Month: March 2021

A 21,000-square-foot megahome in South Florida is the most expensive non-oceanfront home ever sold in Delray Beach, and its $19 million sale price makes it the the town’s top sale in over three years, according to the MLS.   “Resort-style living is a driving force in the ultra-luxury market,” listing agent Senada Adzem tells CNBC, “People are rethinking
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Municipal trading was quiet Friday and triple-A yield curves were little changed with strong technicals intact as the market has mostly outperformed a roving U.S. Treasury market. “As Treasury yields have been moving up and down, muni yields have been quite sticky. Historically, tax-exempts outperform when USTs are selling off, but they underperform when Treasuries
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In this article BA NOC SPCE RTX GNPK SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Endeavour seen docked with the International Space Station on July 1, 2020. NASA The National Aeronautics and Space Administration last year marked two decades of astronauts continuously onboard the International Space Station. But, as the floating research laboratory ages, the space agency is turning
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Nike’s NKE decision announced today to cut ties with six more key retailers should reverberate in the board rooms of many department stores, and multi-brand specialty retailers. Back in August, Nike announced it was closing accounts at Fred Meyer, Zappos, Dillard’s, City Blue, VIM, EbLens, Belk, Bob’s Stores and Boscov’s. While those players were not insignificant,
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As the decentralized finance (DeFi) industry grows, new exchanges and liquidity pools constantly emerge. For the average investor, keeping track of all of them and finding the best yield opportunities has become increasingly complicated. The situation becomes even worse as centralized exchanges also offer staking opportunities. Therefore, the need for a liquidity aggregator that connects
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