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What Pelosi’s New Stimulus Bill Contains

The Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi (Democrat), just presented a 1,800-page bill for consideration. The bill is called the Heroes Act (it is an acronym for Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act) and it contains many things that Democrats have wanted all along during the pandemic – and more. In order to meet the needed costs that ...

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Plans for Reopening the U.S. – Are We Ready?

More and more discussion is taking place about the possibility of re-opening the United States for business. Although some leaders and businesses are for it, many others are saying keep it shut down. The U.S. is not alone in this discussion, but some other countries are already seeking to loosen the restrictions. While the numbers of new coronavirus cases and ...

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The Economic Stimulus Package Has Passed in the Senate

Once again, the stock market has continued to move upward. The key factor was the completion of the $2 trillion economic stimulus package in the Senate. The next step is for it to go to the House for their approval, where it is expected to be quickly passed. President Trump has already said that he will sign it. The Distribution ...

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Trump Announces $3B Defense Deal with India

Speaking to a cheering crowd in Ahmedabad on Monday, President Donald Trump announced plans to sign a series of massive military deals with India. India’s government has already approved the purchase of 24 maritime helicopters from Lockheed Martin for $2.6 billion and the US State Department has approved the potential sale of $1.8 billion in rifles, missiles, and other weapons ...

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Fact, Not Fiction: Coronavirus And Bioweapons Labs Operate In China’s Virus-Infested City

The Chinese city of Wuhan, which is under an absolute military lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak, hosts two laboratories linked to China’s clandestine bio-weapons program — labs that also happen to lead China’s coronavirus research and prevention efforts. The purpose and location of these facilities are facts — not elements of a conspiracy theory. Yet reporting this information and ...

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Planned Meeting of Six Central Banks on Digital Currencies

For some time, various segments of the public have shown a growing interest in digital currencies. Although banks and governments have long thought it would be an idea that would fade into nothing, it has since proven its ability to stay – and to be valuable. This coming April, six central banks will be meeting to discuss whether they should ...

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Coronavirus Impacts the Energy and Travel Markets

Coronavirus continues to heavily impact the energy markets and the travel markets but it is far from over. There is no reduction in the rate it is spreading but hopes are higher. Energy stocks have shown signs of moving on in spite of negative news but it likely will face greater downturns as the virus spreads. A vaccine for the ...

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China Reopens Market and Gets a Rebound

There is no doubt that coronavirus is still having a strong impact on the world economy – especially China’s. A slowdown of the spread of the disease cannot be expected any time soon but it still has not yet been labeled a pandemic. The virus continues to affect a rapidly growing number of people and about 369 deaths have occurred ...

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Using Marketing Metrics to Make a Business Profit

Before doing any serious marketing for your business, or before spending any more money on marketing, you need to know what kind of results you are looking for. Using marketing metrics can tell you a lot of things but unless you adjust your marketing program to improve the metrics, you really are wasting your time. Metrics can be a powerful ...

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Federal Reserve Strikes Again! – Monetary Policy Decisions on Rates, Inflation, Market Liquidity

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting on Wednesday, January 29, yielded no change on the federal funds interest rate range of 1.5 to 1.75 percent. However, the interest on excess reserves rate (IOER) did get a slight push upwards, moving from1.55 percent to 1.6 percent. To help maintain that federal funds rate range, the FOMC authorized the Open Market ...

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