Monthly Archives: October 2021

Energy News: Bills Expected to Soar as Ailing Companies Pass Costs on to Consumers | World | New

Alan Brown, SNP MP for Kilmarnock and Loudoun, believes the government must intervene to protect the less wealthy from the impact of soaring prices, stressing that businesses are sure to pass the costs on to consumers. It comes as Scottish Power chief executive Keith Anderson has claimed the UK energy …

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US agrees to ease Trump-era tariffs on EU steel and aluminum

Ed Steiner places an identification tag on one of the many reels of recycled metal shipped to manufacturers to be made into products such as nails, fences and springs at the Co-Steel mini-factory in Perth Amboy, NJ L The Biden administration announced an agreement on Saturday with the European Union …

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IMF grapples with long-awaited green debt swap campaign

The IMF is scaling back its efforts to focus climate debt swaps on countries without major debt problems and has abandoned plans to release a joint proposal with the World Bank ahead of the UN climate conference. next week, according to sources familiar with the matter. In April, the director …

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How to watch Canadiens vs Kings live in the US

Getty Anze Kopitar is looking to help the Los Angeles Kings turn things around after a 1-5-1 star. The Los Angeles Kings (1-5-1) and Montreal Canadiens (2-6-0) will look to regain momentum for their seasons on Saturday. In the United States, the game (4 p.m. ET, start time) will be …

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Rogers drama too real for retired Canadian investors

Forget Ted Lasso. Canada’s latest corporate family drama has become the next frenzy of media event. This is the story of Edward Rogers, son of the founder of the Rogers Communication Inc. (RCI) empire, Ted Rogers, who seeks to take control of the company’s board of directors. In a shocking …

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FTC Restores Criminal Offenses Authority to Issue Opinions Regarding Approvals and Money-Making Opportunities | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

In October 2021, the FTC sent out three different notices of criminal offenses1 to nearly 2,000 companies, warning them against deceptive and unfair practices in the education market; customer endorsements, testimonials and reviews; and lucrative businesses. In each case, potential civil monetary penalties of up to $ 43,792 are at …

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Starbucks workers to vote on union at 3 Buffalo stores

Workers who hope to unionize Starbucks stores in the United States have won a preliminary victory before the National Labor Relations Board. In a ruling on Thursday, the board said employees at three separate Starbucks stores in Buffalo, New York, could hold union elections in November. The board rejected Starbucks’ …

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2 Ohio abortion clinics could close after Senate changes bill: Capitol Letter

Rumblings of the rotunda Closure of clinics: The Ohio Senate has passed a bill that would require physicians and other medical personnel performing abortions to provide life-saving care if a fetus survives an abortion. Hours before the full Senate voted on the bill, a Senate committee added an amendment that …

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Biden heads to Europe with a little less shine and more work to do

At the same time, the trip has become a powerful intersection of Biden’s domestic and foreign agendas as he pleads with Democrats to agree on a broad spending program before Air Force One takes off for the Group of 20 in Rome on Thursday. “It would be very, very positive …

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CASH – US 2-year yield skyrockets to 19-month high, curve flattens across the board

* U.S. 5/30 yield curve flattest since March 2020 * U.S. 2/10 yield spread narrowest since August * U.S. 30-year yield falls to five-week low * U.S. 10-year yield slides to two-week trough * U.S. 5-year note auction shows strong demand (Adds 5-year note auction results, updates prices) By Gertrude …

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