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What’s standing in the way of millennial dreams of retirement? These 3 big no-no’s

By Toby Mathis COVID-19 has destroyed a buzzing US economy and jeopardized many retirement plans. With the manufacture of vaccines, however, hope for a recovery is slowly being restored. Meanwhile, the reality is that the less wealthy have been hit hardest during the pandemic, and millennials have taken an unfair …

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insitro raises $ 400 million in Series C funding

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – insitro, a machine learning-focused drug discovery and development company, today announced that it has raised $ 400 million in Series C funding. The funding was led by the ‘Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments), with significant participation from current investors Andreessen Horowitz, …

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MACOM Announces Repayment of $ 100 Million in Outstanding Term Loans

LOWELL, Mass .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – MACOM Technology Solutions Holdings, Inc. (“MACOM”) (Nasdaq: MTSI), a leading supplier of semiconductor products, today announced that it will use $ 100 million of its cash flow and available cash equivalents and short-term investments to repay part of its outstanding term loans. Term loans …

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Michigan MNR announces regulatory changes for 2021 deer hunting seasons

LANSING, MI – The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced changes to state regulations on deer hunting in 2021. The changes, which seek to further simplify deer regulations and remove barriers to participation in the hunt, come into effect with the start of the 2021 deer hunting seasons in …

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ArtReach to receive £ 84,000 from the second round of the Government’s Culture Revival Fund

More than £ 300million has been awarded to thousands of cultural organizations across the country, including ArtReach in the Culture Recovery Fund’s latest round of support, the Culture Secretary announced today. This award will allow ArtReach to review its digital offerings across all online platforms and provide a vision for …

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RBA keeps cash rate stable at record 0.10%

Despite the the fastest rise in house prices in 32 years, the Reserve Bank of Australia must keep the historically low interest rate of 0.10%, it announced after its monthly meeting on April 6. Good news for first-time homebuyers trying to break into the market and continually encouraging investors to …

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What do we know about student loans? Less than you think

Despite the fact that almost 1 of 5 American adults grapple with student loan debt – a total of $ 1.5 trillion – little is known about the various often treacherous paths borrowers take as they move toward repayment. The landscape remains such a mystery as public data on student …

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Recovery loans of up to £ 10million available for businesses in need of support

State-guaranteed loans of up to £ 10million are to be made to businesses that need support until the end of the year. As announced in the budget last month, Chancellor Rishi Sunak opened the Treasury Stimulus Loan program to revive businesses as old Covid-19 loan programs are set to run …

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Vietnam seeks billions for airport expansion over next 30 years –

Vietnam plans to raise $ 15.8 billion to build and expand airports over the next 10 years, according to the Vietnam Civil Aviation Authority (CAAV), with an additional $ 37 billion to be spent between 2030 and 2050. The new construction projects include the first phase of Long Thanh International …

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Discount Airlines Taps Stock Market As Investors Bet On Resumption Of Travel

As air travel increasingly shows signs of rebounding from its pandemic low, airlines that focus on offering cheap fares to leisure travelers are capitalizing on the stock market. Frontier Group Holdings Inc.’s initial public offering raised $ 570 million after shares of the Denver-based budget carrier were valued at $ …

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