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The Economy of Useful Goods and Services Is the Real Economy

th?id=OIP.Y5MGh1TCxbNxm_3ueM4vVQHaFW&pidThe economy of useful goods and services is the real economy, the one that keeps everybody so fortunate housed, fed, and provided with power, communication, and medical care.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 49.87 points, or 0.18%, at the open to 26,955.97.
The S&P 500 opened lower by 4.38 points, or 0.13%, at 3,271.64, while the Nasdaq Composite dropped 16.62 points, or 0.16%, to 10,689.50 at the opening bell.

Firms operating under such market conditions have to be conscious of price behaviour exhibited by other firms. If one firm cuts back on prices, the other needs to follow suit to keep its customer base intact. Being a few large players in the same field, any price change by one large seller, effects the price behaviour of the other in a similar fashion. This is nothing but a depiction of oligopolistic behaviour. I am sure most of you must have observed how most auto companies come out with similar offers and deals almost at the same time.

The private sector will be allowed to import fuel using dollars at the free market price in August as well, the source said.
These reforms come as part of the 2020 budget to be formally passed by Sudan's cabinet and sovereign council, acting in parliamentary capacity within days, the source said. (Reporting by Khalid Abdelaziz, writing by Nafisa Eltahir, editing by Chris Reese)

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Audyssey says it was inspired to name its first iPod/iPhone audio system after the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood in San Francisco because of its "eclectic blend of energy and history." Well, we're not sure what that means, but the Audyssey Audio Dock "South of Market Edition" definitely is distinct-looking and has some interesting features along with very good sound--all of which goes a long way to justify its fairly high $400 price tag.

Cellnex's CEO Martinez said the company was not seeking minority stakes in other groups unless there was a clear path to control.

He said the goal was to consolidate its presence in the countries where it has operations already but that it was keeping an eye open on new countries, such as Poland.

The existence of political stability, peace and crypto security are of vital importance for smooth trade. If the law and order situation in a country deteriorates due to political unrest and the revolutionary attitudes of certain groups, markets will get hampered.

By Karen Pierog CHICAGO, July 22 (Reuters) - U.S.

Treasury yields fell on Wednesday as the market awaited an auction of $17 billion of 20-year bonds and watched for developments on a new round of federal aid for the coronavirus-hit economy. The bonds began trading on May 21 at a yield of 1.177%. Treasury offered 20-year bonds in May for the first time since 1986. A closely watched part of the U.S.

Treasury yield curve measuring the gap between yields on two- and 10-year Treasury notes, which is viewed as an indicator of economic expectations, was last at 44.20 basis points, about 1.50 basis points lower than at Tuesday's close. 3-year dollar swap 5.00 -0.25 spread U.S. The benchmark 10-year yield was last down 2.1 basis points at 0.5856%, while the 20-year bond yield tumbled as low as 1.05%.
The auction marks the third since the U.S. July 22 Wednesday 9:06AM New York / 1406 GMT Price Price Current Net Yield % Change (bps) Three-month bills 0.12 0.1217 -0.002 Six-month bills 0.1325 0.1344 0.000 Two-year note 99-247/256 0.1432 0.000 Three-year note 99-226/256 0.1645 -0.002 Five-year note 99-242/256 0.2612 -0.010 Seven-year note 100-108/256 0.4382 -0.016 10-year note 100-96/256 0.5856 -0.021 20-year bond 101-64/256 1.0549 -0.028 30-year bond 99-40/256 1.2841 -0.029 DOLLAR SWAP SPREADS Last (bps) Net Change (bps) U.S.

2-year dollar swap 6.75 -0.25 spread U.S. 10-year dollar swap -1.50 0.75 spread U.S. 30-year dollar swap -46.00 1.00 spread (By Karen Pierog in Chicago; editing by Jonathan Oatis)

Jim Vogel, an interest rate strategist at FHN Financial in Memphis, Tennessee, said the fact that the 20-year yield was low versus "other opportunities on the long end of the curve" and that more debt supply could result from economic stimulus negotiations underway in Washington will make investors cautious.

"The auction's going to go reasonably well, but don't know if it will provide a lift for the market the way certainly the 10- and 30-year auctions did two weeks ago," he said. Republicans and Democrats remained far apart on Tuesday on how much to spend on stimulus efforts to combat the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Vogel said with Treasury trading "slowed to a crawl," there was not a fundamental reason for any big moves in yields until a deal emerges in Washington or the U.S Federal Reserve, which meets next week, changes some of its outlook. 5-year dollar swap 3.75 0.00 spread U.S.