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Chinese stocks snapped a three-game winning streak to fall on Tuesday as markets followed a volatile session on Wall Street overnight, with some investors locking in profits. The CSI300 index fell 0.1% to 4,440.33 at the end of the morning session, while the Shanghai Composite index lost 0.1% to 3,377.08.

The Hang Seng index fell 0.9% to 22,039.11. The Hong Kong Chinese Enterprise Index fell 0.7% to 7,763.75. **China will deploy tools in its policy reserve in a timely manner to deal with economic challenges as COVID-19 outbreaks and risks from the Ukraine crisis threaten employment and price stability, a senior government official said. state planner.

** US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to speak in the coming weeks, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said, citing growing convergence among NATO and G7 members on the issue. challenge posed by China. ** “In the short term, the domestic economy is still in a bullish macroeconomic environment, where it is recovering from COVID-19 and liquidity remains loose,” said Lang Pincheng, managing director of the research department of Fortune & Royal. asset.

** “Although what deserves our attention is that – as we can see from the PMI, investment and consumption data in May – the economic rebound may not be able to sustain a reversal in “V” in most industries.” ** Property developers lost 1.7%, while autos jumped 2.9%.

**Hong Kong-listed tech giants fell 1.7%, with Tencent shedding nearly 5% on Dutch tech investor Prosus NV, which plans to cut its stake in the social media giant. ** “Many institutional investors have underestimated the impact on Hong Kong from US capital markets, there is still great uncertainty about the pace and magnitude of US rate hikes,” Guotai analysts said. Junan Securities, suggesting profit taking in recent days.

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Analysts are optimistic we will see a profit from Procaps Group SA (NASDAQ:PROC) https://recursos-online.com/analysts-are-optimistic-we-will-see-a-profit-from-procaps-group-sa-nasdaqproc/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 12:33:28 +0000 https://recursos-online.com/analysts-are-optimistic-we-will-see-a-profit-from-procaps-group-sa-nasdaqproc/

We think it’s a good time to analyze Procaps Group SA (NASDAQ: PROC) As it seems, the company may be on the verge of a huge achievement. Procaps Group SA develops, produces and markets pharmaceutical solutions worldwide. With the last loss of $101 million in the fiscal year and a loss of $67 million in the last twelve months, the $970 million market capitalization company has mitigated its loss by approaching its target of ‘balance. As the path to profitability is the subject of concern for Procaps Group investors, we decided to assess market sentiment. Below, we’ll provide a high-level summary of industry analysts’ expectations for the company.

See our latest analysis for Procaps Group

Procaps Group is close to equilibrium, according to the 2 American analysts of Pharmaceuticals. They predict the business will incur a terminal loss in 2021, before generating positive profits of US$46 million in 2022. So the business should break even in about a year or less! We calculated the rate at which the business must grow to reach the consensus forecast predicting breakeven within 12 months. It turns out that an average annual growth rate of 119% is expected, which is extremely sustained. If the business grows at a slower rate, it will become profitable later than expected.

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Since this is a high-level overview, we won’t go into details about Procaps Group’s upcoming plans, however, keep in mind that in general, a pharmaceutical company has streams irregular cash flow that depend on the drug and the stage of product development that the company is. Thus, a high growth rate is not unusual, especially when a company is in a period of investment.

One thing we would like to highlight with Procaps Group is that it currently has negative equity on its balance sheet. The accounting methods used to deal with losses accumulated over time can cause this. In effect, liabilities are carried forward into the future until they cancel out. These losses tend to only occur on paper, however, in other cases, it may be a warning.

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There are too many aspects of Procaps Group to cover in a short article, but key business fundamentals can all be found in one place – Procaps Group company page on Simply Wall St. We have also compiled a list of relevant factors that you should investigate further:

  1. Evaluation: What is Procaps Group worth today? Has future growth potential already been factored into the price? The intrinsic value infographic in our free research report allows you to see if Procaps Group is currently poorly valued by the market.

  2. Management team: An experienced management team at the helm boosts our confidence in the business – take a look at who sits on the board of directors of Procaps Group and the experience of the CEO.

