Con: The market where you’re buying might take a while to recover from the pandemic Do your homework on the area where you want to buy. What kind of travel restrictions are in place? Will you be able to enjoy the natural beauty of the location, even if the restaurants and attractions are closed? Or will social distancing dampen the appeal? … [Read more...] about Is a Pandemic a Good—or Horrible—Time To Buy a Vacation Home?
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"As a city, there's nothing we could do, we're not able to put up roadblocks and say, 'You can't come in,'" he said. "And it was quite obvious that we were going to have a lot of people here, even if we didn't call it the rally. The issue is if we did not officially sanction it as a rally, then we would not be able to prepare for it." … [Read more...] about An event that brings thousands of tourists to a small South Dakota city is about to begin
“Overall, the decline (in earnings) isn’t quite as large as people had feared. However, that is not feeding through into people upgrading their estimates for the rest of the year,” said Matt Siddle, portfolio manager, Fidelity Funds European Growth. … [Read more...] about BP shares get transition lift in cautious European market
In pictures: Beirut blast aftermath — destruction, chaos and rescue 'Unacceptable' ammonium nitrate stock Prime Minister Hassan Diab said that a large stockpile of 2,750 metric tons of ammonium nitrate in a warehouse at the port had caused the second, larger explosion. "It is unacceptable that a shipment of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate has been present for six years in a warehouse, without taking preventive measures," Diab said. … [Read more...] about Beirut explosion live updates: Half of city affected by damage
“The market has finally seen the stop-loss cascade that we have been looking for... If bids get pulled lower, this collapse could potentially run down to the low 1.31s,” wrote Stephen Gallo, currency analyst at BMO Capital Markets, in a note to clients. … [Read more...] about Dollar stays weak amid signs of lagging U.S. economy