Southern Africa Leader

/ PRESS RELEASE / This content is not written by Creamer Media, but is a press statement provided. (Virtual Showroom): Sustained five-day factory work weeks during the pandemic, an increasingly strong order book and the recent purchase of BB Cranes in Cape Town all point to the possibility of Condra …

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Low-income households facing the heat

Muhammad Nafis Shahriar | Published: September 29, 2022 4:46:13 p.m. In June this year, the inflation rate in Bangladesh soared to 7.56%, its highest level in nine years. Rising inflation has become a matter of grave concern as rising daily prices of basic necessities are severely hurting a significant portion …

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MHRA appoints first new approved body in UK to certify medical devices since Brexit

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has confirmed that DEKRA Certification UK Ltd has now joined the three current UK Approved Bodies, increasing the UK’s ability to handle medical device conformity assessments to to ensure that safe and effective devices reach the UK public. DEKRA has become the …

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Why the University of Louisville Master of Science in Accounting and Analytics program is the right choice for your CPA career

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is one of the most sought after profiles for accountants. Research claims that a CPA in the United States could earn an average salary between $70,235 and $461,014. However, passing the CPA test is a challenge for most aspirants, all the more so given the constantly …

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Ministers unveil Scottish visa pilot scheme for EU citizens after Brexit

MINISTERS today unveiled plans to pilot a Scottish visa scheme to allow certain companies to facilitate the recruitment of foreign nationals following a shortage of workers in certain sectors after Brexit. However, with immigration powers being reserved for Westminster, the Scottish Government sent its proposals to the Home Office for …

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A new world for mergers and acquisitions

The global pandemic has created havoc for organizations across all industries, affecting supply chains, customer demand, staff availability and a variety of other critical business factors. These effects have led to an increase in the number of mergers and acquisitions in the United States M&A activity creates significant challenges for …

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Exactly how profitable is Shopify after accounting for stock-based compensation?

After years of rapid expansion, the jury is out now on Shopify (STORE 0.67%) Stock. The e-commerce software giant is branching out into new areas to advance digital commerce for small businesses and entrepreneurs, but it’s costing a lot of money, not to mention diluting existing shareholders with equity compensation. …

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Liz Truss and her team take us for a ride | Stewart Lee

My newly opened stand-up show, Basic Lee, is due to hold until its final dates in the spring of 2024, so is it even worth writing material about the Liz Truss government? Having passed the safe space of Tory leadership roundups, it looks like Truss will dissolve on contact with …

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Affordable electric cars are coming sooner than you think with Fiat 500e, BYD Atto 3, MG4, Hyundai Ioniq 2 and more on the way – Car News

MG hailed the recent return of its ZS EV as ‘Australia’s most affordable EV’ – but even at $44,990 drive-away, the small Chinese SUV can hardly be called a ‘cheap’ car. But there’s reason to hope we could be on the cusp of a turning point for the auto industry, …

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Avoid these 3 cyclical stocks in a rising interest rate environment

Ideally, an investment portfolio should pivot during changing monetary circumstances and underweight cyclical exposure when restrictive monetary policies are deployed. The reason for this has to do with declining purchasing power and the fundamental theory of “need versus want”. Therefore, I have identified the following three cyclical stocks on which …

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Italy on brink of EU split as far-right could win in Brexit-like vote | World | New

Former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta and head of the Italian Democratic Party list has warned that the vote in the next Italian elections could be decisive in the country’s relations with the European Union. He said the far-right election led by Giorgia Meloni could lead to a Brexit-like scenario, …

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Salcomp partners with Flowtrik to manufacture EV chargers

CHENNAI: Finnish cellphone charger maker Salcomp is teaming up with urban start-up Flowtrik Technologies to start making chargers for electric vehicles (EVs), senior officials said. The two companies on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to that effect. Under the agreement, Salcomp will be Flowtrik’s exclusive manufacturing and business …

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Tetrahydrofuran Market 2022 Global Industry Size, Demand, Growth Analysis, Share, Revenue and Forecast 2029

Tetrahydrofuran Market The global tetrahydrofuran (THF) market is expected to reach US$ 2.8 billion by the end of 2026, while growing at a CAGR of 7.8% over the forecast period. NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, Sept. 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Tetrahydrofuran Market 2022 The analysis includes the forecasted valuation and …

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Leveraging Financial Reporting for BEPS 2.0