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National Non-Profit, Founders First CDC, to award another round of grants to Texas businesses https://recursos-online.com/national-non-profit-founders-first-cdc-to-award-another-round-of-grants-to-texas-businesses/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 12:38:00 +0000 https://recursos-online.com/national-non-profit-founders-first-cdc-to-award-another-round-of-grants-to-texas-businesses/

The founders of the first CDC to award another $100,000 to minority businesses statewide to create and promote high-paying employment opportunities in underserved communities

DALLAS, June 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Founders first CDC, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that enables the expansion of diverse founder-led, income-generating businesses, announced the second wave of its Job Creators Quest grant that will award $100,000 to support entrepreneurs. minority and underrepresented business owners across the state of Texas. The grant opened for submissions today and will remain open through July 25, 2022. Thirty grants will be awarded to businesses led by a variety of businesses located in the North, East Central, or South regions of Texas, with a staff of 2-20 employees and the ability to add 1-2 net new high-paying jobs over the next 12 months. To be eligible, the business founder must be Black, Indigenous, a person of color, LGBTQIA+, military veteran, female, or located in a low-to-moderate income area and be a for-profit business with annual revenue between $100,000 and $3 million.

The goal of the Job Creators Quest grant is to help business owners create high-quality, high-paying jobs and reward diversity-led businesses throughout Texas to retain and grow their workforce as we emerge from the pandemic and amid threats of economic recession. This will help to positively impact the local economy, create better paying jobs and provide the human capital necessary for business growth and expansion. This grant project was launched in early 2021. Since its launch, Founders First CDC has awarded more than $400,000 minority-owned and underserved business owners United States with particular attention to Texas, Chicago, Southern California, philadelphia cream and New Jersey.

“With the rising cost of living, it can be difficult for families, let alone business owners, to stay afloat, especially when it costs them more to provide goods and services to their consumers,” said Shaylon Scott, executive director of Founders First. “We are happy to be able to invest money and resources in hard-working business owners throughout Texas to help them thrive, even in times of economic uncertainty. Investing in diverse entrepreneurs is not only an effective way to create jobs, but also a critical way to close the general wealth gap in underserved communities.”

Funding for this program was facilitated by a $1 million national grant from the Rockefeller Foundation and in collaboration with the recent founders of First Capital Partners $9 million Series A funding accelerator to support underrepresented entrepreneurs in underserved communities across the country. Other national and regional partners include ADP, Black Enterprise, JP Morgan Chase, The Kauffman Foundation, African American Chamber of San Antonio, Bank OZK, BCL of TexasDallas BUILD Network, Divinc, Dallas Fort Worth MSDC, Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Sesh Coworking, Impact Ventures, ICIC, Houston Hispanic Network, Lift Fund, PeopleFund, Margin Institute, Mogul Millennial, The Common Desk, The DEC, The Mass Challenge, INNW, Veteran Women’s Enterprise Center, Women’s Business Council and Wisdom Consulting.

Receiving the grant money was vital for the recipients, as it helped them grow their business in multiple ways. “When we signed up for the Founders First Texas Job Creators Quest grant, we thought it would just be a basic grant for creating quality jobs in Texas, but it turned out to be much more. The Founder’s First acceleration course was packed with incredible information that we immediately put to use to grow our business,” said Liz D’Aloia, COO of Koder Labs, 2021 grant recipient and Bootcamp program graduate.

Skilled business owners, especially those in Dallas-Ft. The penalty, Houston, Austinand San Antonio markets can visit https://foundersfirstcdc.org/texas to apply for the grant.

To apply for the business accelerator program, visit: https://foundersfirstcdc.org/programs/

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]]> Lazard and Pimco profit from a short sale on the Hong Kong dollar https://recursos-online.com/lazard-and-pimco-profit-from-a-short-sale-on-the-hong-kong-dollar/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 00:10:00 +0000 https://recursos-online.com/lazard-and-pimco-profit-from-a-short-sale-on-the-hong-kong-dollar/

Rapidly rising interest rates in the United States have upended investments from tech stocks to cryptocurrencies. But one trade is enjoying a renaissance: shorting the Hong Kong dollar.

Lazard Asset Management, Fiduciary Management and Pimco held net short positions of $323 million, $110 million and $89 million in Hong Kong dollar forward foreign exchange contracts, according to data gathered from regulatory filings. in the United States (see Figure 1). Investors placed their short bets at prices ranging from HK$7.7567 to HK$7

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Not easy for airline to make profits in India: IATA official https://recursos-online.com/not-easy-for-airline-to-make-profits-in-india-iata-official/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 16:20:01 +0000 https://recursos-online.com/not-easy-for-airline-to-make-profits-in-india-iata-official/

It is not easy for an airline to make a profit in India and many issues such as price caps and high jet fuel taxes (ATF) need to be addressed, a senior IATA official said on Sunday.

Philip Goh, Regional Vice President for Asia-Pacific of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), made the remarks during a press conference at the 78th Annual General Meeting of the global airline body. airlines here.

