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I Need Money Today! What to Do When You Need Money Fast

Only 29% of Americans have six months of expenses saved. Of that, only 18% have enough to cover five months of expenses. Meanwhile, 25% of the country has no emergency savings. At all. You never know when an emergency situation (like COVID-19) could put you out of a job or in need of quick cash. If you need money today, don’t panic. Instead, keep reading for eight tips that can help you get cash fast. With these tips, you can allocate the money you need and maybe even save a little for the futur...
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Often, the Hardest Part of Giving Feedback is Knowing How to Begin

Sometimes, when we have feedback to give someone, the hardest part is knowing how to begin. The good news? There's a thousand ways to do so. The not-so-good news? Most people don't have a "go-to" way to begin and, because they don't, they procrastinate or don't set enough context which increases the odds of the receiver of feedback feeling uncomfortable or defensive. Below are some sample ways to segue into a feedback conversation. Find the one you like the most and experiment with it. Or, if ...
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World shares advance on surprise U.S. job recovery, oil steadies

Global share prices edged higher on Monday after a surprise recovery in U.S. employment provided cause for optimism that global economies could quickly revive after many weeks of lockdowns aimed at controlling the coronavirus pandemic.
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China's exports and imports fall amid coronavirus woes

The fall in exports came after a surprise 3.5 percent rise the previous month
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Japan's economy minister warns against deepening negative rates

Japan should focus on back-stopping struggling businesses rather than trying to spark overall demand in fighting the coronavirus pandemic, its economy minister said, suggesting the central bank should avoid pushing interest rates deeper into negative territory.
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Japan's economy braces for worst postwar slump despite capex gains in first-quarter GDP

Japan's economy shrank less than initially estimated in the first quarter but the broad impact from the coronavirus crisis is still expected to send the country deeper into recession.
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Reliance Jio Raises Further $2.5 Billion From Foreign Investors

Reliance Industries has raised a further $2.5 billion for its Jio Platforms business from a trio of foreign investment groups. On Sunday, the company revealed that the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority had paid $750 million for a 1.16% stake in the broadband internet and media operation. That followed a $1.2 billion commitment from Mubadala, another […]
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Venezuela's new gasoline system fails to end epic lines

Hundreds of Venezuelans queued up in miles-long lines to try to fill their cars with subsidized gasoline over the weekend, a week after President Nicolas Maduro launched a new dual-price system aimed at easing an acute fuel shortage.
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Oil prices inch higher, one-month supply cut extension falls short of market hopes

Oil crept higher on Monday, but gave up big early gains as optimism over major crude producers' deal to extend record output cuts gave way to disappointment that the accord didn't extend beyond the end of July.
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Mexico to propose NAFTA renegotiator to lead WTO - sources

Mexico is set to propose senior trade official Jesus Seade, who helped rework the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), as a candidate to be the next director-general of the World Trade Organization (WTO), sources said on Sunday.
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AstraZeneca contacted Gilead over potential megamerger - Bloomberg News

Britain's AstraZeneca has approached U.S. rival Gilead Sciences about a possible merger to form one the world's largest drug companies, Bloomberg News reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter.
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UK shopper numbers indicate huge pent-up demand, Springboard says

The number of British shoppers in early June indicate "a huge amount" of pent-up demand amongst consumers for shopping in physical stores as the coronavirus lockdown is eased, industry data showed on Monday.
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Air New Zealand faces questions over NZX announcement

NZX market regulators have questioned Air New Zealand over an announcement to the stock exchange today that had the same information released to staff and customers on Friday.In the NZX announcement - and that released on Friday... [Author: [email protected]]
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'Survive, Revive, Thrive': Air New Zealand's 800-day runway to healthy profits

Air New Zealand will be nimbler, fly fewer passengers and routes, and may cut more jobs as it targets a return to "healthy profits" by 2022, its chief executive said as he navigates the airline through the coronavirus crisis.
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Singapore Airlines secures $1 billion additional credit after rights issue

Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Monday that it had secured about $1 billion in credit facilities, in addition to the S$8.8 billion ($6.32 billion) it recently raised from a rights issue, to help it weather the COVID-19 pandemic.
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World shares advance on surprise U.S. job recovery

U.S. stock futures and Asian shares advanced on Monday after a surprise recovery in U.S. employment gave further confidence of a quick economic recovery after many weeks of lockdowns aimed at controlling the coronavirus pandemic.
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Oil climbs over 2% after OPEC+ extends output cuts to end-July

Oil prices rose more than 2% early on Monday to their highest in three months after OPEC and its allies including Russia agreed to extend record oil production cuts until the end of July.
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Elon Musk tells SpaceX to double down on Starship development

The Starship reusable rocket system could take astronauts to the moon and Mars
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Jeff Bezos shared a profanity-laced email from a customer angry about the Amazon CEO's support for the Black Lives Matter movement, saying the man was 'the kind of customer I'm happy to lose'

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shared a profanity-laced email he received from an angry customer in response to the company's outspoken support of the Black Lives Matter movement. "I was placing an order with your company when I discovered your statement of support for Black Lives Matter," the man wrote in the email, published by Bezos to his personal Instagram page. "I canceled my order and I know for a fact I won't be the only one." In response, Bezos addressed the man directly and said he was "the k...
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Japan's first-quarter GDP shrinks less than initial estimate but still faces steep recession

Japan's economy shrank less than initially estimated in the first quarter but the broad impact from the coronavirus crisis is still expected to send the country deeper into recession.
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Japan's economy minister keeps focus on crisis-response, warns against deepening negative rates

Japan should focus on back-stopping struggling businesses rather than trying to spark overall demand in fighting the coronavirus pandemic, its economy minister said, suggesting the central bank should avoid pushing interest rates deeper into negative territory.
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Samsung heir appears in court, awaits decision on whether he'll be jailed again

Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee on Monday arrived at a South Korean court which will rule whether he will be sent back to jail after more than two years of freedom, as new allegations dog the executive and cast a pall over the country's top conglomerate.
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Wahaca boss: 'It's going to be hell' after lockdown

Wahaca boss says it expects customers to initially be nervous about dining out after lockdown ends.
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Weak rules stymie probe into safety of quake bracing in schools, supermarkets

An investigation into the safety of earthquake bracing used to anchor ceilings in schools, hospitals, and supermarkets is being hamstrung by weak regulations.Authorities say the rules and guidelines are too unclear for them to take... [Author: [email protected]]
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Public investment 'is key to escaping crisis'

Former US treasury secretary Larry Summers said central banks are going to become "less relevant".
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Public investment key to escaping crisis: Summers

Former US treasury secretary Larry Summers said central banks are going to become "less relevant".
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Relatives of high-value workers among those let into New Zealand

By Gill Bonnett of RNZ Ten of the 200 high-value foreigners - such as the Avatar film crew - allowed entry into New Zealand during the border restrictions were relatives of the workers.The news comes as work visa holders and... [Author: [email protected]]
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COVID-changed work patterns mean tax hassles, possible KC workers' refunds

Photo by fauxels from Pexels Working from home is a major lifestyle change wrought by COVID-19 and efforts to stem its spread. That's produced good, bad, ugly and tax results. The good is no commuting. The bad is family members who think since you're home, you still can do everything else, too. The ugly is the attire most of us wear as we work from home, except for the times we put on a clean shirt for Zoom meetings. Then there's the matter of taxes. Workers' locations, new tax nexus? S...
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Should the Pacific be included in New Zealand's travel bubble?

COMMENT:Pacific nations have largely avoided the worst health effects of Covid-19, but its economic impact has been devastating. With the tourism tap turned off, unemployment has soared while GDP has plummeted.In recent weeks,... [Author: [email protected]]
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AUT to offer NZ's first medicinal cannabis paper

AUT will become New Zealand's first university to offer a postgraduate paper on medicinal cannabis.From semester (starting July 20), The Science of Medicinal Cannabis will be offered by AUT's School of Science.The paper is described... [Author: [email protected]]
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