Month: March 2021

The consumer staples sector is comprised of companies that produce and sell items considered essential for everyday use. Consumer staples products include household goods, food, beverages, hygiene products, and other items that individuals are either unwilling or unable to eliminate from their budgets even in times of financial trouble. As a result, these companies are viewed as
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A senior Brussels policymaker has sought to quash British hopes of obtaining AstraZeneca vaccines manufactured in the European Union, saying “zero” jabs would be shipped across the Channel if the company failed to meet its commitments to the bloc.  Thierry Breton, internal market commissioner, played down the likely outcome of talks that have been ongoing
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Blockcap, one of North America’s fastest-growing Bitcoin (BTC) mining companies, has secured sizable investments from some of crypto’s biggest names, setting the stage for significant expansion in the year ahead. Off The Chain Capital and Foundry Digital, a subsidiary of Digital Currency Group, contributed to the $75 million haul, Blockcap announced Wednesday. The funding will
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Beautiful beaches, great food and vibrant culture have long made Spain a premier destination for global travelers and second-home owners. In this week’s look at the luxury real estate market, I examined three desirable tourist destinations along Spain’s eastern coast. From a contemporary villa in Altea Hills to a beachside estate in Sierra Blanca, here’s
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The New Civil Liberties Alliance has objected to FinCEN’s proposed crypto wallet rule, calling it “unlawful.” In addition, the group says that the U.S. Treasury’s “planned ‘crackdown’ on cryptocurrency holders’ private wallets is an unconstitutional power grab.” FinCEN’s Proposed Crypto Wallet Rule Is Unlawful, Says NCLA The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA), a nonpartisan, nonprofit
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The global chip shortage has caused havoc for the auto industry. Due to a lack of semiconductor chips, Nio (NIO) even had to recently suspend production for five days at its Nio-JAC factory. Based on talks with various OEMs, J.P. Morgan analyst Nick Lai says that during 1Q or 2Q21, the shortage will see Chinese
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It all began with passage of the $8.3 billion Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2020, enacted into law on March 6, 2020. The $192 billion Families First Coronavirus Response Act came next onMarch 18. With the passage and signing of the CARES Act into law, March 27, 2020, Congress and President Trump set into
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Shares of HyreCar were up 1.4% in Tuesday’s extended trading session after the carsharing marketplace provider reported improved 4Q revenues. HyreCar’s (HYRE) 4Q revenues grew 42% year-over-year to $7 million and fared better than the Street’s estimates of $6.84 million. Top-line growth was driven by higher rental days. Rental days increased 41% to approximately 277,000
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