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Only two months later, and 2021 is shaping up to be quite a different year from 2020. The market best performing sectors have so far been energy, finance, communications and industry – compared to the tech and consumer discretionary sectors that have dominated 2020. Dividends provide a level of calm …

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5 tips for changing careers

The idea of ​​choosing a lifelong career at a naive age is a bit silly, and it’s no wonder some people can start to tire of previously chosen professions as they grow older. If your current job seems boring, remember that you don’t have to stick with a career you …

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EBON BREAKING NEWS: TOP RANKING LAW FIRM ROSEN Encourages Investors in Ebang International Holdings Inc. to Learn About Class Action Investigation – EBON

WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces that it is investigating potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of Ebang International Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: EBON) arising from allegations that Ebang could have provided misleading marketing information to the investing public. SO WHAT: If you have purchased …

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Moratoriums present risks for Asean banking systems

KUALA LUMPUR: The moratoriums on lending and restructuring pose critical risks to Asean banking systems, including Malaysia, and should be monitored in the future, according to Maybank Kim Eng Research. The research house said loan moratoriums and restructuring across Asean have blurred the lines on asset quality risks. “Only 10% …

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Jackson County jury trials set to resume on May 1

JACKSON, MI – Jackson County‘s jury trial record, currently on hold due to COVID-19 safety concerns, has about three times as many homicide cases as usual. When jury trials resume, the 18 defendants indicted in these homicide cases will be part of the large backlog of Jackson County cases – …

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The Recorder – Orange business leaders invited to an information session on forgivable loans

Posted: 02/22/2021 17:50:57 PM ORANGE – Franklin County Community Development Corporation (CDC) executive director John Waite said Orange businesses are not well represented in the regional microenterprise assistance program which aims to help businesses get through the COVID-19 pandemic. His organization hopes to change that. CDC has partnered with Greenfield …

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How to protect DeFi assets from hackers

The hype is on and raging as the DeFi industry continues to reach new highs in its capitalization, reaching $ 85.03 billion at the end of March 2021. While the DeFi market is booming, a darker aspect industry is also reaping the benefits of the capitalization shattering. The security of …

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Paycheque Protection Program to Fully Reopen Tuesday

WASHINGTON DC, (WABI) – The Paycheck Protection Program will fully reopen on Tuesday with hard-hit small businesses eligible to receive a second forgivable loan. Small businesses that employ 300 people or less and have experienced a loss of gross income of 25% or more between comparable periods in 2019 and …

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Does Germany promise to return the looted objects to Benin? | Culture | Reports on the arts, music and lifestyle of Germany | DW

Located in the southwest of present-day Nigeria, the city of Benin, with 2.5 million inhabitants, was once a thriving commercial center, famous for its precious bronze sculptures. The so-called Benin bronzes, which can be found today in many major European museums, come from that once strong pre-colonial monarchy called the …

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Getting Started – CBS Miami

For many high school graduates, the road to college can be difficult, especially if financial conditions at home are not optimal. But planning your future in advance is a good way to bridge this gap. For Rhea Thomas, her journey to secure a Bright Futures scholarship began long before she …

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Report: Bright Health Eyes IPO

Mike Mikan Photo courtesy of Bright Healt Based in Minneapolis Bright Health Inc. is on a different planet from all the other Minnesota startups. To date, the company has raised more than $ 1.5 billion in funding. Now a report has surfaced that Bright Health is hoping to go public …

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Student loan relief extended until September 30

If you’re juggling federal student debt and other bills, you’re about to take another pandemic-related break. Those who lost jobs during the pandemic and now must decide whether to pay off student debt or buy groceries may delay federal student loan repayments until September 30. The temporary break for federal …

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Small businesses worry about PPP loan forgiveness (1)

The Paycheque Protection Program injected $ 525 billion in forgivable loans to small businesses from early April to early August. The program was rented to save jobs and support companies in difficulty and criticized for its awkward deployment, fraud, and to favor businesses with established banking relationships over under-banked businesses. …

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