Month: October 2022

Robert Radigan has joined Squire Patton Boggs as partner in the Public & Infrastructure Finance Practice in New York, the firm announced on Monday. Radigan has a lot of experience with public finance projects and has represented many different organizations including housing authorities, governmental issuers and nonprofits, such as hospitals, universities, schools and cultural facilities.  “Robert
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Britishvolt is preparing to enter administration as early as Monday after the troubled UK battery start-up failed to secure additional funding, according to three people with knowledge of the matter. The company, which has been developing a £3.8bn gigafactory in north-east England, has been in emergency fundraising talks for weeks after running down its cash
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In this article MRK CSG.N-CH SNBR META Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Budrul Chukrut | SOPA Images | Lightrocket | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading Thursday. Meta Platforms — The Facebook parent slumped 24.6% after issuing weak guidance for the current quarter and missing earnings estimates for the
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In this article TRU Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT From credit cards to mortgages, it’s suddenly a lot more expensive to borrow money. The Federal Reserve has raised its benchmark short-term rate 3 percentage points since March in an effort to curb unrelenting inflation, with another rate hike likely on the way next week. “Borrowers are feeling
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Hi Scott With all the rumblings in the news and socials about the world economy collapsing, we are a bit worried about our super and savings – we are getting a bit long in the tooth and are ready to retire in 18 months (we’re in our early 60s). My brother keeps saying we should
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Help! I really need advice. I’m a single mum of three (14, 12 and three years old). I bought a townhouse when rates were low, and locked in a fixed rate at 1.9%. It was already tight with my budget. But now that rates are rising, I simply won’t be able to afford the mortgage
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Dear Barefoot, Five years ago (at age 50), I walked away from an abusive marriage, with my two kids. As I was sinking into a black hole, a friend gave me your book. Through using your strategies, I’ve managed to rebuild my wealth, grow my superannuation to over $500,000, and buy a house for myself
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Bondholders and the Puerto Rico Oversight Board reached a deal on the payment of Puerto Rico appropriation debt that was structured to pay 6.4% of what is owed plus some interest. The deal on Public Finance Corp. bonds was announced Wednesday on the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s EMMA disclosure website. There is $1.09 billion in
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Kobus Louw | E+ | Getty Images Company: Vertiv Holdings (VRT) Business: Vertiv designs, manufactures and services critical digital infrastructure technologies and life cycle services for data centers, communication networks, and commercial and industrial environments. The company went public through a SPAC merger in the first quarter of 2020 with GS Acquisition Holdings, a SPAC
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Former U.S. President Donald Trump throws caps as he attends a rally in Warren, Michigan, U.S., October 1, 2022. Dieu-nalio Chery | Reutersm Former President Donald Trump and related defendants are opposing New York Attorney General Letitia James’ call for an independent monitor to oversee the Trump Organization’s submission of financial statements to third parties
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Torsten Asmus Investment Thesis Persistent inflation around the world has resulted in an accelerated pace of interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve. This has resulted in large sell-off across the fixed income markets. Emerging market debt, including US Dollar denominated debt, has gone down by almost a third of its value in price. As
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The SEC sued Ripple at the end of 2020 on allegations that it sold XRP as an unregistered security. The case has gone through a number of procedural motions since, and the parties recently filed their motions for summary judgement. On Friday, the Blockchain Association asked the court overseeing the case for permission to join
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What’s trending in residential bathrooms? Six hundred respondents to an online survey – including designers, dealers, manufacturers, remodelers and architects – answered that question in the leading industry group’s just-released 2023 Design Trends study. The National Kitchen & Bath Association’s annual report provides insights to what homeowners are requesting and what professionals are delivering. These
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The New Jersey Turnpike Authority is scheduled to close next week on a $700 million revenue bond deal. The Series 2022B bonds priced Oct. 13. Proceeds are destined for improvement projects across the 290 miles of roadway that make up the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.  The New Jersey Turnpike Authority priced a
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Abstract Aerial Art/DigitalVision via Getty Images The U.S dollar has seen impressive gains versus other major currencies year-to-date, most notably against the JPY (+27%) and the GBP (17%). Driven mainly by the Federal Reserve’s aggressive monetary tightening and a widening yield gap between the U.S and other developed nations, dollar strength has played an important
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