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Exclusive: El Salvador Seeks IMF Funding, Sees ‘Golden Opportunity’ For Economy, Says Finance Minister | Invest News

By Anthony Esposito and Nelson Renteria (Reuters) – El Salvador in talks with International Monetary Fund (IMF) about securing about $ 1.3 billion in funding, sees “golden opportunity” to revitalize its economy after party victory in power in parliamentary elections, a senior government official said. Finance Minister Alejandro Zelaya told …

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Government domestic debt up to N $ 70 billion

In a December 2020 quarterly bulletin, the Bank of Namibia said total domestic debt had increased both year-over-year and quarter-over-quarter to meet the government’s financing needs. The government’s total domestic debt increased by 18.9% and 5.9%, year-on-year and quarter-on-quarter respectively, to reach N $ 70.1 billion in the second quarter …

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NFT News sent this stock to explode today

What happened Actions of the Chinese operator of live broadcasting platform Scienjoy Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: SJ) were trading over 55% higher at 11:55 a.m. EDT Tuesday after the company announced a new strategic alliance with Interactive snipp (OTC: SNIP.F). So what Scienjoy is teaming up with Snipp, which supports its …

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Budget movements focus on risk prevention

An employee counts cash at a bank in Haian, east China’s Jiangsu Province, June 24, 2020. [Photo/Sipa] Reforms to reduce debt barriers and improve fiscal sustainability, ministry says Policymakers have decided to optimize budget management and tighten regulations on debt financing to prevent risks and improve fiscal sustainability, the finance …

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Are Institutional Investors Too Big for ESG?

“Capital markets have become institutionalized,” Delilah Rothenberg, founder of the Predistribution Initiative and one of the authors of the article, told Institutional Investor. “Pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds and the like have to deploy large amounts of capital efficiently because they themselves are so big. “ In many …

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Brookfield Asset Mgmt: Debt Overview

Over the past three months, the actions of Brookfield Asset Management (NYSE:BAM) increased by 14.76%. Before understanding the importance of debt, let’s take a look at the debt amount of Brookfield Asset Mgmt. Brookfield Asset Mgmt Debt According to Brookfield Asset Mgmt’s balance sheet as at March 31, 2017, long-term …

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Crop insurance No financing guarantee

Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts, R-Kan., Said last week that farmers needed a “price recovery,” but Swanson said “prices won’t save the situation. The production of raw materials is a matter of management and excellence. Swanson said he expects another wave of farm consolidation because large farms are better …

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North America Atomic Clock Market Forecast Report 2020-2027 – Arrival of Optical Arrays of Atomic Clocks Based on Strontium, Ytterbium and Gadolinium Atoms

The “North America Atomic Clock Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis by Type and Application” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The North American atomic clock market is expected to grow from US $ 144.80 million in 2019 to US $ 232.85 million by 2027; it …

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Colombian Finance Minister Resigns, Markets Slump After Tax Reform Withdrawn | Invest News

BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombia’s finance minister has resigned and the country’s currency, bonds and stock markets fell on Monday after President Ivan Duque withdrew a tax reform proposal considered important for fiscal stability. Duque withdrew the proposal on Sunday after strong opposition from lawmakers and deadly street protests, sparking market …

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Vibrio parahaemolyticus: researchers at the University of Exeter discover how it can go to sleep and then “wake up”

Scientists have discovered how bacteria commonly responsible for stomach upsets associated with seafood can go dormant and then “wake up”. Vibrio parahaemolyticus is a marine bacteria that can cause gastroenteritis in humans when eaten in raw or undercooked shellfish like oysters and mussels. Image / University of Exeter Bioimaging Unit …

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