BEPS 2.0 is not only a significant development in international taxation, but also a fundamental change in the mechanism for calculating corporate tax for international organizations. The historical basis for calculating corporation tax was residence or permanent establishment. BEPS 2.0 has now introduced an allocation of profits by markets (first …

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Airmic highlights post-Brexit hurdles in Ireland | New

In front of Island of Ireland forum on October 25, George Ong, Chief Risk Officer for Northern Ireland Water, spoke about the importance of the inaugural Airmic event. “There is no Irish equivalent to Airmic,” says Ong. “I think there is a lot we can do to support and collaborate …

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Cummins Fuels Hydrogen Pledge at IAA

Cummins Inc. confirmed its commitment to the IAA to play a major role in the hydrogen economy as part of its Destination Zero initiative. “Cummins has been at the forefront of developing power solutions for more than a hundred years, and we continue to demonstrate industry leadership by developing a …

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Timeshare sellers can have holidays from minimum tax – Part 1

Large developers of US timeshare companies and other forms of vacation ownership interval projects typically sell them to individual customers in exchange for installment obligations. The Internal Revenue Code provides these VOI sellers with special US corporation tax deferral benefits on these remittance obligations. VOI reporting rules Section 453(l)(2)(B) generally …

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Ralph Lauren targets operating margins of at least 15% by 2025

Ralph Lauren Shares rose on Monday after the luxury retailer unveiled a new three-year strategic plan that relies heavily on the strength of luxury consumers. The company also released a long-term financial outlook on its first Investor Day since 2018, remaining optimistic even in the face of rising inflation and …

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KCB invested Ksh. 120 billion to help oil traders import oil

KCB Bank Kenya injected more KSh. $120 billion to support fuel-importing Petroleum Marketing Companies (OMCs) as they seek to shore up support for the energy sector. The Bank has facilitated the importation of oil into the country by financing oil companies in its portfolio that have won contracts under the …

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Job: Cost Accountant at Veepee Group

OVERVIEW The Cost Accountant is responsible for the analysis of ongoing processes, project costs, margin analysis and must also develop and monitor the cost effective methods necessary to provide an appropriate level of cost information to management . The individual will be responsible for: Planning, researching and collecting data to …

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Did the UK benefit from Brexit?

What are cookies As is common practice with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “To place”) uses cookies, which are tiny files downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. …

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Is craft rum the next big thing?

Australians have embraced craft wine, beer, whisky, vodka and gin. Could craft rum be the next big thing? David Ward and his business partners and investors at Sydney Rum Distillery believe so. They are so confident that they expect to spend $60 million over the next three years to build …

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Global Stainless Steel Wire Rope Market Size, Share, Price, Trends, Growth, Analysis, Key Players, Outlook, Report, Forecast 2021-2026

“Global Wire Rope Market Report and Forecast 2021-2026” The global wire rope market will be driven by growing demand from major application sectors during the forecast period 2021-2026 Expert Market Research’s new report titled ‘Global Wire Rope Market Size Report and Forecast 2021-2026’, gives an in-depth analysis of the global …

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Chesapeake Energy: Pure U.S. Natural Gas Stock to Consider (NASDAQ: CHK)

photosbyjim Introduction Chesapeake Energy Corporation, based in Oklahoma City (NASDAQ: NASDAQ:CHK) announced its second quarter of 2022 on May 4, 2022. To note: This article is an update of my article published on June 19, 2022. I followed CHK on Seeking Alpha since December 2019. CHK is a core oil …

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‘When the mourning ends, reality will hit hard’: European journalists on Britain’s mood | UK News

Politics in this country is ruthless “The days we live in mark a new beginning. Only time will tell what the post-Elizabethan era will bring. At the moment, it feels like a juggernaut of too many challenges coming at once, a surreal wave. The consequences of the pandemic, which has …

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TAAHP Testifies at Senate Local Government Committee Hearing – Legislative News – TAAHP

“Historically, housing has played a very important role in the story of affordability in Texas, but restrictive land use policies and other disruptions to the creation of this supply have eroded the benefits.” – Nathan Kelley, President of the GALA. TAAHP was invited to testify before the Texas Senate Committee …

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City investment bank Numis eyes new European push from post-Brexit Dublin office

Numis, the traditionally city-focused investment bank, is preparing to compete with bigger rivals in mainland Europe after opening its post-Brexit office in Dublin. The investment bank has hired traders, sales staff and compliance expertise as it builds a team of up to 15 people in the Irish capital, after opening …

