Business

Land Deals Meant to Improve Food Security May Have Hurt

Crops are interesting for investors because if the price of food is low and the price of energy is high, you can then use the crops for energy. But these types of crops are not nutrient-dense, so it’s not great in terms of food security.

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Why GameStop Shares Stopped Trading: 5 Questions Answered

Some officials are worried the frenzied trading in GameStop represents a broader risk to the U.S. equities market and are Some officials are urging the SEC to step in and halt trading for as long as a month.

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5 Startup Tips to Help Grow Your Online Business

Technology is improving day by day and a person can easily start a small online business directly from the home. Here is how you can be one of the self-starters.

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Free Trade Deal Could Boost African Manufacturing

The future of Africa will depend on its ability to use the industrialization opportunity presented by the AfCFTA.

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Big Day for DoorDash and Airbnb!

DoorDash is marketing 33 million shares at a price between $95 to $102 apiece. Similarly, Airbnb is also expected to offer its shares for $56 to $60 apiece, up from a previous price range of $44 to $50 each. 

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Why Biden Will Struggle to Undo Trump’s ‘America First’ Trade Policy

After four years of Trump’s “retreat” on trade, it may be harder to return to leading than Biden thinks – thanks to the growing number of Americans on both the right and the left who are skeptical of free trade.

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East Africa Has Yet to Tap its Full Maritime Potential

Africa isn’t a player in global maritime trade, despite 90% of its imports and exports being seaborne. But with five coastal countries in IGAD, a Regional Maritime Council could boost economic growth, trade integration and livelihoods.

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Saudi Arabia Eyes Total Dominance in Oil and Gas

But is Saudi Arabia's the world's leading hydrocarbon producer now? And what is its legitimate prospect for being the largest hydrocarbon producer in 2050?

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Kickstarting Pakistan’s Economy Digitally

Digital payment in Pakistan has immense potential to revolutionize its payments infrastructure. More than a dozen digital payment companies have received licenses to operate in Pakistan. While the virus is keeping Pakistanis mostly at home it should not be a problem for the financial and digital specialists to keep working on the digital payment implementation.

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Bulls Beware: A Dark Cloud is Forming Over Oil Markets

The biggest wild card in this market remains the speed at which oil demand is going to bounce back in the coming months. The current evidence though appears to lend support to the bull camp.

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