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A trade war. Rising interest rates. Anti-EU sentiment in Europe. A nuclear showdown with North Korea. After a series of worries — or even shocks — to start the year, what jolts await in the stock market forecast for the next six months? X After an unusually calm and productive 2017 for the major stock indexes, 2018 has been like a ride over sand dunes. The S&P 500 ended a 10-month winning streak in February. The market that seemed unflappable in 2017 became sensitive to headlines and faced new risks. The first tremors came Feb. 5. Stocks plunged as new inflation signs sent the yield on the 10-year Treasury note to a four-year high of 2.88%. The Nasdaq went on to slide nearly 12% in February, its worst decline in two years. For the first time since June 2016, IBD's market outlook was downgraded to "correction." The market recovered, but the volatility remains with the recent gyrations over the tit-for-tat trade drama. "We're in the late stages of one of the longest … [Read more...] about Stock Market Forecast For The Next Six Months: What Can You Expect?
Susan Selasky Detroit Free Press Published 11:47 p.m. UTC Jun 9, 2018 Get your tote bags ready. Load up the wagon. It’s open season for metro area farmers markets. All around Michigan summer is peak time for markets to begin popping up. While markets are a venue for fresh produce and fruits, they also have many unique prepared foods from jams to jellies to baked goods. Many people flock to area farmer markets because they offer a sense of community. Amanda Shreve, executive director of the Michigan Farmers Market Association (MIFMA) said while they saw a peak in the number of markets in Michigan in 2012, the market numbers now hover around 300 throughout the state. “Food access definitely remains a theme and a common motivation for hosting and shopping at markets,” Shreve said. “We continue to see customers driven to markets looking for organic products or products that are grown or raised with certain values or environmental … [Read more...] about Dig in! Farmers market season is here
Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Devices Market The Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy System report provides an unblemished picture of the present and future trends, advancements and opportunities. PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, May 8, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The global market has been prognosticated to earn demand from popular types of products such as external use, oral and applications such as household and hospital. The company has made available another publication in its pharmaceuticals archive of market intelligence reports, which is titled “Global Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Devices Market Research Report 2018.” While the threat of substitutes and technological risks could have an unfavorable impact on the global market, potential applications and opportunities from emerging regions have been anticipated to raise the hopes of industry players. Growing prevalence of various cardiovascular diseases like cardiac arrest, sick sinus syndrome, and bradycardia are … [Read more...] about Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Devices Market forecast examined in new market research report
March 23, 2018 By Dave Sarro Leave a Comment The schedule contract ensures that government buyers can place orders directly with Promo Direct. This is a huge improvement over earlier public bidding procedures to win orders for supplies and services. The contract runs from March 7, 2018 to March 6, 2023. The GSA contract was awarded after a thorough review of Promo Direct's pricing structure by contracting officers. A comparison was made between discounts offered to the government and commercial customers. Promo Direct successfully fulfilled all requirements set by GSA to win the schedule contract. For Promo Direct, A GSA contract will offer an edge over competitors who do not have one. The company will now be able to procure huge federal orders worth more than $100,000. Dave Sarro, Promo Direct’s CEO said, “Having a Federal GSA number makes us a preferred, approved vendor for government agencies. This is a huge achievement for Promo Direct, especially when you realize … [Read more...] about Promo Direct Lands 5 Year GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Contract