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ML and AI workloads with full encrypted isolation

Any mention of machine learning in the context of sensitive data sets sets off alarm bells in multiple departments of an average organization. Compliance and data governance supervisors have their say, as do public relations teams worried about the fallout from data breaches. And IT and data professionals need to …

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Shelf Drilling: Presentation at Pareto Conference (September 2022)

Disclaimer This presentation (the “Presentation”) was prepared by Shelf Drilling, Ltd. (“Shelf Drilling” or the “Company”) for informational purposes only and may not be reproduced or redistributed, in whole or in part, to any other person. The Presentation is made only to, and is directed only to, persons to whom …

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GBP/USD bulls push 1.1700 on Brexit optimism, falling UK unemployment rate, US inflation in sight

GBP/USD is defending two-day bullish momentum at a fifteen-day high. The change in the number of claimants in the UK increased in August, but the ILO unemployment rate fell for three months to July. EU’s Sefcovic steps forward to ease Brexit issues surrounding NI border. US CPI will be a …

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I took an international trip with my frozen eggs to learn more about the fertility industry

Depending on what is being transported and how much they can pay, the affected patient(s) will choose either a manual transport service, a commercial carrier such as DHL or FedEx, or something in between, such as combining flights local sales reps and couriers. that Loewen has relied on during the …

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DocuSign may be finding its feet, but is stock a buy-it-now?

The pandemic has been a tough time for many companies, especially during the height of social restrictions in 2020 and 2021. But on the other hand, it was the strongest time ever for a cohort of tech organizations. who helped keep the economy moving even as in-person business conduct was …

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Brexit Britain urged not to ‘lock in £750m’ to join scheme and launch own Five Eyes plan | Science | New

It was negotiated as part of the post-Brexit trade and co-operation deal that the UK would take part in Copernicus, a massive space program Britain was to pay £750m to join. But the bloc has told Britain it cannot take part in a number of schemes, including Copernicus, the £80bn …

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Mergers and acquisitions are back with $10 billion in new deals

The last two energy crises that have threatened hundreds of energy companies with bankruptcy have rewritten the playbook of oil and gas mergers and acquisitions. Previously, oil and gas companies made many aggressive tactical or cyclical acquisitions following a price crash after many distressed assets became available on the cheap. …

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6 Business Acronyms You Use All The Time But People Might Not Understand

How many acronyms do you use in an average work day? If you’re like most Americans, the answer is probably too many to count. We are attracted to all kinds of abbreviations because they save us time and time, or because they make us feel in the know. There’s a …

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Britain could plan Queen’s death – but not for risky tides of public sentiment | Marine Hyde

Queen Elizabeth II heard about her father’s death and his accession to the throne during a royal visit to Kenya. Preparing to return to London – “only a child”, Winston Churchill privately worried about the new monarch – his spoken thoughts were for the aftermath that had accompanied her to …

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CarbonCapture teams up with Frontier Carbon Solutions for the Wyoming: Biofuels Digest project

In Wyoming, CarbonCapture Inc., an American climate technology company that develops direct air capture (DAC) systems based on a revolutionary modular open systems architecture, has announced an exclusive partnership with the leading storage developer of Carbon Frontier Carbon Solutions aiming to permanently eliminate five million tons of atmospheric CO2 per …

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Job #1808: Senior Financial Reporting Officer

A dynamic and growing industrial engineering and manufacturing company is looking for a Senior Financial Reporting Manager will join their corporate finance team located in Morris County, NJ Senior Financial Reporting Manager Independently perform various accounting processes necessary to maintain business activity financial reports and records in accordance with generally …

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AWI overcomes Brexit challenges to increase sales in Europe

A Black Country manufacturer shrugged off the Brexit blues to post a surge in European sales. Alloy Wire International (AWI), which supplies round, flat and profiled wire, has seen orders soar to almost a third of its expected annual turnover of £13m, the company pledge in favor of short deadlines …

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Defense stocks: the multibagger sector of the future

After all, a guarantee allows us to easily make a life decision, whether major or minor. Yet when it comes to investing, especially in the stock market, we are told that there are no guarantees. No investment can guarantee you returns, and no one can accurately predict how much a …

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New research shows freedom of movement isn’t toxic to leavers, who are almost as positive about it as stayers

