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Democrats bite the bullet train

In the very small department of coronavirus silver liners, a budget move in California is causing Democrats to investigate some wasted spending. This includes fame saints fame, former Prime Minister Jerry Brown's bullet train to nowhere. Gov. Last year, Gavin Newsom scaled the progressive ambitions of a 500-mile high-speed train from Orange County to San Francisco due to cost overruns, …

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This is how loved ones want us to remember George Floyd

And while so many now know the Houston native by his full name, those who knew him best called Floyd. He worked security at a restaurant where he developed a reputation as someone who had your back and was there for you when you were down. "Knowing my brother is loving my brother," Philonise Floyd, George & # 39; s …

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Wealthy pilots worried about Coronavirus Go to private jet service

Commercial flights have fallen into the pandemic, but interest in private jet service is growing, especially among people who have not paid to fly privately before. For many years, jet service providers have ferried business executives and wealthy leisure travelers. who paid high fees for privacy and security. Now these same companies are shifting to meet growing demand from people …

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Universal Orlando opens some resort hotels June 2

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Robex Resources: Digging into Q1 results (OTCMKTS: RSRBF)

We are almost through the first quarter revenue season for the Gold Miners Index ( GDX ), and it has been a mixed start to the year for the group given that we have seen different restrictions from governments from each country when it applies to mining during the COVID-19 pandemic. The prominent names that were least affected were the …

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Saudi Arabia transfers $ 40 billion to support the fund's spending

Saudi Arabia's central bank has transferred $ 40 billion to the public investment fund to finance its foreign spending as the sovereign wealth fund tries to take advantage of the coronavirus pandemic by chasing assets at discounted prices. Mohammed al-Jadaan, Minister of Finance, said that the funds were transferred "from the Saudi Arabian monetary authority's foreign reserves" exceptionally "during March …

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This is a bad time for a trade war

President Donald Trump's estimated comments on China triggered an afternoon rally, but investors should be wary of China's reaction next week, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Friday. Trump announced Friday afternoon that the United States is looking to repeal special trade treatment for Hong Kong, an autonomous territory, in response to a controversial security law that China is pushing to crack …

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The Gig Is Down in Seattle

Gig finance companies like Uber and Instacart help Americans remotely and widely tackle coronavirus – from delivering groceries to the elderly to helping restaurants that can only provide takedown orders. Still, the progressives in Seattle now want to hurt these companies. Seattle's notorious city council on Monday will vote on a regulation requiring tours and food delivery to pay workers …

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