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Credigy reported a decline in revenues, primarily due to mark-to-market adjustments to the fair value of certain assets.
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On top of that, the company also wrote down $40 million on the value of its industrial services unit, citing the recent turmoil in the oil and gas sector and the coronavirus downturn.
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One possibility would be to give them additional competitive balance-round picks in amateur drafts, where a pick in the 42-52 range overall yields prospects with slot values of $1.4 million to $1.8 million who have a better chance historically of becoming big leaguers.
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Both the businesses will add value over the long-term.
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Prior to Wednesday's operation, police had seized 14 kilograms of methylamphetamine with an estimated street value of $10.5 million, 2.4 kilograms of heroin, 80 litres of GHB, 21 firearms and more than $215,000 in cash.
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The amount of accretion of redeemable noncontrolling interest to redemption value of $10,966,349 presented on the consolidated statements of operations represents the MG SPV and Heartland SPV accretion of redeemable noncontrolling interest to redemption value combined at March 31,2020.
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However, after a 2018 funding round that valued Zoox at $3.2 billion, the startup’s board voted to oust Chief Executive Officer Tim Kentley-Klay.
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Siegel, who is 74 and teaches finance at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, is a prominent scholar of the markets, a fixture on CNBC who is often referred to as ‘‘the wizard of Wharton.’’ He is famed for his bullishness: His 1994 book, ‘‘Stocks for the Long Run,’’ which argued that stocks were the best option for buy-and-hold investors, presaged — and some say helped spark — the 1995-2000 bull market during which the S&P 500 more than tripled in value.