• Financial Analysis

    Contract Furniture and Furnishings Market in Europe Analysis and Forecasts 2020, with Financial Indicators for 50 Top Companies

    DUBLIN, Oct. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Contract Furniture and Furnishings Market in Europe“ report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The contract furniture and furnishings market in Europe provides a comprehensive picture of the European contract furniture business: production and market size, leading manufacturers, destination segments, demand drivers and projects, product categories and, new in this year edition, a special focus on furniture for the Airport segment. This study provides a precise estimation of the contract furniture and furnishings production and market size in Europe (soft and turn-key) and for each considered country, up to the year  

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    What kinds of financial analysis jobs are there?

    The official definition of a financial analyst, per the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), is someone who provides help with making investment decisions to businesses and individuals. It’s a financial analyst’s job to review and interpret the performance of securities and other investment assets. Specific job titles include insurance underwriters, financial advisers, budget analysts and financial managers. Financial analysts are commonly separated into the buy side and the sell side. Buy-side analysts work for those with money to invest (institutional investors) and are busy managing very large portfolio returns. Analysts on the sell side are responsible for helping  

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  • Vehicle Insurance

    Car insurance premiums may be going up

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  • Vehicle Insurance

    What to do with car insurance claim checks?

    If you’ve ever been involved in an accident that caused some damage to your car, you probably went through the whole process of getting the damaged assessed, repair quotes submitted and, finally, a check in the mail! Many people wonder what the insurance claim check cashing laws are and if you have to spend the funds for the designated repair. © 10’000 Hours/Getty Images An Asian woman sits down on the phone after receiving her claims check. You may have decided while you wait that the large dent on your door is something you can live with and the car  

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  • Vehicle Insurance

    Avoid this double threat to your car insurance premium!

    Your car insurance premium is about more than just your age, driving experience and claim history. One thing you may not have considered that could have an effect on your insurance is your tyre tread. Sure enough, if the tread is below a certain level and you’re in an accident, your insurance company might not pay out your claim. © Provided by The Motley Fool Sale agent deal to car loan contract with customer. But there’s more to your tyre tread than just the refusal of a claim. If you drive with a set of four faulty tyres, you could  

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  • Vehicle Insurance

    Auto Insurance Firm Root Exceeds Target in $724 Million IPO

    (Bloomberg) — Auto insurance platform Root Inc. and its shareholders raised $724 million in its U.S. initial public offering, with shares priced above a marketed range. © Bloomberg Light trails from traffic illuminate the Warringah Freeway and the Bradfield Freeway during the morning commute in Sydney, Australia, on Monday, May 25, 2020. Australia has a three-stage plan to reopen the economy by the end of July, after lockdown restrictions smashed businesses, particularly in the hospitality and services industry. The nation’s eight state and territory governments are moving at their own pace, depending on the number of Covid-19 infections in their  

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  • Vehicle Insurance

    Drivers who live in Black neighborhoods often pay more in auto insurance: Report

    A new report from Insurify, an insurance comparison shopping site, shows that drivers with clean records who live in a majority-Black neighborhood pay almost 20{de3fc13d4eb210e6ea91a63b91641ad51ecf4a1f1306988bf846a537e7024eeb} more for car insurance on average than a driver living in a majority-white neighborhood who has prior driving offenses.  Kacie Saxer-Taulbee, a data scientist at Insurify, tells Yahoo Finance that insurance companies are not supposed to use race as a factor when determining car insurance rates. However, companies are allowed to use other factors that can potentially discriminate against drivers living in certain areas.  Atlanta interstate traffic headed North toward Downtown “They’re allowed to use  

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    Car insurance start-up Root raises $664M in IPO: report

    Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Automobile insurance startup Root Inc sold shares in its initial public offering (IPO) on Tuesday at $27 apiece, above its target range, to raise $663.7 million, according to two people familiar with the matter. GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HERE The IPO values Root, which has $200 million in debt, at $6.7 billion. The company had set an initial target price range of $22-$25 per share for a sale of almost 24.6 million shares. Root’s IPO is bigger than those of other technology-powered insurance  

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