Month: March 2022

It has become regular practice for companies to provide “guidance“ along with the company’s earnings. Guidance is a relatively new term that describes an old practice of predicting business expectations. Here we’ll take a look at this age-old tradition, discuss the good and bad points, and examine why some companies are saying “no more” to earnings
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Aspen’s spring market remains strong, with eager buyers bidding on what few properties are available. Inventory, particularly new construction, is so low that buyers are now looking at older properties to update and renovate. Ann Abernethy, a broker associate at Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate in Aspen, offers an on-the-ground look at current market
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Getty Images For most Americans, the surging cost of living is weighing heavily on their wallets. “Wage growth has failed to match the dizzying pace of rising prices, which the Federal Reserve has effectively identified as ‘monetary policy enemy No. 1,'” said Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at Bankrate.com. After the Fed raised interest rates for the
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The U.S. government incurs debt when it issues Treasury securities to fund the deficit between the amount of money that it receives in taxes and other revenues versus the amount of money that it spends on defense, welfare programs, the interest it pays on its current debt, and more. As of March 2022, the government’s
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Financial institutions will be expected to publish estimates of the carbon emissions linked to their loans and investments, under draft international standards aimed at eliminating greenwashing by companies. The International Sustainability Standards Board was established during last November’s COP26 climate summit following concern about the lack of transparency around companies’ environmental and social impacts, and
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Interaxis and CPE World, two digital asset education companies, are merging to form a comprehensive platform to teach financial advisors and accountants how to incorporate cryptocurrencies into their practices. Interaxis began in 2019 as a YouTube channel for Adam Blumberg, a certified financial planner, and Ron Rixon, a financial analyst, to explain the world of
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In this article CHWY MU LULU RH FIVE BNTX Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: BioNTech (BNTX) – The drug maker’s shares jumped 5.9% in the premarket after reporting significantly better-than-expected revenue and profit for the fourth quarter. BioNTech also reiterated its prior vaccine revenue guidance for 2022. Five Below (FIVE) –
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Miami’s Aston Martin Residences announced recently the 391-unit building has surpassed 90% in sales, beating its own records for both January and February closings with prices continuing to see an upward trend. The two months combined closed over $100 million in sales, with more still under contract, leaving fewer than 40 units available in the
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A major cryptocurrency exchange in the UAE, Bitoasis, has obtained provisional approval from Dubai’s new cryptocurrency regulator. Binance and FTX have also been green-lighted by the regulator. Bitoasis Pursuing License From Dubai’s New Crypto Regulator Bitoasis, a major crypto exchange founded and headquartered in Dubai, announced Wednesday that it has received “provisional approval” from Dubai’s
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The price of gold failed to make new all-time highs in March, but is gold likely to make new all-time highs in April?  by Craig Hemke via Sprott Money News The month of March has been a wild one for the COMEX digital metals, and despite the war in Ukraine, this is not unusual. But
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A wash sale is a transaction in which an investor sells a losing security to claim a capital loss, and within 30 days before or after the sale you Buy substantially the same securities, Acquire substantially the same securities in a fully taxable trade, or Acquire an option to buy substantially the same securities. Some
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