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October often brings the heaviest tax-loss selling, when fund managers unload money-losing stocks to offset gains from other ones.
42com Telecommunication GmbH (42com), a German land line telecom operator focussed on carrier-to-carrier business, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Vodacode, LLC (Vodacode) to acquire substantially all of its assets in a cash transaction. The acquisition will take effect from the 1st of December 2021.
A woman who kept feeding mynahs, doves and other wild birds despite being warned not to was fined $3,000.
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'We are remarkably well equipped to further reinforce our market position,' the company said.
Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino dropped a real whopper this week.
Astronomers have spotted signs of a possible planet in another galaxy, the first time a planet candidate was spotted outside the Milky Way.
China condemned on Wednesday the placing of election posters depicting the Tibetan flag outside its embassy in Denmark as a deliberate attempt to interfere in China's internal affairs. Ten posters of a candidate in a local election standing next to the Tibetan flag were removed shortly after he put them up outside the Chinese mission in a suburb of the capital Copenhagen.
The global self-storage market (hereafter referred to as the market studied) was valued at USD 48. 02 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach a value of USD 64. 71 billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 5.New York, Oct. 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Self Storage Market - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026)" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p06177346/?utm_source=GNW 45% over the forecast period, 2021-2026. The growth in
Insulate Britain has blocked two sections of major roads into London after warning its "non-violent civil resistance" would continue on Wednesday.
With markets primed for a Bank of England interest rate rise as soon as next week, UK policymakers now start to face an uncomfortable entanglement of monetary and fiscal policy bequeathed by central bank bond buying, or 'quantitative easing'. Wednesday sees UK finance minister Rishi Sunak lay out his latest government budget, likely relieved by lower borrowing estimates than initially forecast after the pandemic hit but also under pressure to outline a framework for stabilising public finances medium term. However, the BoE's rhetorical twist over the past month has guided money markets to expect a rise in its historically low 0.1% policy rate by yearend as inflation expectations build.
The push for greater diversity in Hollywood is getting a big boost from a new talent agency that's launching this month in New York City.
DUBLIN, October 27, 2021--The "Global Carpets and Rugs Market 2021-2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Volkswagen's labour leader took aim at Chief Executive Herbert Diess, accusing him of not taking an interest in workers' concerns and rekindling a long-standing conflict ahead of a supervisory board meeting on Wednesday. Emotions at Europe's largest carmaker are running high ever since Diess told a supervisory board meeting last month that the company could lose 30,000 jobs if it transitioned too slowly to electric vehicles. The comments on Wednesday by Daniela Cavallo -- who became Volkswagen's works council head this year and replaced Bernd Osterloh, a fierce opponent of Diess -- mark a fresh low point in a relationship that has for years been fraught with conflict.
German sportswear giant Puma increased its 2021 sales outlook on Wednesday (October 27) despite lingering supply-chain pressures.Factories in Vietnam, a major supplier to the footwear industry, have been closed due to the global health crisis, and factory owners have said they only expect to fully resume operations from the second half of next year.Puma Chief Executive Bjorn Gulden said the company was also having to cope with port congestion and shortages of container ships that are pushing up freight costs, along with a, quote, "very difficult market situation" in China.Third-quarter sales rose a currency-adjusted 20.4% to $2.21 billion while operating profit also jumped well ahead of forecasts.Rival Nike cut its fiscal 2022 sales expectations last month and said it expected delays during the holiday shopping season, blaming a supply chain crunch.Puma sales jumped 31% in the Americas and 22% in Europe, Middle East and Africa.However they only rose 1.7% in Asia/Pacific due to ongoing tensions in China and lockdowns in markets including Japan.
Heineken on Wednesday posted a 2.6 billion euro ($2 billion) jump in year-on-year net profit three-quarters into 2021, but reported a major slump in beer sales in Asia markets because of Covid-19 restrictions.
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An Australian labradoodle showed off his agility in Brooklyn, New York, by leaping over ever-growing stacks of toilet paper, paper towels, and other household items.Elan Kane filmed his dog Shakshuka’s impressive feats of nimbleness and posted it to the pooch’s Instagram account, @its.shoe.key.Shakshuka, nicknamed Shuki, eventually cleared a hurdle stacked four rolls of paper towels high. Credit: @its.shoe.key via Storyful
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