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Morning Report: Americans will flee the cities.

Vital Statistics:

Last Change S&P futures 3034 -8.1 Oil (WTI) 34.44 -0.69 10 year government bond yield 0.68% 30 year fixed rate mortgage 3.28%

Stocks are flattish this morning despite riots in major cities across the US. 360 more words

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The Iowa Utilities Board Approves the Cardinal Hickory Creek Transmission Line for Renewable Energy

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Nicole Welle | June 1, 2020

The Iowa Utilities Board issued an order approving the Iowa portion of the Cardinal Hickory Creek transmission line last week. 208 more words


Breaking: Nigerian Govt set to further reduce Pump Price of PMS (Petrol)

The Nigerian government has announced a slight reduction in the pump price of petrol.

The Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) gave the new approval earlier today. 41 more words


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CNPP Reacts to Increasing Debt Burden, Tasks Buhari Administration on Cost of Governance

The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties has urged President Muhammadu Buhari administration to show responsibility by improving on accountability and transparency level in the face of increasing Nigeria’s debt profile. 516 more words


‘There’s no end to this rough patch we’re in with China’: Trade expert

Mark Warner, Principal of MAAW Law, talks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about how continued difficulty in China-Canada relations may highlight Canada’s other trade agreements, among them, the new NAFTA.


As The Global Economy Comes Apart, Societies May, Too

The economic repercussions of the novel coronavirus pandemic must not be understood as an ordinary problem that macroeconomics can solve or alleviate. Rather, the world could be witnessing a fundamental shift in the very nature of the global economy.

Read Here – Foreign Affairs