When asked if Vistara and Air India should be merged into the Tata Group, he replied: “Both (Vistara and Air India) are full-service carriers. Vistara is still quite small and although they are in business for 5-6 years, they are still loss making.It is not easy to make a profit in India.A lot of problems to overcome.

Goh said he was sure some sort of discussion needed to take place between the Tata Group and Singapore Airlines over the merger of Air India and Vistara.

“It makes sense to look at synergies between two similar full-service carriers,” he told reporters.

While talking about India, Goh said pricing should be left to the airlines and should not be governed the way it is governed.

Goh said taxation – on fuel and otherwise – is still an issue for airlines.

Any measures taken by the government that increase costs for airlines are bad for the economy of the aviation sector, he said.

The Ministry of Civil Aviation had imposed lower and upper limits on domestic air fares based on flight duration when services resumed on May 25, 2020, after a two-month lockdown due to the pandemic. For example, airlines currently cannot charge a passenger less than Rs 2,900 (excluding GST) and more than Rs 8,800 (excluding GST) on flights lasting less than 40 minutes.

The Tata Group took control of Air India and its subsidiary Air India Express on January 27 after successfully winning the airline tender on October 8.

The Tata Group holds an 83.67% stake in AirAsia India, while the remaining stake in the airline is owned by Malaysian carrier AirAsia Berhad.

The Indian Competition Commission announced on June 16 that it had approved the proposed acquisition of the entire stake of AirAsia India Ltd by Air India Ltd.

Vistara is a joint venture with Tata Group and Singapore Airlines holding 51% and 49% of the shares respectively.

“I think Tata’s initiative (to merge AirAsia India with Air India) within their own group makes sense. I think if you have four vehicles within the same group, you need to find ways to streamline synergies within within the group,” Goh said.

If Tatas forms a strategy correctly, Air India could become a very powerful player in the Indian international market, he noted.

Air India can certainly be strengthened and if anyone could do it, Tatas could do it, he said.

“It’s very positive for India that this has happened and we look forward to seeing how it plays out in the next couple of years,” he noted.

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Thursdays in Pella focuses on nonprofit organizations | Radio KNIA KRLS https://recursos-online.com/thursdays-in-pella-focuses-on-nonprofit-organizations-radio-knia-krls/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 14:56:02 +0000 https://recursos-online.com/thursdays-in-pella-focuses-on-nonprofit-organizations-radio-knia-krls/


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The theme for this week’s Thursdays in Pella was “A Family Matter” and highlighted local non-profit organizations. These groups had a variety of activities and booths scattered around Central Park. The annual Bike Rodeo returned for safety checks with obstacle courses as well. Iowa’s youngest magician, Kayleigh Roger, was on stage before the City Band wrapped up the festivities. KNIA/KRLS Lil’ Big Red Radio airs every Thursday in Pella this summer. Next week’s theme is “Let the Games Begin”.



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The dramatic increase in corporate profits in fiscal years 2021-22 (FY21) and FY22 did not lead to a corresponding explosion in capital expenditure (capex), with listed companies’ investment in fixed assets only increasing by 2. 3% year-over-year (YoY) in FY22, growing at the slowest pace in six years.


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How Airtel took a long profit call by focusing on costs and customers https://recursos-online.com/how-airtel-took-a-long-profit-call-by-focusing-on-costs-and-customers/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 00:33:00 +0000 https://recursos-online.com/how-airtel-took-a-long-profit-call-by-focusing-on-costs-and-customers/


Six consecutive profitable quarters after an equal number of losses – for Bharti Airtel, the turnaround has been swift. But it’s not just the result of higher prices or the absence of exceptional items. Execution and strategy also play a role.


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Las Vegas nonprofit gives MMA lessons to at-risk teens https://recursos-online.com/las-vegas-nonprofit-gives-mma-lessons-to-at-risk-teens/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 23:12:03 +0000 https://recursos-online.com/las-vegas-nonprofit-gives-mma-lessons-to-at-risk-teens/

A local Las Vegas nonprofit called Project 180 teams up with professional fighters to teach them confidence-building MMA skills.

MMA and boxing workouts are great ways to get in shape, meet new people, and have fun. Many people who train in some form of combat sport never fight, but these types of training methodologies are very popular anyway.

A non-profit organization in Las Vegas welcomes homeless, disadvantaged or at-risk teenagers. Project 180 partners with Pro-am Sports Medicine to host free MMA classes for youth in the community.

