Canada will oppose Russia’s re-election to UN civil aviation body, says minister

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article: Article content MONTREAL — Canada will oppose Russia’s re-election to the U.N.’s aviation agency, Omar Alghabra, Canada’s transport minister, told Reuters on Tuesday on the sidelines of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assembly. “It’s important that Russia is held accountable for its actions, and we … Read more

83% Indian students believe foreign degrees land them better jobs: Study

Nearly 83 per cent of Indian students believe an overseas degree will enhance their prospects of securing better jobs and provide an edge over competition, according to a study. The Leap-Ipsos Strategy Study Abroad Outlook Report unveiled on Tuesday said 57 per cent of Indian middle class households — income between Rs … Read more

Thrive Mortgage acquires Ohio-based regional lender

Thrive Mortgage has struck a deal to acquire American Mortgage Service Co. in the latest merger among lenders announced this year. Georgetown, Texas-based Thrive, a lender licensed in 40 states, reached an agreement with AMSC that will expand its presence within the Midwest and South and add over 200 employees to its team.  “We’ve already … Read more

Gas Leaks in Russia-Europe Nord Stream Pipelines Raise Sabotage Fears

Europe was investigating leaks in two Russian gas pipelines that churned up the Baltic Sea with bubbles on Tuesday and raised concerns from Copenhagen to Moscow about sabotage on infrastructure at the heart of a European energy standoff. But it remained far from clear who might be behind any foul play, if proven, on the … Read more

Goldman Sachs, Lyft, Mind Medicine and more

Goldman Sachs (GS), Morgan Stanley (MS), Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C): Wall Street banks were hit with $1.8 billion in fines Tuesday tied to probes into how the firms failed to monitor employee use of unauthorized messaging apps. The Securities and Exchange Commission announced 16 firms, including Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Bank of America and … Read more

Every part of North-East will be connected with 4G: MoS Chadrasekhar

Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar on Tuesday said the entire north east will have 4G connectivity and every part of Nagaland will get access to internet. Chandrasekhar, the Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, announced this during a press conference held in Dimapur on Tuesday, the last day of his … Read more

Uranium producers rise as Germany likely to extend nuclear power (NYSEARCA:URA)

zhongguo/E+ via Getty Images Germany will keep two of its last nuclear plants in a reserve until April to help limit the threat of winter blackouts, Economy Minister Robert Habeck said Tuesday. The news apparently sparked gains in shares of North American uranium producers including (URG) +7.5%, (OTCQX:FCUUF) +7.4%, (UEC) +6.5%, (NXE) +6.1%, (UUUU) +5.9%, … Read more

Wheat prices head north with the advent of ‘Navratri’ festivities

With the advent of Navratri festivities, wheat prices in North Indian markets have started to firm up even as flour makers are busy replenishing their inventories. This could complicate the Centre’s decision to extend the free foodgrains distribution scheme beyond September 30, which, though, the government seems to have decided in favour … Read more

Fannie Mae pilot reimburses landlords for on-time renter payment data

Fannie Mae is deploying a program to encourage multifamily owners to share renters’ on-time payment data, in a bid to build credit among prospective homebuyers. The government-sponsored enterprise’s Multifamily Positive Rent Payment Reporting pilot will reimburse multifamily owners’ cost of collecting renters’ payment data for a 12-month period through any of three approved vendors, it … Read more

Tampa, Now a Major Insurance, Financial Services Hub, Empties Out Ahead of Storm

Tampa, one of the fastest-growing financial services hubs in the US, began emptying in a matter of hours Monday after officials ordered an evacuation of the Gulf Coast Florida city and parts of the surrounding area before the worst storm to threaten the region in a century. Banks, insurers and investment firms, including JPMorgan Chase, … Read more