Treasury Provides More Information Regarding the $10 Billion Tax Credit for Manufacturing Renewable Energy Projects

The Treasury Department and Department of Energy announced new guidance Wednesday for a 30% tax credit available under the Internal Revenue Code’s section 48C for the construction of facilities that focus on clean energy manufacturing and recycling, industrial decarbonization and critical minerals processing.

NSF Announces Infrastructure Investment of $91.8 Million to Enhance Weather and Climate Projections

The U.S. National Science Foundation announced $91.8 million in funding for a Mid-scale Research Infrastructure-2 award to the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) to create the Airborne Phased Array Radar.

Finally, the Commodity Price Bubble Has Burst

The epic commodity bull run that took off three years ago and saw commodity prices hit multi-decade highs has finally collapsed. From oil, gas and wheat to lithium, copper and iron ore, prices of the world’s leading commodities have pulled back sharply across the board.

By Acquiring Southern Companies, Geodis Strengthens Its Drayage Services

France-based transport and logistics provider Geodis has acquired Southern Companies, according to a May 23 announcement. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Insurance Companies in Florida Find It Difficult to Pay Growing Reinsurance Premiums

If you think your insurance rates are high, you should see the amount your insurance company must pay for insurance.

Wall Street Is in a Downturn Along With Markets Worldwide

Asian benchmarks were mostly higher Thursday after the United States House of Representatives approved a debt ceiling and budget cuts package, avoiding a default crisis.

A Rare London IPO Will See WE Soda Sell at Least $800 Million Worth of Shares

WE Soda, the world's largest producer of natural soda ash, is looking to raise at least $800 million for its parent Ciner Group in an initial public offering (IPO), its chief strategy officer told Reuters, in a show of confidence in London's capital markets.

Minnesota’s Healthcare Monopolies Statute May Prevent the Proposed Combination of Sanford and Fairview

Minnesota State Gov. Tim Walz signed into law last Friday a bill that could potentially stop the proposed merger between Sanford Health and Fairview Health.

Trading on the TSX Starts for the Premium Cash Management Fund and US Premium Cash Management Fund

Evolve Funds Group Inc. ("Evolve" or "the Manager") is pleased to announce the launch of the Premium Cash Management Fund ("MCAD") and US Premium Cash Management Fund ("MUSD") (Collectively, the "Evolve Funds").

Latin American Fintechs Advocate for a Common Open Finance Regulation

In a landmark development, fintech associations from Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Chile made a significant stride last week by publishing a document proposing joint standards for Open Finance.

With a Korean Power Company, Cheniere Energy Signs a Long-Term LNG Agreement

Cheniere Marketing, a subsidiary of Houston-based energy company Cheniere Energy, has closed a long-term sale and purchase agreement for liquefied natural gas (LNG) with Korea Southern Power (KOSPO), Cheniere Energy said in a press release.

Former CEO of Real Estate Claims He Is Still Owed Millions by the Corporation

The ex-CEO of a Vancouver real estate company claims he was shorted just shy of $1.55 million in commissions from his former firm and told he would only be paid out if he resigned from his position.

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