“Families can’t afford to put their kids in martial arts or extracurricular activities, it allows them to meet new people, after all, they come from every school in Clark County,” the executive director said. of project 150, Kelli Kristo. 8newsnow.com.

James Murphy is the founder of ProAm Sports Medicine and offers classes for high school teens taught by professional fighters. In conjunction with the world renowned Syndicate MMA, Murphy presented his “A Fighting Chance” program. The program consists of 90 days of programming where kids will meet twice a week to learn MMA and boxing techniques.

Classes are taught by professional boxer Shane Mosley Jr. and former UFC fighter Mike Pyle.

“If they learn something, which they use to defend themselves, then great, have a good time,” Mosley said.

If you are interested in this program or would like to help, contact ProAm Sports Medicine directly at (702) 485-5493.

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Mobile art dealer sues city for demanding all proceeds be donated to charity https://recursos-online.com/mobile-art-dealer-sues-city-for-demanding-all-proceeds-be-donated-to-charity/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 23:50:06 +0000 https://recursos-online.com/mobile-art-dealer-sues-city-for-demanding-all-proceeds-be-donated-to-charity/ The local law would violate the “fruits of their own labor” provision of the North Carolina Constitution

A mobile art gallery owner is suing a North Carolina town over a local ordinance that requires traveling vendors like her to donate 100% of their profits to charity in exchange for the right to sell during peak tourist season.

Ami Hill owns the #Bus252 mobile art gallery and Muse Markets, which feature works by local artists and artisans.

Hill is suing the town of Kill Devil Hills in the holiday mecca of the Outer Banks over the ordinance which is in effect from May 1 to September 30 each year.

When the pandemic disrupted commerce in 2020, Hill moved her brick-and-mortar art gallery into the refurbished school vehicle that became her mobile art bus.

Although she has been welcomed into many other communities in the state, the ordinance prevents her from exercising her constitutional rights and making a living in her hometown of Kill Devil Hills.

The city “requires Ami to cede the entire fruits of her labor when she exploits the art market, and this allows her to retain the profits of her art bus only during the less lucrative periods of the year. ‘year,’ according to the legal complaint. .

Hill brought “this lawsuit to vindicate the Constitution’s promise that she be allowed to earn an honest living without arbitrary and unnecessary government interference.”

The legal complaint (pdf) in Hill v. Town of Kill Devil Hills, was filed June 7 in the General Court of Justice, Superior Court Division of Dare County, North Carolina.

According to the Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF), a national public interest law representing the complainant, vendors can apply for a business license from the local Board of Commissioners, but this requires it to “submit to an arbitrary process and unduly heavy every time”. sale.

“This places traveling salespeople between the proverbial hammer and anvil,” adds PLF.

To make matters worse, the city has created a First Flight Market, which features street vendors and local artists in direct competition with Hill’s Muse Market.

The only distinction between the two markets is that city-sponsored vendors can sell year-round and keep their profits.

The city also rejected #Bus252’s bid to participate in the First Flight Market, whose name reflects its proximity to historic Kitty Hawk, site of the first successful and sustained powered flights in a heavier-than-air machine in 1903.

PLF attorney Donna Matias told The Epoch Times that the city “cannot condition an itinerant vendor’s right to earn a living on the assignment of profits or the request for permission from the board of commissioners every time he wants to sell”.

“Ami and business owners like her are entitled to the fruits of their labor under the North Carolina Constitution,” she said.

Matias said his clients decided to sue in state court because North Carolina “is the only state that has this fruits of one’s own labor provision, which expressly protects the right to earn an honest living.” .

Ultimately, that comes down to saying that Kill Devil Hills wants to “protect brick-and-mortar businesses,” the attorney said.

Matias speculated on how the dispute might be resolved.

“What she wants is to be able to earn a living and in her city, without this certain pattern that makes her impossible.

“There are other towns – she can work in Kitty Hawk – she’s allowed to move into surrounding towns, and each has a different set of rules.”

But the Kill Devil Hills ordinance “is definitely the most restrictive,” she said.

The city could repeal the ordinance altogether or structure it so that it addresses “anything that concerns them, although protecting physical stores is not a legitimate government concern.”

“But if they’re concerned about traffic and safety and crowds, fine, then you write a law that addresses that concern, rather than targeting a particular class of people,” Matias said.

The Epoch Times has sought comment from Casey Varnell, the city attorney.

Varnell said via email on June 7 that the city had not yet been notified of the legal complaint and that he would comment after reviewing it.

At the time of going to press on June 8, no comments had yet been received.

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