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Shares of the industrial REIT have been in freefall in recent days.
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Lockheed Martin Corp won a $2.3 billion contract to build at least 120 H-60M Black Hawks as the U.S. military continues its search for a next-generation helicopter, the Pentagon said on Monday. The five-year contract includes options for an additional 135 aircraft which will be available to the Army as well as other U.S. agencies and allies, pushing the potential total contract value to $4.4 billion with options, the Army said in a statement. "This multi-year agreement allows the Army to meet current and future capability needs through upgrades, remanufacturing, replacement, and technology insertions," said Colonel Calvin Lane, the Utility Helicopters project manager.
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka is sending two government ministers to Russia to negotiate for fuel — one of the necessities nearly exhausted as a result of the Indian Ocean nation's economic collapse. The plan comes as Washington and its allies aim to cut off energy imports from Russia in line with sanctions over its war against Ukraine. Since its invasion in late February, global oil prices have skyrocketed, prompting a number of countries to seek out Russian crude, which is being offered
OnPoint ("the Company"), the leading e-commerce enabler in Vietnam, today announced the signing of its Series B fundraising round with SeaTown Private Capital Master Fund, a fund managed by SeaTown Holdings International ("SeaTown"), an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Temasek Holdings.
TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Markets Stock markets have been on a wild ride in recent weeks as they have come off their highs of earlier this year amid higher interest rates, growing inflation and fears of a possible recession. Investors will be watching to see what this week will bring as markets head into what is traditionally the slower summer months. Kinross update Kinross Gold Corp. is expected to hold a virtual review session Tuesday
NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street angled for a positive open Tuesday as investors await several economic indicators this week including one that tracks U.S. consumer confidence. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 each rose 0.6%. Oil prices rose, Asian markets wrapped up a mixed session and European shares rose in midday trading. Rising energy prices and Treasury bond yields have been weighing on sentiment, and investors are awaiting remarks expected for midweek by central bank le
Hong Kong's financial watchdog is tightening oversight on derivatives markets after the collapse of Archegos Capital Management, a senior official at the city's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) said on Tuesday. Archegos, a U.S.-based family office of investor Bill Hwang which had $36 billion in assets, blew up last year when it was caught short on highly leveraged trades and left global banks with $10 billion in losses. A majority of Hwang's exposure was built via a type of equity derivative traded over the counter, written by his bank counterparties, which helped him to circumvent rules requiring reporting positions to U.S. regulators.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Care for a hint of crab in your whiskey? A New Hampshire distillery has come up with its newest concoction called “Crab Trapper" — whiskey flavored with invasive green crabs. Tamworth Distilling, a maker of craft spirits, is not afraid of pushing boundaries with unexpected flavors. In the past, the distillery produced a whiskey with the secretion from beavers' castor sacs. Last year, it was turkey over the holidays and before that the notoriously pungent smell of durian. The
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JetBlue Airways Corp on Monday ratcheted up its bidding war with Frontier Group Holdings for Spirit Airlines Inc as the race for the ultra-low-cost carrier enters the final stretch. Under the new offer, JetBlue offered a "ticking fee," which would give Spirit shareholders a monthly prepayment of 10 cents per share between January 2023 and the closing of the deal, raising the overall value of the deal to $34.15 per share. Frontier's revised offer persuaded shareholder advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) to reverse its position and recommend Spirit shareholders back a merger with the Denver-based budget carrier.
Investors in ether and its troubled twin stETH are nervously anticipating a crypto milestone: The merge. That's the name for a major upgrade of the Ethereum blockchain network upon which many crypto projects are built, aimed at making it leaner, meaner and cleaner. The merge was supposed to happen years ago but has been delayed several times, with developers most recently axing plans to push the button in June, unnerving investors who began to fear it might never see the light of day.
Airbnb Inc said on Tuesday it will make permanent its ban on parties in homes listed on its platform after seeing a sharp drop in reports of unauthorized gatherings since the prohibition was put in place in August 2020. The company announced seeing a 44% year-after-year drop in the rate of party reports since implementing the policy. “This is an issue where I don’t know if I’d say there’s a finish line,” said Ben Breit, a spokesperson for the company, adding that Airbnb will keep working to address the issue.
Reuters and Dow Jones on Monday brought a motion to unseal records in the U.S. case against China's ZTE Corp, arguing there is a right to access and that secrecy does not serve the public interest. ZTE, one of the world's top telecommunications equipment makers, pleaded guilty in 2017 to conspiring to violate U.S. export laws by illegally shipping U.S. goods to Iran.
When Claudia Gerini was growing up in Italy, she probably didn't think she would be helping lead a mental healthcare revolution on the other side of the Atlantic.
The Yumy Candy Company Inc., (CSE: TYUM) ("Yumy" or the "Company") Canada's first publicly traded low sugar, plant-based confectionery company, is pleased to announce that is has secured a permanent listing with London Drugs, one of Canada's leading retail pharmacy chains with 78 stores across Canada. In addition to pharmacy services, London Drugs locations also focus on the sales of non-perishable food items and a limited selection of grocery items. London Drugs Limited is owned by Georgia Main
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Freeland in an interview on Rosemary Barton Live said she has to strike a balance between helping people in Canada suffering from the effects of inflation and pursuing a policy of fiscal restraint, or risk making the cost of living problem worse. When asked about Canada's ability to weather global economic uncertainty, Freeland "maintained an upbeat tone," saying that the "challenge is not over, but I truly believe that we're going to get through this together," according to the report.
MONTREAL — Three years ago, Chris Nowrouzi’s private charter airline served mainly ultra-wealthy leisure travellers and the upper echelons of the corporate world. Now, 27 months into a global pandemic that closed borders and battered airlines, his Toronto-based FlyGTA caters to a broader swath of families and groups wary of the health risks and airport hassle of commercial air travel — and who have cash to spare. “After the pandemic definitely we saw an increase of numbers all across the board,”