sectors, including capital goods, telecommunications, real estate, finance, private and public banking, educational book publishing, as well as electricity, pharmaceuticals and cement, are interesting,” says Niteen Dharmawatco-founder, Capital of Aurum. In your Twitter …

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The fastest growing major economy in the world

India is one-sixth of the world and is now the third-largest economy by purchasing power parity. Even in terms of the nominal dollar exchange rate, India is the sixth largest economy. It has grown at an average rate of 7% per year over the past 40 years, growing from a …

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Calcium Heparin Market 2022 Increase in Demand, Growth Analysis and Strategic Outlook -2026

The research report on the Calcium Heparin Market is a deep analysis of the market. This is a latest report, covering the current COVID-19 impact on the market. The pandemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected every aspect of life globally. This has brought along several changes in …

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David Staples: Are we Canazuela? Has Canada lost the ability to carry out major national projects?

Breadcrumb Links Columnists Delegates tour the TC Energy booth on the Canadian Hydrogen Convention floor at the Edmonton Convention Center on April 26, 2022. The company manufactures heavy-duty commercial battery-electric vehicles. Photo by Ian Kucerak /Postmedia, file Content of the article Canada is vast, with endless prairies, mountains and shield …

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MATTERPORT, INC./DE Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-Q)

The following discussion and analysis provides information that Matterport's management believes is relevant to an assessment and understanding of Matterport's condensed consolidated results of operations and financial condition. The discussion should be read together with our unaudited interim condensed consolidated financial statements, the respective notes thereto, and other financial information …

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From Midnight to Modernity by Amrit Kaal

I am not the midnight child. I was born a few years after Independence. Therefore, I can only imagine the emotions of those who saw the flag unfurled on August 14/15, 1947 at midnight. They must have thought that the pledge would be redeemed very substantially. As we celebrate 75 …

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What does the future of e-commerce aggregators look like? • TechCrunch

David Wright is the co-founder and CEO of Pattern, an e-commerce acceleration platform. The world of e-commerce isn’t slowing down, but many e-commerce aggregators are already struggling. Declining consumer confidence, inflated brand value and frozen investment capital are creating a real storm. Unless aggregators change the way they operate, their …

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New Zealand could ‘easily slip into recession’ if tourism and education are slow to rebound

Ryan Anderson / Stuff The country’s biggest bank is counting on more people crossing the border to avoid a recession. ANZ predicts the economy will contract in the first half of next year and could easily slide into recession if overseas tourists and international students are slow to return. The …

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C Raja Mohan writes | India, Bangladesh, Pakistan: what the East can teach the West

News from India’s western border with Pakistan is rarely positive. There are few expectations for change as we celebrate the 75th anniversary of independence and mark the partition of the subcontinent. The persistence of cross-border terrorism, the Kashmir conflict, militarization of the border, weak connectivity, poor trade relations and the …

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Crypto Arbitrage in 2022: What You Need to Know

Cryptocurrencies have positioned themselves as a powerful innovation. And over the years, many profitable opportunities have emerged from it, increasing its popularity and adoption. Today, more than 8,000 crypto assets are in the market and are trading on multiple exchanges. The price gaps on these assets on every exchange presented …

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James Black: No need to panic just yet, but worrying signs are looming for business

This year has not seen the return to normality hoped for by many companies. Supply chain disruption, rising prices, hiring difficulties, interest rate hikes and lack of confidence are taking their toll. Many economic organizations are now forecasting potential downturns in the UK and around the world, but significant uncertainty …

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German exports rise again despite fears of slowdown

German exports rose for the third month in a row, data showed on Wednesday, despite fears that Europe’s biggest economy could soon slide into recession. Germany exported 134.3 billion euros ($136.8 billion) worth of goods in June, 4.5% more than in May, according to seasonally adjusted figures from the federal …

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GBP/CAD Hits 1-Month High Amid Falling Oil Prices

The exchange rate of the pound and the Canadian dollar (GBP/CAD) strengthened after the fall in oil prices amid a deteriorating global economic outlook, despite continuing domestic difficulties in the United Kingdom. At the time of writing, the GBP/CAD exchange rate is around $1.5731, a whopping 0.95% up from morning …

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Absa PMI drops below 50 in July

The Absa Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell from 52.2 points in June to 47.6 in July, suggesting the manufacturing sector had a tough start to the third quarter after a weak second quarter, Absa said. . “This is the first reading below the 50-point neutral threshold since July 2021, when …

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How rising oil prices could affect eurozone potential output

Prepared by Julien Le Roux, Bela Szörfi and Marco Weißler The recent rise in energy prices constitutes a significant supply shock, which could therefore also have an impact on the potential output of the euro area economy. Based on the assumptions used in the June 2022 Eurosystem staff macroeconomic projections, …

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Investment strategy | Jinesh Gopani: ETMarkets Smart Talk: Axis Mutual Fund’s Jinesh Gopani hands out 5 stock picking mantras

“We are confident investors looking to identify strong and sustainable businesses,” says Jinesh GopaniResponsible – Equity, Axis Mutual Fund. In an interview with ETMarkets, Gopani said, “We believe earnings will continue to lead the markets. The latest corporate earnings releases point to a healthy outlook for the markets contrary to …

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Myanmar Humanitarian Update No. 20 | July 31, 2022 – Burma

Attachments This regular update, covering humanitarian developments up to 31 July, is produced by OCHA Myanmar in collaboration with the Inter-Cluster Coordination Group and UN agencies. The next Humanitarian Update will be released in August 2022. HIGHLIGHTS AND KEY MESSAGES • More than 1.2 million people are currently displaced across …

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Brazilian model Cindy Mello dresses with a Lebanese designer in Italy

From Farfetch to luxury department stores, designer Shatha Essa talks success on Emirati Women’s Day DUBAI: For Emirati designer Shatha Essa, her roots and identity mean everything. “My heritage is incredibly important to me and I want to share it with the world,” she told Arab News as she shared …

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Companies will face more difficulties for the rest of the year – Economists

Share this with more people! Some economists are warning that Ghana’s economic outlook, following revisions to fiscal targets for 2022, will make things difficult for the business community. The government, in the 2022 mid-year budget review, cut the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) – production revenue growth for the year …

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Live Updates: Procter & Gamble warns of consumer reluctance to accept price hikes

©Bloomberg Colgate-Palmolive raised its full-year guidance after pledging to pass on rising raw material and logistics costs by further raising prices for its products. The consumer goods group, whose brands include Speed ​​Stick deodorant and Softsoap, raised its forecast for full-year organic sales growth by 1 percentage point to between …

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Apple AirPods Pro are on sale on Amazon for the 4th of July

We’re well into summer and all the great outdoor walks, jogging, biking and just plain hanging out that come with it, which means it’s high time you finally grab those Apple AirPods Pro that you looked. Another reason to make the move right now: They’re down to $180 — nearly …

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AUD/USD flirts with 0.7000 on falling Australian retail sales, US Q2 GDP

AUD/USD defends post-Fed rally to six-week high even as retail sales in Australia fell in June. Australian retail sales rose 0.2% vs. 0.5% MoM in June expected and 0.9% previously. Australia’s second quarter import price index and export price index also declined. Recession fears jostle with post-Fed optimism, cautious mood …

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