Texas Farmers Market Introduces REKO Ring Group | Company

PALESTINE, Texas — The Palestine Farmers Market recently introduced a new retail concept to help producers sell their goods directly and more efficiently to local customers. The Palestine TX Farmers Market REKO Cooperative Facebook group provides a virtual marketplace that improves the sales process for producers and consumers. REKO is an acronym for the Swedish … Read more

Homeownership in Canada falls as market “excludes” younger generations – Global News

Homeownership in Canada falls as market “excludes” younger generationsWorldwide news Housing costs cripple major Canadian citiesCTV News Toronto had the highest percentage of unaffordable housing in Canada in 2021 | urbanizedDaily beehive We need new and creative ways to ease the path to home ownershipToronto Star High house prices make property out of reach for … Read more

Will high inflation ease? ‘Cavuto Live’ panel discusses – Fox News

Will high inflation ease? ‘Cavuto Live’ panel discussesFox news Is the US economy heading for ‘dire straights’?Fox Business Inflation is still too high: Gene SperlingFox news Charles Payne: This is how you create honestyFox Business This will be a ‘big issue’ in 2024: Dan HenningerFox Business See full coverage on Google News

Metro drivers in Vancouver hit by rising gas prices – and it’s not over yet, analyst says – BC

Metro Vancouver drivers going to the gas station are facing a sticker shock this week, and an analyst suggests there is more pain. On Tuesday, regional motorists spent $1,93.9 per liter. By Friday morning, it had risen to $2.14.99, and by the evening it had risen again to $2.18.9. Read more: Gas prices rise Wednesday … Read more

DC Attorney General ends discriminatory tactics of a housing developer

WASHINGTON – A home developer allegedly used discriminatory tactics to force a homeowner to sell her home in northwest DC The Attorney General is working to put an end to this illegal business practice called “blockbusting.” Nearly two years ago there was a sign that read “Section 8 and soon to be student housing” in … Read more

Bicycle thieves with angle grinder threaten cafe customers in Crouch End

T two young bicycle thieves brandished an angle grinder at pub patrons trying to prevent them from escaping in north London. In shocking images, two masked youths appear to break a bicycle lock on Crouch Hill on Tuesday at 6.10 pm. A customer yells “Hey, hey” to the couple and rushes toward them, but stops … Read more

‘Value-oriented’ Canada Jetlines to start with Toronto-Calgary flights

The next airline looking to pose a threat to the Air Canada-WestJet duopoly will take its inaugural flight on Thursday. Canada Jetlines, a new startup airline headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, is scheduled to fly twice weekly from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport to Calgary International Airport. The airline said it will hold a ribbon-cutting party to … Read more

Buy now, pay later: new rules consumers need to know

Buy now, pay later Consumer models are taking the US payments industry by storm. BNPL resonates with US online shoppers, who make modest upfront initial payments and pay the remaining balances on scheduled due dates — often smaller payments made over four months. Currently, BNPL standalone mobile apps such as Klarna, Afterpay, and Affirm offer … Read more

China leads globally in output, consumer electronics sales

Employees check displays at a manufacturing facility in Jiujiang, Jiangxi Province in August. WEI DONGSHENG/FOR CHINA DAILY: BEIJING — China ranks first worldwide in manufacturing and selling consumer electronics thanks to the country’s enhanced innovation and brand-building capacity, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said Tuesday. China remains an important global consumer electronics manufacturing … Read more

Ottawa announces up to $250 million to help Canadians transition to greener home heating options – National

Environment and Climate Change Secretary Steven Guilbeault announced that the federal government will invest up to $250 million over four years to make heating more affordable for families across Canada. Nearly half of the amount will be set aside for Atlantic Canadians, he said. In a news conference Thursday, Guilbeault said the funding will help … Read more