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20 Jul 20 - Business News

How a 104-year-old pencil factory in Tennessee has survived despite decades of overseas competition
Since 1916, the Musgrave Pencil Company has employed thousands of local residents and continued to operate as a family business.
Stock futures hold steady in overnight trading after a strong tech rally on Wall Street
Stock futures were flat in overnight trading on Monday after a strong performance in technology shares pushed the S&P 500 in positive territory for the year. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped just about 10 points,
Walmart, CVS, Lowes among the retailers that will start requiring face coverings on Monday
Walmart and a number of other retailers are putting face covering requirements in place on Monday, with the National Retail Federation calling on all retailers to put a policy in place.
Why Workers Walked Out Monday in a Mass Strike for Black Lives
Low-wage and essential workers want corporate brands to back up their tweets about Black Lives Matter with economic justice.
Exclusive: Amazon readies another huge Mid-South warehouse
The company recently began hiring for a warehouse in the North Mississippi town. Google Maps lists the warehouse as being located at 1615 Commerce Pkwy. a location that was co
Algonquin: Outlook Remains Favorable With Its U.S.$9.2 Billion Capital Projects
Algonquin's business is not expected to be materially impacted by the outbreak of COVID-19. The company continues to expect to invest US$9.2 billion of capital expenditures to grow its rate base and EBITDA in the next 5 years.
Costco, BJs, Walmarts Sam Clubs See More Shoppers Even With Uptick in Retail Restrictions
Costco, BJs and Walmarts Sams Club each saw weekly visits rise in meaningful upticks from the prior two weeks, according to
USD/CAD Daily Forecast U.S. Dollar Loses Ground On Vaccine Hopes
USD/CAD moved closer to the low end of the current trading range between the support at 1.3500 and the resistance at the 20 EMA at 1.3580 as the U.S. dollar remained under pressure against a broad basket of currencies while WTI oil continued to trade above the $40 level.
Red 5 Limited: Digging Into The FY2020 Results
Red 5 reported its fiscal Q4 and FY2020 results last week with both annual gold production and costs missing by a wide margin.
Eurozone Equities Rise As EU Leaders Push For Rescue Deal
Eurozone stock markets pushed higher Monday as EU leaders labored to pin down a 750 billion euro ($860 billion) coronavirus rescue package, while tech shares lifted Wall Street. The euro hit a four-month dollar peak of $1.

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