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· How Europe’s city façades and pavements are being used to harvest clean energy →
For the new façades, Dr Erich said that, normally, building fronts do not give money back to owners, but the coloured glass panels, for instance, should give a return on investment in 15 years.
· Activist Judges Increasing Risk To Oil And Gas Companies →
Putting in the time and effort to familiarize yourself with the acreage positions and regions as they pertain to federal land for companies you are looking at investing in or betting against can reduce your risks and lead to better investments.
· What should graduates do in tough economic situation? These sectors may have an answer →
There is growing recognition that throwing money at societal problems does not necessarily help, and that investments in talent are needed to ably manage and scale non-profit organizations.
· Global public debt, fiscal deficits to reach all-time high, IMF warns →
The fiscal support would be most effective if it enhances the public healthcare system, strengthens the social safety net, focuses on the public investment spending on areas to tackle climate change, such as green technology and clean transport.
· Revisiting MLP Vs. C-Corp Taxation As Election Day Looms →
Comparing the taxation of an MLP investment against the taxation of a C-Corp investment, MLPs possess a tax advantage of 7.2% over C-Corps.
· IMF urges govts to redirect fiscal policy towards resilient sustainable, inclusive growth →
The authorities should actively support climate-friendly investments that promote greener, job-rich and innovation-driven growth, the blog post said.
· Shares by the slice: Fractional investing sparks a stock market stampede →
Burton Malkiel, author of the investment classic, “A Random Walk Down Wall Street,” dismissed fractional shares as “instruments of the devil.” He is of the buy-and-hold school and said low-cost index funds are the surest route to stock market wealth.
· Covid-19 testing in the US is abysmal. Again. →
But labs aren’t sure that making the massive investment for way more tests is financially sustainable, he explained, especially as Covid-19 outbreaks ebb and flow — and, as a result, occasionally deplete demand for those tests, as well as the number of people who need them.
· Reeling from the loss of gas tax revenue during pandemic, states are deferring billions of dollars of transportation projects →
Rep. Peter A. DeFazio (D-Ore.), the chairman of the House Transportation Committee and chief architect of the bill, called it “exactly the kind of investment we need to help our economy recover from the current pandemic.”
· Barrick sends dispute notice to PNG over Porgera mining lease →
Barrick says it may refer the dispute to arbitration before the World Bank's International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes if the matter cannot be resolved through negotiations.