A review of the things you need to know before you go home on Thursday; BNZ borrows for a long time, car sales jump, Crown deficit shrinks, tax hikes, commodity prices hit new highs, trade is mixed, NZD weak, etc.

Here are the key things you need to know before you leave work today. MORTGAGE RATE CHANGESNo changes to report today. CHANGES IN TERM DEPT RATESThe SNB has raised interest rate offers for 6-month (to 1.30%) and 1-year (to 1.25%) term deposits. LIST OFFERBNZ borrowed $ 550 million from the …

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Pennsylvania shoppers say they didn’t know masks were wrongly taxed

Through Archive Email Matthieu Santoni “href =” https://www.law360.com/tax/articles/1390429/# “> Matthieu Santoni Law360 provides free access to its coronavirus coverage to ensure that all members of the legal community have accurate information in this time of uncertainty and change. Use the form below to subscribe to one of our weekly newsletters. …

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One of the hottest topics this offseason, and during the Steelers OTAs, has been how the offense will change under the leadership of new offensive coordinator Matt Canada. On Tuesday, Ben Roethlisberger said he expects the team to throw different ploys at people and “see what works”. For the receivers, …

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Sebi Bans Capital Heed Financial Owner From Mkts For Violating Investment Adviser Rules

Sebi has banned the sole owner of Capital Heed Financial Research Shailendra Sen from the capital markets for three years for providing false information to the regulator in his application to register as an investment adviser. When calculating the exclusion period, Sebi said that the restriction period already experienced by …

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US Bureau of Reclamation funds pilot water conservation project in CO Irrigation District

And one in the Hood River Basin WASHINGTON – The Federal Bureau of Reclamation announced Tuesday that it is allocating $ 219,496 for two water conservation pilot projects in central Oregon and the Hood River Basin. The Central Oregon Irrigation District and East Fork Irrigation District Water Management Pilot Projects …

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The tax exchange continues to evolve in the Louisiana legislature

By David Jacobs | The central square (The Center Square) – The Louisiana Senate Tax Policy Committee on Monday put forward three key elements of a complex income tax overhaul. The bills collectively call for changes to the state’s constitution to eliminate major tax breaks while lowering income tax rates, …

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A two-pronged approach to help small-scale coffee producers

The journey from farm to table for a cup of coffee begins with the coffee tree. Supported by YOU SAID and implemented by Texas A&M AgriLife Research through the Borlaug Institute, the Resilient coffee in Central America The project helped bring more resistant hybrids of coffee plants to farmers in …

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Johnson & Johnson urges Supreme Court to reconsider $ 2 billion ‘unfair’ verdict on talc products

Johnson & Johnson is seeking Supreme Court review of a $ 2 billion verdict in favor of women who claim to have developed ovarian cancer while using the company’s talc products. The case features an array of prominent lawyers, some in unusual alliances, including former independent lawyer Kenneth Starr, who …

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Monde Nissin’s IPO Is Largest Ever in the Philippines

The creator of Lucky Me! instant noodles, an iconic brand in Southeast Asia, and meat substitute Quorn went public on Tuesday in the Philippines, raising Philippine pesos 48.6 billion (about $ 1 billion). According to Dealogic, this is the largest initial public offering in the country and the largest ever …

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Real estate prices jump 2.2% as housing boom continues

The real estate boom in Australia continued at a strong pace in May as buyers supported by the economic recovery rushed to take advantage of record interest rates. National real estate values ​​jumped 2.2 percent in the month and finished 10.6 percent higher than the same period last year. The …

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