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Daily Archives: November 12, 2018

Cramer's guide to knowing when a stock's dividend is safe

In times of stock market volatility, investors tend to flock to “safe” stocks that offer steady growth and high dividends. But high-yielding securities can come with unexpected risks, CNBC’s Jim Cramer warned Monday as stocks traded lower. <meta id="speakablemeta3" itemprop="cssSelector" content="#arti… Business News

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Unlocking the power of blockchain in the property industry

There are many ways in which blockchain technology is promising to make a significant impact on the real estate industry. These range from improving and streamlining old fashioned paper-heavy processes to completely re-defining and, in some cases, disrupting the way we buy, sell or own property. At OLX, we obsess with perfecting the experience of buyers and sellers. For me, ...

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Seed banking and native trees – Expert Reaction

Tuesday, 13 November 2018, 10:28 amPress Release: Science Media Centre Embargoed until 5am NZT Saturday 3 November Traditional seed banking – storing seeds at low temperatures – will fail to save a third of the world’s tree species from extinction, according to <a href="https://sciencemediacentre.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fd… Banking Industry News

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The federal government just made one big change to its guidelines on physical activity

Choosing the stairs over the elevator is good for your health. That’s according to the new edition of the government’s “Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans” for people aged three and older. The Department of Health and Human Services released the new guidelines Monday, which updated the previous guidance the department had published back in 2008. In what is perhaps the ...

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