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27/07/2021

Category: Business News

Biden authorizes $100 million emergency fund

The White House said that US President Joe Biden allocated up to US$100 million from an emergency fund on Friday to meet the “unexpected and urgent” refugee needs caused by the situation in Afghanistan, including applicants for special immigration visas for Afghanistan.

Swansea building society is most profitable in the UK

The Swansea Building Society created 8 new jobs in a year, making it the most profitable building society in the UK. The profitability and job creation of the construction society runs counter to the current trends of other well-known financial institutions, which are reducing the number of employees and closing branches.

Sherman city receives federal grant of $3.5 million

U.S. Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand made the announcement that Sherman would be receiving the federal grant to upgrade public water and waste management systems.

US retailers will pay $223 billion extra for goods

According to salesforce forecasts released on Tuesday, in the second half of 2021, US retailers will spend more than 223 billion U.S. dollars in the same period in 2020.

Covid-19 Global

15,766,307
Total active cases
Updated on 27 July 2021 4:32 pm
195,651,746
Total confirmed cases
Updated on 27 July 2021 4:32 pm
4,188,544
Total deaths
Updated on 27 July 2021 4:32 pm
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Siltron plans $300 million investment in Michigan

The chief executive of SK Siltron's U.S. subsidiary told Reuters that it plans to invest US$300 million in Michigan to expand its silicon carbide wafer manufacturing and add 150 jobs to support the production of electric vehicles in the United States

No Temporary Visa to European Lorry Drivers

Trade Union ,Unite, the union that protects the rights, equality and diversity of workers in the workplace, urges the British government not to issue temporary visas to European truck drivers to make up for the chronic shortage of heavy vehicle drivers

Covid-19 and its economic toll on women

According to a report by the Social Innovation Organization, women’s economic prospects have suffered a major impediment due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

US dollar falls from three-month high

The US dollar fell from a three-month high last Friday. Analysts believe that the US non-farm payrolls report last month was mixed. The report shows that the overall data is healthy, but there are some weaknesses. The dollar index fell 0.375 points or 0.4 percent to 92.222, previously gaining a three-month high of 92.759.

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Home Bargains new store to create jobs in Essex

Home Bargains plans to open a new store worth £1 million in Essex, which will create 66 new jobs. This very popular retailer has invested approximately £1 million in the new store, joining more than 500 stores in the UK.

Biden authorizes $100 million emergency fund

The White House said that US President Joe Biden allocated up to US$100 million from an emergency fund on Friday to meet the “unexpected and urgent” refugee needs caused by the situation in Afghanistan, including applicants for special immigration visas for Afghanistan.

Swansea building society is most profitable in the UK

The Swansea Building Society created 8 new jobs in a year, making it the most profitable building society in the UK. The profitability and job creation of the construction society runs counter to the current trends of other well-known financial institutions, which are reducing the number of employees and closing branches.