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Thieves sell stolen goods from Home Depot, Walmart
Multiple thieves have been spotted in the past few weeks who stole products from Home Depot stores as a result of the retailer's security measures. Multiple thieves have been spotted in the past few weeks who stole products from Home Depot stores as a result of the retailer's security measures. On Wednesday, a former New York pawn shop owner admitted to selling stolen goods from major U.S. retailers such as Home Depot. According to court documents, Devin Tribunella owned and operated Royal Crown...
Updated: 01/21/2022
5 things to know before the stock market opens Tuesday
Interest rates are low, which means bond prices remain high, which is why the Federal Reserve is reversed course to fight inflation. Interest rates are low, which means bond prices remain high, which is why the Federal Reserve is reversed course to fight inflation. Stock valuations are high relative to earnings, because so much new money has flown in during the coronaviruses epidemic. Here is a chart showing the aggregate forward price-to- earnings ratio for the S&P 500 index SPX over the past...
Updated: 01/21/2022
Commercial real estate crisis predicted by disruption in the industry
... course of the last couple of years, all of your hospitality has been devastated because of the Pandemic, and in and of itself is going to cause massive defaults. There are opportunities for these things to turn around for investors, and that's good news. Nobody has reported on these for 18 months through the Troubled Asset Deferral Program, part of the CARES Act. We have 18 months of defaults that are going to start hitting now. That program was terminated on January 1, 2022, and they have 60 days ...
Updated: 01/21/2022
Saudi-backed airstrike takes Yemen offline, dozens wounded
... later. The Norwegian Refugee Council rebuked the strike as a blatant attack on civilian infrastructure that will affect our aid delivery. The strike on the telecommunications building had killed and wounded people, according to the Houthi satellite news channel Al-Masirah. It released chaotic footage of people digging through rubble for a body as gunshots could be heard. Aid workers assisted with the bloodied survivors. The Saudi-led coalition battling the Houthi rebels acknowledged carrying out ...
Updated: 01/21/2022
Bitcoin price falls below $40,000 for second time this month
It's been a rough week for bitcoin, just like equities. The price of the coin has gone down for five days in a row. It's been a rough week for Bitcoin , just like equities. The price of the coin has gone down for five days in a row. For the second time this month, the price of digital currency fell below $40,000 and is off more than 10% for the month. The Federal Reserve released a highly anticipated report on central bank digital currencies that suggested it was leaning toward having banks and...
Updated: 01/21/2022
House, campaign office of Rep. Cuellar raided in Azerbaijan probe
A senior law enforcement official said that Henry Cuellar's home and campaign office in Texas were raided as part of a federal investigation into the country of Azerbaijan and a group of U.S. businessmen who have ties to the country. A senior law enforcement official said that Henry Cuellar's home and campaign office in Texas were raided as part of a federal investigation into the country of Azerbaijan and a group of U.S. businessmen who have ties to the country. Witnesses said federal agents...
Updated: 01/21/2022
New wearable device could detect COVID 19 in the air
... researchers at the Yale School of Public Health . According to a study by the Environmental Science and Technology Letters, the device captures viruses-laden aerosols. An assistant professor of epidemiology at Yale, Krystal Godri Pollitt, said in a news release that a clip can detect low levels of virus that are well below the estimated SARS-CoV-2 infectious dose. The Fresh Air Clip helps identify exposure events early, alerting people to get tested or quarantined. The clip is intended to help prevent ...
Updated: 01/21/2022
U.S. charges Belarusian officials over Ryanair diversion
... the dawn of the powered flight, countries around the world have cooperated to keep passenger airplanes safe. The defendants shattered those standards by diverting an airplane to the wrong purpose of repressing dissent and free speech, according to a news release by U.S. attorney Damian Williams. Ryanair said Belarusian flight controllers told the pilots there was a bomb threat against the jetliner and ordered it to land in Minsk . The Belarusian military scrambled a MiG 29 fighter jet in an attempt ...
Updated: 01/21/2022
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