European shares steady after steepest slide for global stocks since 2020

European stocks recovered some of their losses on Tuesday after economic growth fears drove the steepest drop for global equities since June 2020. The regional Stoxx 600 gauge rose 0.8 per cent, having dropped 2.9 per cent on Monday. London’s FTSE 100 added 0.7 per cent, with buyout group Melrose Industries, industrial software company Aveva […]

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Senior home builds a social and eco-friendly community

Located in West Los Angeles, the Howard and Irene Levine Senior Community is a mid-rise housing development for low-income seniors and homeless senior veterans. The apartments were designed by KFA Architecture for Mercy Housing of California. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos The project sits along Pico Boulevard and is well-knit into the neighborhood’s urban […]

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The integration imperative: achieving a future vision for healthcare

Dr. Kevin Vigilante is chief medical officer at Booz Allen Hamilton. This article was co-written with Angela Jones, program manager in digital health transformation at Booz Allen Hamilton. In our last article, we noted that many health systems and federal health agencies have been understandably preoccupied with addressing the immediate priorities of the COVID-19 pandemic […]

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‘Stand to the end’: Can diplomacy rescue Ukrainian defenders? | Russia-Ukraine was News

Diplomatic efforts are under way to save Ukrainian fighters holed up inside a steelworks in Mariupol after they pledged to fight Russian forces to the death as battles continue to increase in ferocity. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a late-night video address that Ukraine was working on a diplomatic effort to save the defenders […]

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Soaring dollar raises specter of ‘reverse currency wars’

The surging dollar has prompted some analysts and investors to forecast a new period of “reverse currency wars” as many central banks abandon a longstanding preference for weaker exchange rates. The new dynamic marks a departure from the period of low inflation that followed the 2007-09 global financial crisis, when historically low interest rates and […]

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10th annual NYCxDESIGN Festival is sure to inspire

The tenth annual NYCxDESIGN Festival will run May 10-20 this year, attracting thousands of creative folks to New York City. Expect design fairs, group exhibitions, and consulates organizing events to celebrate the innovations of international designers. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos A city council initiative first established NYCxDESIGN in 2012. Officials decided to hold […]

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Indiana, Ohio primaries: Trump nod strong, Dems stay in center | Elections News

The first round of primaries ahead of the November midterm elections offered early indications of the US political temperature. The first round of primary elections before November’s midterm elections in the United States has offered glimpses of the direction in which the country’s two major parties are heading. The polls in the states of Ohio […]

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Fed expected to deploy first half-point rate rise since 2000

The US Federal Reserve is expected to raise its benchmark policy rate by half a percentage point for the first time since 2000 and formalize plans to shrink its $ 9tn balance sheet, as it embraces a more aggressive approach to tackling elevated inflation. At the end of its two-day policy meeting on Wednesday, analysts […]

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PFAS could be reduced by Australian plants

New research has found that Australian native rushes Phragmites australis, Juncus kraussiiand Baumea articulata could remove up to 53% of PFAS (per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances) contaminants from the environment. Conducted by researchers at the University of South Australia, the study found that the once-popular chemicals could be removed from the environment cheaply by using these […]

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