BC Assessment released numbers on the market trends for single-family residential properties by geographic area. "It's softening across the board actually", he added. "Fine, you'll move over to condos", he said. The agency forecasts condominium values will increase by up to 20 per cent across B.C. this year. However, it's 16.5 per cent lower than the active listings of November this year.
Wholesalers and sushi company owners often pay high prices for the best fish at the first pre-dawn auction of the new year. Toyosu market -- a new tourist attraction in Tokyo -- is a closed facility suited for controlling temperatures and sanitation and is 1.7 times larger than Tsukiji.
The Labour Department reported Friday that USA employers added a net 312,000 new positions in December, smashing economists' expectations. "We've been willing to revisit our views, very much willing to revisit our views, of what the natural rate is, and also our understanding of what it is", Powell said .
Pete McDonald's . He became upset when there weren't any plastic straws out at the condiment station, witness Brenda Biandudi told CNN . The reason? She had reportedly told him that restaurant policy was to keep straws behind the counter.
Nearly 90 percent of the people who work for the Internal Revenue Service are not at their jobs because of the shutdown. If the shutdown continues through tax season, though, it could have a very serious impact indeed. "It does throw a little bit of wrench into things", said Kyle Pomerleau, economist at the Tax Foundation. Namely, such a move could delay tax refunds, hurt the productivity of federal workers by halting their paychecks for the time being, shut down national parks and suspend ...
Cook blamed the macroeconomy and U.S. But China's tariff fight with the US and an avalanche of bad news about tumbling auto and real estate sales are undermining consumer confidence after two decades of nearly unbroken rapid growth. According to market researchers with IDC, "worldwide smartphone shipments are expected to decline by 3% in 2018 before returning to low single-digit growth in 2019 and through 2022".