Month: December 2020

Heading into the New Year, weak oil prices and production declines will continue to strain several North Dakota cities dependent on oil-related revenue. A prolonged period of production declines will hit the state’s Bakken Shale hub cities of Williston, Minot and Dickinson the hardest, according to a Moody’s Investors Service comment. Moody’s rates Williston Ba2
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Intro Anyone who is looking forward to investing in Dividend stocks, It is an investing strategy that benefits investors with two sources of potential profit. 1, the predictable income that comes from regular dividend payments, 2, capital appreciation over time. Investing in dividend stocks may be a great approach for those investors who are looking
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Municipal bonds were stable on Wednesday as the market remained mostly unchanged on the last full trading day of 2020. Thursday will see an early close with a full close on Friday. Trading will resume on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021. Residual position-squaring is about all that is happening this week — and much of last
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The EU and China have announced a long-awaited deal on an investment treaty, in a move that is aimed at opening up lucrative new corporate opportunities but risks antagonising president-elect Joe Biden’s incoming US administration.  The accord was confirmed by Chinese President Xi Jinping and EU leaders including European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen
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During a bull market, negative news is quickly digested and the collateral damage is often limited. Therefore, even as XRP price dumped aggressively due to the uncertainty regarding the outcome of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit, other altcoins have largely been unaffected. Crypto market data daily view. Source: Coin360 Moreover, as Bitcoin’s (BTC) strong rally
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Investment banks across the world have generated a record $124.5bn in fees this year as companies raced to raise cash to outlast the pandemic. The windfall came as lenders earned all-time high fees underwriting debt and equity offerings for clients like aeroplane maker Boeing, property rental site Airbnb and telecoms group SoftBank, according to data
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