There is a widely held assumption that freedom of movement with the EU is very unpopular among people who identify as outgoing. Paul Willer, Todd Hartmanand Richard Bentall present data from a large sample (>2K) showing that this assumption is wrong: freedom of movement is almost as acceptable for leavers …

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Vitalik Buterin Explains Why He’s ‘Worried’ About Bitcoin’s Security

In a recent interview with former Bloomberg Opinion columnist Noah Smith, Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of the Ethereum Foundation, gave two reasons for his concern about Bitcoin’s security. During this interview, Vitalik had this to say about Bitcoin security: “Efficiency and safety are not separate issues. The question is always, how …

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Examining the Gaming Industry’s Hidden Impacts on Climate Change

Enlarge / Water water everywhere, and everyone [circuit] the boards have shrunk… Getty Images | Aurich Lawson Amid the stresses of living on a warming planet, playing video games is an escape for billions of people. Whether you inhale mystical gadgets in Kirby and the Forgotten Land or cruise through …

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Guernsey’s taxi and private hire trade labeled ‘not fit for purpose’ after independent review

Guernsey’s taxi and private hire sector has been branded ‘not fit for purpose’ as the results of an independent review are released. The Guernsey Committee for Environment and Infrastructure has been awarded the Taxi and Private Hire Car Review, which was independently carried out by TAS Partnership after several months …

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California State Assembly Passes Digital Financial Assets Act

California senators have amended their proposed “Digital Financial Assets Act” five times since June 2022, and the California State Assembly eventually passed the bill. The bill that would require cryptocurrency businesses, such as digital asset exchanges, to apply for a license to operate in the state is about to be …

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Brexit Britain wins as UK first in Europe to launch satellites from home | Science | New

Brian Cox describes the launch objectives of NASA’s Artemis 1 mission The UK has boosted investment in its space industry in recent years in recognition of the economic opportunities presented by commercial space launches. Confirmed in July, the First UK satellite launch should take off before the end of the …

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Making sense of the markets this week: September 4

Therefore, where millionaires decide to take their money is informative real-life experience that reveals which countries have the most attractive combination of legal stability, low tax rates, and living standards. However, wealthy people can generally enjoy a fairly high standard of living in most countries. Take the chart and data …

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Earnings per share: what is it and how is it used?

SARINYAPINNGAM/Getty Images/iStockphoto Valuing investments can be confusing for newbie investors, especially because so many different financial indicators work together to indicate whether a company is a good investment. Below is a discussion of earnings per share and how investors can use it to determine whether they want to invest their …

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The pound registers the worst monthly fall since the day after the 2016 Brexit referendum

The pound registered its biggest monthly decline against the dollar since the day after the Brexit referendum amid growing economic and political uncertainty. The pound fell 4.5% in August to $1.16, the biggest monthly drop since October 2016. The pound was also down nearly 3% against the euro. It started …

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Companies in the leak detection and repair market are using ML and AI technologies to effectively detect leaks

Business Research Company’s Leak Detection and Repair market research report expands on key drivers, trends, and opportunities for market growth. LONDON, August 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are widely used by gas emissions monitoring companies to more effectively detect leaks in their infrastructure. Using satellite …

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Brexit LIVE: EU hands out €60m lifeline to French fishermen | Politics | New

An analyst said Brexit was contributing to high energy prices across the UK. Christophe Dembikhead of macro analysis at Saxo Bank, told Express.co.uk: “The UK certainly faces as many economic problems as other European countries. “But on top of that there are also Brexit related disruptions. This has accentuated high …

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Purchase of land in Glen Ellyn to create new downtown park and event space – Shaw Local

The Village of Glen Ellyn purchases the former US Bank property at 453 Forest Ave. and is partnering with the Glen Ellyn Park District to develop the area into a multi-use event and downtown park/open space for the community. The village will purchase the property, approximately 45,000 square feet at …

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Brexit triumph: Tories present plan to make Britain a leading science superpower | Politics | New

Kit Malthouse insists that harnessing the UK’s technological prowess will not only create thousands of new jobs, but help improve public services. Below, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster says future technologies will also help ease pressure on the NHS and make our streets safer. Boris Johnson yesterday hailed …

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GeM Review: Piyush Goyal calls for end-to-end online fulfillment and payment; suggests punitive measures against fraud

