Monthly Archives سپتامبر 2020

2.5 million homeowners could save $500/month by refinancing: report

Record low mortgage rates equal big refinance savings

Mortgage rates have hit record lows nine times this year, and that spells big savings opportunities for homebuyers and refinancers.

In fact, refinance rates are low enough that data firm Black Knight estimates 2...

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There are big variations in the state-by-state unemployment picture

What’s going on with extra COVID-19 unemployment benefits?

It’s been weeks since President Donald Trump signed an executive memorandum that was supposed to get the federal government back into the business of topping up unemployment benefits, to $400 a week...

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افزایش میزان کتاب های صوتی

در کهگیلویه و بویراحمد می گوید: «انتخاب رشته نوشتن بر اساس توانایی های ذاتی و اکتسابی است و معمولاً توانایی های ذاتی انسان ، اگر کشف شود ، به کسب علاقه و تلاش برای بهترین ...

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Apple Crisp Recipe

This homemade classic apple crisp recipe is a holiday family favorite, and it’s surprisingly simple to make!

Homemade Apple Crumble Recipe

Easy Apple Crisp

This is one of those basic desserts everyone should try, because it’s such a delicious recipe that will receive rave reviews from guests every single time you serve ...

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Comparing Biden’s and Trump’s economic policies

The next U.S. president will end up inheriting an economy that’s been badly damaged by the COVID-19 crisis, which has led to record job losses over the past year, a potential eviction crisis, the shutdown of businesses across the country, and exorbitant medical bills.    

After the 2020 election...

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Water enters futures market, allowing buyers to lock in prices

Wall Street is about to begin trading futures contracts for water under new financial products announced by CME Group and Nasdaq.

There is a new product allowing businesses in California — mostly farms and other agricultural businesses that rely on water — to lock in prices for water...

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday from complications of metastatic pancreas cancer, the court announced. She was 87 years old.

Ginsburg became a cultural phenomenon in later life. As a young lawyer, she pioneered unique economic arguments to win cases.  

Ginsburg graduated firs...

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The WeChat ban will have economic effects, too

Starting Sunday, users in the United States will no longer be able to download or update WeChat. The Trump administration announced Friday morning that it is banning the Chinese-owned messaging and payment app WeChat, effective Sunday, over national security concerns.

Chinese-owned tech companies ...

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Art museums are selling off parts of their collections to survive

The pandemic has been nothing short of a disaster for many cultural institutions. Take art museums, for example: Many are facing severe budget shortfalls. New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art may face a deficit of over $100 million this year. Some smaller museums may have to close permanently. 

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In Mexico, the once-thriving theater industry is in decline

Before the pandemic, the theater industry in Mexico was growing steadily, becoming Latin America’s Broadway and a hub for many U.S. productions. But now, the industry and its workers have seen a rapid decline in jobs, with only limited ways to retool productions safely.

“It’s become an absolute...

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