Investing

By Joel Salatin Originally posted July 14, 2020 on Manward Press What is going to happen to cash? Like me, you’re undoubtedly seeing every kind of prediction under the sun. After all, the government has created $3 trillion to $4 trillion out of thin air in a couple of months… there are continuing hurdles in…
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Hello everyone! Welcome to this weekly roundup of Investing stories from deputy editor Joe Ciolli. Please subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Tuesday. Dear Readers, By now you've probably had enough time to digest the flood of commentary around the coronavirus and what it means for markets. You may not have a clear idea…
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By Barani Krishnan Investing.com - OPEC’s compliance story on cuts has saved the day for oil bulls.  But the real story will be told in about 24 hours or less: What the cartel will do for production going forth? There’s speculation that a rollback in OPEC cuts is almost certain as crude exporting nations try…
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Boston, MA, July 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- (via Blockchain Wire) COSIMO Ventures, an investment firm with offices in Boston and Dublin focused on transforming promising deep technology companies into global industry leaders, is pleased to announce a seven-figure investment from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) (www.rit.edu) into its new, blockchain-focused tokenized fund, COSIMO X.
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The Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s (BFTP/NEP) Board of Directors has approved the investment of $210,500 in support of four early-stage, technology-based firms in BFTP/NEP’s 21-county service area. Investments identified as continuation projects indicate that the client achieved pre-determined milestones and is receiving more funding to accomplish additional project work. BFTP/NEP announces the…
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Both media giant Disney (NYSE:) and the international coffee-chain Starbucks (NASDAQ:) have seen their businesses turned upside down by the global coronavirus outbreak and worldwide lockdowns. Each company, considered symbols of American consumerism, has suffered massive losses this year as customers stayed indoors and the pandemic forced closures of their operations. But as economies reopen globally,…
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