Month: November 2019

A group of Black Friday online shopping purchases photographed in delivery boxes filled with polystyrene packing pellets, taken on September 13, 2019. Future Publishing | Future | Getty Images Black Friday shoppers spent $7.4 billion online, the second largest Internet shopping day ever, according to data compiled by Adobe Analytics. The $7.4 billion marked the
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Don’t be surprised if a proposal billed as a middle-class tax cut emerges from the White House at some point next year. With the president’s hope to make it an election issue — as recently described by his top economic policy advisor in an interview with CNBC — the idea is to lower taxes on America’s middle earners
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Independent retailers are gearing up for Small Business Saturday, a day used to promote mom-and-pop retailers, and many towns are doing their best to support the effort.  In 2018, an estimated 104 million consumers shopped at independent retailers and restaurants on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. They spent $17.8 billion, the most since the shopping event
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Saskia Esken and Norbert Walter-Borjans gesture after being announced by Rhineland-Palatinate State Premier Malu Dreyer as winners of a Social Democratic Party members’ ballot for leadership in Berlin, Germany, November 30, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch BERLIN (Reuters) – Opponents of the coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives won a vote for the leadership of Germany’s Social
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As a REIT analyst it’s my job to cover all property sectors, including prisons. While some may not be in favor of investing in businesses that encourage incarceration, we maintain no social or political bias for the property sector, deemed critical mission infrastructure. Much of the debate these days has to do with Democratic Presidential
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