• Business Accounting

    CBRE Group, Prologis, Duke Realty, PS Business Parks and Rexford Industrial Realty

    For Immediate Release Chicago, IL – July 28, 2020 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: CBRE Group CBRE, Prologis PLD, Duke Realty Corp. DRE, PS Business Parks PSB and Rexford Industrial Realty REXR. Here are highlights from Monday’s Analyst Blog: 4 Industrial REITs Proving Resilient to Coronavirus We are in the heart of the current reporting cycle and the REIT industry is buzzing with activity, with a number  

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  • Business & Finance

    What’s next for small businesses?

    After several days of bipartisan talks, lawmakers on Capitol Hill have yet to come to an agreement on the next round of coronavirus stimulus — leaving out-of-work Americans and struggling small-business owners wondering what will come next. Enhanced unemployment benefits expire on Friday and the Paycheck Protection Program is set to come to an end on Aug. 8. The program was originally scheduled to expire at the end of June, but Congress extended it earlier this summer. “The availability of the paycheck protection loan and all of the other government assistance has been absolutely critical to allow us to continue  

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  • Business & Finance

    This $30 Personal Finance Course Can Help You Grow Your Wealth

    One of the core responsibilities of starting a business is separating your business and personal finances. That’s especially true for solopreneurs who launch an LLC to try to reduce their tax burden. All that money may be yours, but it’s important to draw clear distinctions so the IRS doesn’t come after a larger share. As such, many entrepreneurs would benefit from personal finance and investment advice, seeing as their business incomes don’t always go directly to their own pockets. In the Beginner’s Guide to Personal Finance & Investment Bundle, you’ll get a comprehensive, 48-hour breakdown of how to save,  

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  • Business News

    Exclusive: TikTok owner ByteDance considers listing China business in Hong Kong or Shanghai

    By Yingzhi Yang and Julie Zhu BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) – Chinese tech giant ByteDance is considering listing its domestic business in Hong Kong or Shanghai, people familiar with the matter told Reuters, against a backdrop of rising Sino-U.S. tensions over its hit non-China video app TikTok. Of the two venues, the company prefers Hong Kong, according to two of the people. One of the two also said ByteDance is simultaneously studying the option to list its smaller, non-China business – which includes TikTok that is not available in China – in Europe or the United States. The eight-year-old Beijing-based tech  

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  • Business & Finance

    U.K. Finance Split on Case for Extending Crisis Capital Measures

    (Bloomberg) — U.K. bankers and investors are split on whether emergency measures that are making it easier for companies to raise much-needed capital during the coronavirus crisis should be extended beyond the summer. Financial standard-setters recommended in early April that shareholders support U.K.-listed companies that want to sell as much as 20{a25bda0f8ab6dac90e68079d6f038584ef6ac53f1f4621de3ad526e35cd6c0d6} in new stock — double the usual ceiling — to ease themselves through the pandemic. U.K.-listed companies including Informa Plc, Compass Group Plc and Asos Plc have sold 14.4 billion pounds ($18.7 billion) in additional equity since then, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, a more than threefold  

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