Hotel financial

Latest coronavirus: Covid-19 wave crests in New York City as storm ends celebration

The London offices are almost deserted and no one knows how many people will be returning or when, but some investors are make bets on the workspace. The question is whether this trust is well placed or reckless when the sharp post-pandemic drop in the value of new office space …

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AAA reports that owning a new vehicle costs almost $ 10,000 a year

Aug 22, 2021 – According to the latest AAA research, the average annual cost of owning a new vehicle is $ 9,666, or $ 805.50 per month. The most important factor that drives the annual price close to $ 10,000 is depreciation. It accounts for 40% of all property expenses, …

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Second Quarter Flows Show European ETF Investors Rediscovered the Value Factor

Exchange Traded Fund Updates Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about exchange traded fund news. Flows to European exchange-traded funds declined in the second quarter, but this has to be seen against the backdrop of two extremely strong previous quarters. Value funds performed well, …

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Orange County hotel tax revenue in June marks the highest consumption since the start of the pandemic

ORANGE COUNTY, Florida. – Orange County’s tourism industry continues to rebound amid the pandemic, with summer travelers staying in area hotels bringing in more than $ 21 million in taxes for the month of June. The tourism development tax, also known as TDT dollars collected on hotel and resort stays, …

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Despite bans, deportations in New Mexico continued during pandemic – High Country News – Know the West

Property owners and managers have filed over 11,000 eviction notices since April 2020. Jessica Columbie looks out of her bedroom window at an extended stay hotel in Albuquerque. “It’s hard,” she said. “We don’t have a family here. We don’t socialize a lot. It’s hard to get stuck in this …

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No. 33 Park Row completes construction in Manhattan Financial District

Exterior work is nearing completion on No. 33 Park Row, aka Pearl on the Park, a 23-story residential building in the Civic Center section of the Financial District. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Sir Richard Rogers and Graham Stirk of Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners and developed by Centurion Real …

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“Do your homework”: Mayor of Osoyoos urges caution before going on vacation near fire area

The mayor of Osoyoos, British Columbia, encourages potential tourists to do their homework before heading to the South Okanagan, as a large forest fire rages in the nearby mountain. Sue McKortoff said that while the tourist resort destination still welcomes tourists, she urges visitors to prepare and plan ahead. “Please …

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SoftBank registers early for post-COVID-19 hotel boom

(The author is a columnist for Reuters Breakingviews. The opinions expressed are his own.) HONG KONG – Rare South Korean unicorn offers insight into post-pandemic travel. SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2 is investing $ 1.7 billion in Yanolja, an unlikely success in an industry among the most affected by Covid-19. It’s …

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5 easy investments worth making to start building your wealth

If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that you need a financial plan (that doesn’t include winning Powerball). There has to be a better way than crossing your fingers that your lucky numbers are showing, and there is: invest! Now, before you dismiss the idea that investing is only for …

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Which tropical island has just opened 14 “resort bubbles” for vaccinated travelers?

Mauritius has just reopened its borders to international travelers after being closed for the past 16 months. Vaccinated guests can choose to stay in 14 ‘resort bubbles’ where they will be allowed to use the facilities including the swimming pool and explore the beaches on offer. These hotels are already …

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