I chose to live where the schools had the most slices in the pie chart for diversity. I understand the value of thought diversity and being exposed to differences at a young age. And I’ve seen the positive impact from this choice as my children navigated college and entered the working world. They were able to have a broader perspective, are more open to diverse ideas and add more value to conversations. … [Read more...] about Can remote work really improve workplace diversity?
Explore alternative customers If you want to grow beyond your initial customers, Butterfield says you need to be adaptive, responsive, and willing to change the orientation of the company. He also suggests identifying new markets by thinking about who will naturally benefit from your success—a tactic that Pigeonly used as well. Pigeonly originally marketed its platform, which helps people search, find, and connect with incarcerated loved ones, directly to consumers. The company made a successful business out of helping people send mail into prisons, so Hutson realized his team was well-suited to help these same prisons manage their incoming mail. … [Read more...] about The most important startup rule: Play the long game
"The main highlight for me is the drastic reduction in exports as well," said Tony Headrick, energy markets analyst at CHS Hedging. "One could take a step back and look at it from a more global perspective - as imports come into the US, they're not going elsewhere so the global supply is waning and these cargoes that were storing crude oil in the midst of the huge contango we saw, which is now narrowed, is starting to offload those shifts." … [Read more...] about US crude stockpiles rise unexpectedly, gasoline draws down sharply: EIA
Considering the reduced demand due to COVID-19 and increasing inventories, we are more likely to see an extension in output cut beyond July 2020 by OPEC+ nations to keep the prices firm. With the second wave of COVID-19 on the cards, many nations fear a possible lockdown again to deal with the pandemic, dampening the slight improvement we are witnessing in the consumption supported by stimulus measures by the government to boost manufacturing sectors to revive the economy. … [Read more...] about OPEC may extend crude output cut beyond July, prices to stay in tight range
Current lower prices of turmeric can lead to crop switching to soybean, maize and cotton. However, major upside can be capped as turmeric exports continue to remain low on a monthly basis. As per the Department of Commerce, turmeric exports for the period April to February 2020 were reported at 1,24,847.37 tonnes, compared to 1,25,755.8 tonnes last year.Overall, we are bullish with a sowing correction trend in NCDEX turmeric futures for the month ahead. … [Read more...] about Turmeric futures to remain high amid rising demand in domestic market