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A Christmas Real Estate Strategy: Close Out the Year Strong

After a busy summer season, the holidays provide an opportunity for real estate agents to relax. Many professionals build an expected Christmas real estate slump into their yearly plans, assuming they won’t be at open…

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How Agency VIA Is Restructuring the Office to Allow More Personal Space

Early in the Covid-19 lockdowns, questions of returning to the office typically revolved around proposed dates and mask protocols. But as the pandemic continued into its second year, it has become a highly complex–and potentially…

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New Report Shows That Instagram Has Had the Most Outages Among Social Platforms Over the Past Year

Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat saw the most outages among social platforms over the past year. Read more: socialmediatoday.com

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5 Top-Performing Retailers With Solid Financial Strength

These retailers have outperformed over the past year while maintaining their balance sheetsRelated Stocks: PLCE, GIII, ANF, TPR, KSS, Read more: gurufocus.com

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Trade ideas thread – European session 2 November 2021

Daily thread to exchange ideas and to share your thoughts US 2-year yields are down by nearly 3.5 bps to 0.48% while 10-year yields are down 2.5 bps to just below 1.55%, as we continue to count…

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Dollar pauses after rally to one-year high; Aussie, kiwi rebound

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World Bank cuts Thai GDP growth outlook to 1% this year

Read more: investing.com

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Serviceplan Group’s Global CCO on the Continued Need for Creative Spaces

Early in the Covid-19 lockdowns, questions of returning to the office typically revolved around proposed dates and mask protocols. But as the pandemic has continued through its second year, the nature of work has become…

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BOJ’s Kuroda: We are starting to see light at the end of pandemic tunnel

Remarks by BOJ governor, Haruhiko Kuroda, at the BOJ-IMES conference Mostly token remarks and nothing that really stands out too much as he doesn’t really touch much on policy besides the responses that they undertook…

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China Loan Prime Rate 1 year @ 3.85% (expected 3.85%) and 5 year @ 4.65% (expected 4.65%)

As expected and no change from March. No change to either for the 13th consecutive month.  Read more: forexlive.com

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