Newmont Corp., the world’s largest gold miner, will take over Australian competitor Newcrest Mining Ltd. in a deal valued at $17.5 billion, the gold mining industry’s largest merger on record.
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Office towers’ values are falling fastest in large, old-order urban centers such as New York City and San Francisco, Ann Walsh, Guggenheim Partners’ chief investment officer, told the FT.
Last month, overall U.S. inflation came in at 4.9 percent. While it is the slowest since April 2021, it is still above the 2 percent Fed target rate. Inflation clocked in at 5 percent in March.
In 2022, Chinese investment in Europe and Britain sank to €7.9 billion, 22 percent below 2021’s level and the lowest since 2013, according to a new study by Rhodium Group and Merics, a German think tank.
The central bank of the southeast African nation of Zimbabwe has issued a solid gold coin intended to “expand the value-preserving instruments available in the economy.”
Britain managed to expand its GDP by 0.1 percent during the first three months of this year, matching the growth rate in 2022’s final quarter.
Inflation and interest rate hikes are causing companies in many sectors to lay off employees. To illustrate the employment trends and the socioeconomic implications, each week we will list job losses.
Credit card companies offering deposit services to their customers are seeing an inflow of cash as people seek places other than small and regional banks to store their money.
In April, downtown pedestrian traffic in the U.S. was about 25 percent less than during the same month in 2019, real estate software provider MRI Springboard reported.
Pity the rich: households earning more than $125,000 have seen their incomes and discretionary spending decline faster during the current economic malaise than those of households classified as low-income, according to Bank of America (BoA).