Ease of doing business for MSMEs: Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal suggested introducing end-to-end online execution and payment of all transactions by buyers on the GeM procurement portal and improving tracking of order deliveries by relation to deadlines. Chairing a review meeting on GeM’s progress with CEO Prashant Kumar Singh and …

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The best time to update your graphics card is now

Players and others users of high-end PC graphics cards (crypto miners, video editors) are experiencing an unusual kind of sticker shock lately: hardware prices have fallen so low, so quickly, that it seems something is wrong do not go. Just a year ago, gamers who wanted to upgrade from an …

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Energy industry’s Super Scheme seeks court approval to use members’ money to pay fines

The move followed changes made by the Morrison government, known as the ‘Section 56 Amendment’, designed to prevent super funds from using members’ money to pay fines for any wrongdoing. The measure took effect on January 1 and EISS filed documents in February. Super funds including AustralianSuper and Cbus went …

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Netflix will generate $1.7 billion in ad revenue in the US by 2027

The man from Toronto (Photo by Sabrina Lantos/Netflix © 2022) Erik Gruenwedel August 25, 2022 Netflix is ​​expected to generate $1.7 billion by 2027 from its pending ad-supported subscription level in the US market, according to new data from Ampere Analysis. The domestic market will be the largest contributor to …

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Zoom reports financial results for the second quarter of 2022

Video conferencing platform Zoom has announced financial results for its second fiscal quarter, which ended July 31, 2022. Financial highlights include: • Revenue: Total second-quarter revenue was $1.1 billion, up 8% year-on-year. • Accounts: Q2 Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) operating at 11.1% margin and non-GAAP operating at 35.8% margin. …

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Brexit is on the brink – and ultra Remainers are mobilizing to reverse it

Attention Brexiteers, the Remainers are on the rise. They are mobilizing as if it were 2019 all over again, convinced that their time had finally come. Their excitement is palpable: Boris Johnson is finished, the Tories are slipping in the polls and Britain has been engulfed in a tsunami of …

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New home sales fall 12.6% in July

Adobe Stock Sales of new single-family homes in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 511,000, according to estimates released by the US Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. That’s 12.6% below the revised June rate of 585,000 and 29.6% below the July 2021 …

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Brexit LIVE: Irish leader tells Truss to avoid ‘extreme euroscepticism’ | Politics | New

Irish Fianna Fáil politician Thomas Byrne has said leadership candidate Liz Truss should weed out “extreme euroscepticism” as lingering uncertainty over the Northern Ireland protocol continues. Liz Truss, who introduced the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill to Parliament earlier this year, has remained firm in her commitment to continue Boris Johnson’s …

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Enphase Energy and Meraki Solar Expand IQ Adoption

FREMONT, Calif., Aug. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:ENPH), a global energy technology company and the world’s leading provider of microinverter-based solar and battery systems, today announced that Meraki Solar, a leading national residential solar service provider , expands adoption of Enphase® IQ® Microinverters as US owners …

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As beer sales plummet, government slow to cut duties

Pondicherry market fell from 32 lakh cases in 2019 to 24 lakh cases in 2021 Pondicherry market fell from 32 lakh cases in 2019 to 24 lakh cases in 2021 Beer sales have plummeted over the past year in Pondicherry as relatively high prices and post-pandemic pressures on disposable incomes …

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2 Key Things About Rivian’s Earnings Call Investors Should Know

Earlier this month, the premium electric vehicle (EV) maker Rivian Automotive (RIVN -4.04%) delivered a second quarter report that is best described as mixed. On the bright side, its revenue of $364 million beat Wall Street’s consensus estimate of $337.5 million, and it reaffirmed its 2022 production target of 25,000 …

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Brexit trade deal BOOM: UK faces £18bn hike – ‘bills will go down’ | Politics | New

US-UK trade: Basham discusses US attitudes towards dealings Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised joining the ‘powerful’ Pacific trading bloc ‘will mean lower prices on our supermarket shelves’. Boris Johnson and Liz Truss discuss trade deal (Image: Getty) It’s a glimmer of good news for the country after it emerged …

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Taiwan Semiconductor Stock: The Clear Leader (NYSE: TSM)

MF3d Investment thesis Undoubtedly, now may not be the best time to hold semiconductor stocks due to macroeconomic and sector headwinds. However, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (New York Stock Exchange: TSM), which is down about 27% since the start of the year, remains the undisputed leader in the semiconductor …

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Brits still welcome in Europe, despite Brexit | Letters

