Monthly Archives: October 2021

Avis and Hertz Stock jumped. Why the rally can continue.

Text size People line up at the Avis rental car in Miami International Airport in Florida. Joe Raedle / Getty Images The car rental industry has become one of the hottest sectors of the stock market in recent times as investors take a more optimistic view of what one analyst …

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Florida delegation urges Joe Biden to protect Florida farmers from unfair trading practices

Last week the United States Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Led members of the Florida congressional delegation in a letter to President Joe Biden urging the administration to protect Florida’s seasonal fruit and vegetable growers from unfair business competition. United States joined Rubio Senator Rick Scott, R-Fla., And US Representatives Gus …

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Pockets of vaccine hesitation appear among US firefighters

In the United States, reluctance to vaccinate police officers has been a topic of pandemic news this year, but in some places, firefighters are joining the resistance. This week, hundreds of Los Angeles firefighters filed a notice of intention to prosecute the city on its vaccination mandate, saying the Oct. …

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Jacinda Ardern Faces Biggest Challenge Yet as New Zealand Moves to Covid Suppression | New Zealand

Tthis week, New Zealand’s locked cities awoke to a new world of lifted restrictions: state-sanctioned picnics in parks, the prospect of reopening schools, a chance to reunite with friends and the family. Infusing the visions of grass-stained blankets and beers by the beach, however, is a heavy dose of Covid …

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3 boring but fantastic dividend stocks to buy

Image source: Getty Images While volatile and exciting stocks can have the potential to get you rich quick, the chances are relatively slim. On the flip side, boring but reliable dividend stocks could indeed make you rich if you invest a decent amount and give them enough time. There are …

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Kyodo News Digest: October 9, 2021

The following is the latest list of news summaries selected by Kyodo News. ———- US, China hold trade talks, with tariff elimination on agenda WASHINGTON – U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai spoke with her Chinese counterpart Liu He on Friday about a bilateral trade deal signed last year, with Beijing …

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A petition against slavery was the latest racist incident at this school. Parents and lawmakers are fed up

She says it was yet another example of a racist incident at Park Hill South High School in suburban Kansas City, Missouri. “She was very upset about it. My daughter is Ethiopian,” Stutterheim told CNN this week. Her daughter faced racism directly, Stutterheim says, and “the more she talked about …

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TREASURY – Yields jump, the 10-year surpasses 1.6% for the first time since June

(Recasts; updates yields; adds analyst comments, breakeven inflation rates, and upcoming auctions) By Karen Pierog CHICAGO, Oct 8 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury yields hit multi-month highs on Friday in the wake of a weaker-than-anticipated September employment report that was still expected to keep the Federal Reserve on track with its …

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Probably a reliable long term investment by TipRanks

© Reuters. Scotiabank stocks: probably a reliable long-term investment The Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS), also known as Scotiabank, could be a great investment for investors looking to add stability to their portfolios. It is a Canadian bank that serves 25 million customers around the world. It operates through four …

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National Assembly audits fail to summon retail CEOs

October. 8. 2021 Settings Business and Technology 2021-10-08 17:14 National Assembly audits fail to summon retail CEOs Jang Kee-hwan, CEO of Coupang Eats, speaks during an audit organized by the National Assembly’s Land, Infrastructure and Transport Committee on Friday. Yonhap By Kim Jae-heunCEOs of large retail companies here did not …

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