Month: May 2021

An artist’s rendering of a Momentus Vigoride transfer vehicle deploying a satellite in orbit. Momentus Shares of Stable Road Acquisition Corp. fell in trading on Monday after the firm disclosed in a securities filing that its merger target, in-space transportation company Momentus, no longer plans to conduct any missions for customers this year. “Momentus informed
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Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: AMC Entertainment (AMC) – The movie theater operator’s shares jumped another 15.4% in premarket trading, following four straight days of gains and a nearly 36% surge in Thursday’s session alone. AMC – popular among the so-called “meme” stocks – has more than doubled
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San Diego’s regional transportation planning agency introduced a $160 billion draft regional plan that hinges on high-density housing development along transit lines. The 30-year plan drafted by the 21-member board of the San Diego Association of Governments has the support of environmental and labor groups though it faces opposition from some Republicans and anti-tax groups.
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History shows investors will stick with their mutual fund and Exchange Traded Fund holdings in the next downturn, Investment Company Institute Chair Ted Truscott asserted today. It’s a myth these investors are prone to panic when the markets go against them force and force funds to dump securities onto the market at fire-sale prices, Truscott
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After four years of planning meetings, including over 100 community sessions, the multi-purpose campus for Google received unanimous approval this week from the San Jose City Council. The 80-acre site will bring 4,000 residential units plus 7.3 million square feet of office space. The office buildings are to provide space for an estimated 20,000 workers.
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The Biden administration is proposing the authorization of $50 billion in direct-pay qualified School Infrastructure Bonds and doubling the limit on tax-exempt private activity bonds for transportation infrastructure to $30 billion. The Treasury’s so-called Green Book of proposed changes to tax law released Friday also calls for an enhancement of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
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In this article MORN Trevor Williams Thematic tech investing is exploding in popularity. Everyone wants to invest in funds that own clean energy, cybersecurity, electric vehicles, e-sports, robotics, 3D printing, and cloud computing. But watch out, Morningstar warns: The majority of these funds do not outperform the markets, have high fees, high failure rates, and
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Everything is coming up roses (and peonies) for Courtney Sixx, who is the founder of Bouquet Box. This innovative subscription box is the perfect gift for anyone with an equal appreciation for flowers and DIY projects. Launched in February 2021, Bouquet Box was co-created with famed floral design house Mark’s Garden. It’s a truly innovative product that’s the
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Sharebite CEO and cofounder Dilip Rao and co-founder Mohsin Memon Source: Sharebite There’s no such thing as a free lunch – except when big companies want to get their employees back to the office during a pandemic. Employers including banks and asset managers, technology companies and law firms are ramping up back-to-work plans as more
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Charleston, S.C.—Located on one of Charleston’s barrier islands, the new luxury community Kiawah River reported an unprecedented sales record in the first quarter of 2021, surpassing its overall sales total for the previous year. As full-time remote work becomes a possibility for more U.S. workers, this somewhat remote Lowcountry agrihood is attracting buyers from across
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Utah Infrastructure Agency, a pioneer in financing public broadband, will connect its 16th city to an open fiber network known as Utopia. UIA expects to price $17.1 million of tax-exempt revenue bonds Wednesday through negotiation with Key Banc Capital Markets. Roger Timmerman, executive director of Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency (UTOPIA), sister agency of UIA,
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That’s “big dividends” in the relative sense. With the U.S. 10-year Treasury rate at 2.7%, then stocks paying more than a 4% dividend yield are of interest. An equity has more risk intrinsically than a government bond — if you’re willing to accept that, then you may find the higher yield a more attractive choice.
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