I was fascinated by Zoe Williams’ article on traveling to Europe (As a Brit overseas after Brexit I wanted to wear a badge that said ‘Don’t look at me, I didn’t vote for that!”, August 15). In May and June, my wife, our dog and I traveled in our motorhome …

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A look at the different seating configurations of the Emirates Airbus A380

Emirates IATA/ICAO code: EK/WATER Airline type: Full service carrier Hub(s): Dubai International Airport Year of foundation: 1985 CEO: Ahmed bin Said Al Maktoum Country: United Arab Emirates Emirates operates a huge fleet of over 100 A380 aircraft. As such, it’s no surprise that there are several different seat configurations available. …

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When and where to protect forests

Newbold, T. et al. Global effects of land use on local terrestrial biodiversity. Nature 52045–50 (2015). ADS CAS Article Google Scholar Diaz, S. et al. The widespread human-induced decline of life on earth highlights the need for transformative change. Science 366eaax3100 (2019). Google Scholar article Food and Agriculture Organization of …

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Take Action: Legislation Confirming Local Authority to Protect Waterways from Pesticides Awaits New York Governor’s Signature

(Beyond pesticides, Aug. 17, 2022) Health and environmental advocates are urging Governor Kathy Hochul (D) to enact legislation allowing localities across the state to protect freshwater wetlands from toxic pesticide applications. The legislation, SB S8378C, sponsored by Sen. Pete Harckham (D-WF) and passed by the Senate and State Assembly, represents …

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How will energy prices evolve?

In the short term, supply and demand do not react to rising energy prices But in the longer term, our energy mix can change. What can this mean for prices? The rise in energy prices has been rapid and sobering. Rising bills will leave typical households paying the equivalent of …

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As a Brit overseas post-Brexit, I wanted to wear a badge that said, ‘Don’t look at me, I didn’t vote for this!’ | Zoe Williams

IIt used to be a reliable middle-class hack: if you wanted an effortless vacation with no other decision than to grab a pina colada or a beer, you went to a French-run, all-inclusive place. The business model relies on a large number of sober French people who prefer water aerobics, …

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Irwin Naturals Emergence adds New England clinic to its

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Irwin Naturals Inc. (CSE: IWIN) (OTC: IWINF) (FRA: 97X) (“Irwin” or the “Company”) completed the acquisition of its first clinic in Vermont, continuing the rapid expansion of this nationally recognized brand into the emerging field of psychedelic mental health care. Irwin Naturals …

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Franco-Nevada action: the energy segment made the difference (NYSE: FNV)

Nicholas Wright Introduction Franco-Nevada of Toronto (NYSE: FNV) released its second quarter 2022 results on August 10, 2022. Note: I have been covering FNV quarterly on Seeking Alpha since March 2017. This article is an update of my previous article published on May 9, 2022. Franco Nevada has 413 assets …

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Brexit mastermind Nigel Farage warns Peter Dutton’s Liberals to be more Tory to win election

The Liberal Party must become more conservative and more assertive to win the next federal election, according to Brexit mastermind Nigel Farage. The former British politician turned TV host, who is bringing his speaking tour to Australia next month, believes Scott Morrison has been defeated because the Liberals have become …

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Doing business in China is getting harder and harder: US-China Business Forum

Sean Stein Forbes China At the start of 2022, American companies with a presence in China were optimistic about the business outlook, according to surveys. Confidence had rebounded to pre-2017 levels, thanks in part to the country’s long-term growth trajectory. Then the Covid lockdowns hit Shanghai hard in the second …

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Brexit LIVE: Truss’ ‘biggest mistake’ warned Boris’ departure would cripple post-EU ‘fantasy’ | Politics | New

Mocking elites have been silenced by an influx of American entrepreneurs ready to unleash Britain’s Brexit power. Nile Gardiner, a former aide to Margaret Thatcher, has revealed a surge of American businessmen coming to the UK despite liberal media “hissing” about Brexit. Writing in the Telegraph, Mr Gardiner said: ‘East …

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TC Housing Commission and BATA closing on LaFranier property, prepare to move forward with housing/transit center

The Traverse City Housing Commission (TCHC) and Bay Area Transportation Authority (BATA) have closed more than 50 acres of property near the intersection of LaFranier and Hammond Roads – a critical step toward building a transit center and accommodation provided on site. TCHC also received $6 million in the state’s …

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