Vanguard leaves the climate alliance as part of the Net Zero project

Vanguard leaves the climate alliance as part of the Net Zero project

Vanguard is pulling out of the top financial alliance on fighting climate change at a time when US Republicans have stepped up their attacks on financial institutions they say are hostile to fossil fuels. With $7.1 billion under management and more than 30 million clients as of October 31, Vanguard is the world’s second-largest fund …

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City faces another post-Brexit blow as EU moves to restrict some trade

The City of London is facing another blow to its post-Brexit dominance after the EU moved to require businesses to settle more transactions reducing financial risk within the bloc. The plan focuses on transactions in securities called derivatives and on financial market clearing houses, the intermediaries that enable the transfer of funds to sellers and …

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These small-cap stocks could make you the most money in 2023, based on two important data points

These small-cap stocks could make you the most money in 2023, based on two important data points

Small-cap stocks are trading near a two-decade low against large-cap stocks. When the stock market rebounds next year, as many investment banking strategists expect, these smaller companies could outperform. Below is a screen of analyst favorite small cap stocks for 2023, taken from the S&P Small Cap 600 SML Index, that requires businesses to be …

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Why aren't personal finances taught more in schools?

Why aren’t personal finances taught more in schools?

This article is the last part of the FT’s Financial Education and Inclusion Campaign It’s pre-lunch session at the University Technical College, Heathrow, and a class of sixth-formers are learning about risk and reward. The students are lively and engaged, debating whether mortgage holders really own their homes, the risks involved in bitcoin trading, and …

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Why Everyone Is Obsessed With ChatGPT, A Mind-Blowing AI Chatbot

Why Everyone Is Obsessed With ChatGPT, A Mind-Blowing AI Chatbot

There’s a new AI bot in town: ChatGPT. And you better take heed. The tool, from a powerful player in artificial intelligence, allows you to type in natural language questions which the chatbot answers in conversational, albeit somewhat stilted, language. The bot remembers the thread of your dialogue, using previous questions and answers to inform …

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5 people you need on your team to start a business

5 people you need on your team to start a business

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. Starting a business can be a long and difficult process. As a commercial real estate broker, I see businesses start up regularly. Observing these startups allowed me to see the benefits of good role delegation. Many sole proprietors are eager to take on the bulk of business …

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Economist: No recession in 2022, nor in 2023 |  WRAL Tech Wire

Economist: No recession in 2022, nor in 2023 | WRAL Tech Wire

CHARLOTTE- No recession happened in 2022, despite many predictions that the economy would fall into an economic recession – and the same could happen in 2023. That’s according to an economist at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte who spoke about the economic environment in the United States and North Carolina during the North …

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Market headwinds persist through 2023 for rapid deployment of renewables, report says

A Deloitte survey of power executives found that 56% of respondents believe it would take two to three years to ease supply chain constraints in the U.S. clean energy market. December 7, 2022 Michael Schoeck Despite a market crippled by rising costs, supply chain disruption, trade policy uncertainty, inflation and interconnection delays, renewable energy deployments …

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