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The EVP of General Finance (GFN) is Buying Shares

Yesterday, the EVP of General Finance (GFN), Jeffrey Kluckman, bought shares of GFN for $9,708.

Following this transaction Jeffrey Kluckman’s holding in the company was increased by 100% to a total of $711.

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The company has a one-year high of $11.24 and a one-year low of $5.00. GFN’s market cap is $201 million and the company has a P/E ratio of 12.40. Currently, General Finance has an average volume of 26.18K.

The insider sentiment on General Finance has been negative according to 20 insider trades in the past three months. This sentiment is lower than the average sentiment of company insiders in this sector.

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Meat Shortages In U.S. Prompt Removal Of Burgers From Restaurants

Meat Shortages In U.S. Prompt Removal Of Burgers From Restaurant Menus

Photo Credit: Fast Food Menu Prices / Courtesy of Wendy’s

Due to the ongoing coronavirus, meat shortages have been largely impacting areas throughout the U.S. As a result, this has also left restaurants, like Wendy’s, with no other choice but to remove their burgers from the menu. Customers have taken to social media to complain, but it’s really not under their control.

According to Yahoo! Finance, the Wendy’s app only shows chicken items were available for takeout and delivery from some of its stores in CA. This has also been affecting people in other states. Customers have since been asking “Where’s the beef?” on social media, a popular 1980s catchphrase that Wendy’s used to use, poking fun at smaller burgers from other chains.


Restaurants like Wendy’s experiencing meat shortages

meat shortage in US prompts removal of beef from restaurant menus
Restaurants like Wendy’s experiencing meat shortage / Twitter

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to shatter slaughterhouses, Americans are finding

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Legion Trade Finance goes bust

Alternative Lending

Legion Trade Finance – a trade finance provider – has gone into administration.

Legion Trade Finance provided facilities to UK companies in order to allow them to purchase goods from suppliers around the world. These facilities started at £100k in size, with no upper limit. The company appointed Begbies Traynor as administrators on 9 June 2016, according to a Companies House filing. The company’s LinkedIn page suggests that it had 11-50 employees. Legion was not a peer-to-peer lender, in that it was not open to retail investors. 

When SME lending specialist GLI Finance launched its closed end fund – GLI Alternative Finance – in September 2015, Legion represented the second largest exposure within what was initially a £40.27m portfolio. The fund had £5.1m invested through the trade finance provider. That exposure was topped only by the £14.6m that was invested through FundingKnight – which also appointed administrators in

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The EVP of General Finance (NASDAQ: GFN) is Buying Shares

Yesterday, the EVP of General Finance (GFN – Research Report), Jeffrey Kluckman, bought shares of GFN for $9,708.

Following this transaction Jeffrey Kluckman’s holding in the company was increased by 100% to a total of $711.

See today’s analyst top recommended stocks >>

The company has a one-year high of $11.24 and a one-year low of $5.00. GFN’s market cap is $201 million and the company has a P/E ratio of 12.40. Currently, General Finance has an average volume of 26.18K.

The insider sentiment on General Finance has been negative according to 20 insider trades in the past three months. This sentiment is lower than the average sentiment of company insiders in this sector.

Company insider trades’ information is brought to you by the DailyInsider, a proprietary algorithm that analyzes insider trading activity to detect the most attractive trading opportunities. To subscribe to the DailyInsider visit this page.

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New Lease Deals in Naperville

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At Toyota of Naperville, we want local drivers to save on their next Toyota. That’s why we offer Toyota financing offers. These rotating offers make financing a new vehicle quick, easy, and more affordable. Check out our Toyota financing offers today to find the one that’s right for you. If you’re more interested in leasing, we also have Toyota lease deals that you can benefit from. If you’re ready to get the process started, simply apply for financing online today!

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Looking for lease specials “near me?” Your search stops with us. At Toyota of Naperville, you can find the right Toyota lease deals for you and your budget. With our rotating offers, you could find Toyota lease deals zero down, lease offers on the Corolla or Camry, and more! Browse our available offers today to find the right lease for you and the model

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Supreme Court sets oral arguments in Trump finance documents case for May 12

The cases were originally set to be heard in late March and early April but were postponed due to health concerns related to the coronavirus. Earlier in the week, the justices announced that instead of holding oral arguments for cases in their august courtroom they would participate remotely by phone and allow the public to listen in real time. The justices have never allowed the release of live audio of their proceedings.

The court has yet to release any details on how exactly the oral arguments will play out, and whether they will depart from their normal protocols given that they won’t actually be able to see the lawyers or even their own colleagues.

No justices will be in the courtroom and there will be no on-camera component, court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said earlier in the week.

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Factoring and Commercial Finance continues to grow

Factoring and Commercial Finance continues to grow – A mechanism for real economy support in the EU

The data collated by the EU Federation for the Factoring and Commercial Finance Industry (EUF) shows that in 2019 factoring and commercial finance volumes in the EU grew overall by 7.9% to reach €1.91 Trillion. As before, 80% of this represented domestic business and the balance international.

This rate of growth – which equaled that seen in 2018 – again clearly outpaces the increase in GDP in Europe and continues to demonstrate the increasingly vital role factoring and commercial finance is playing in developing the real economy, providing principally SME businesses with much needed working capital.

Funding of €275Bn is supporting around 280,000 European businesses, helping them deliver real growth, real employment and demonstrable business success.

With factoring and commercial

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Blue Finance


BLUE FINANCE  DEVELOPS SOLUTIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS


Blue finance is a social enterprise with expertise and a track record in management and sustainable financing of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).

Blue finance’s objective is to improve the management of at least twenty MPAs by 2030.

PROPOSAL:

Our approach relies on a proven concept of co-management lease for MPAs with tangible revenue models, leveraged by blended finance and empowering local communities.

Blue finance works with Governments, local stakeholders, donors and investors to design, finance and implement joint partnerships and blended finance solutions for the collaborative management of MPAs. 

OUR ACHIEVEMENTS:

One of the largest MPAs in the Caribbean (the SE Coral Reef Marine Sanctuary in the Dominican Republic) is under a long term management lease with local partners and Blue finance as lessees (more details).

The Dominican Republic MPA protects 800,000 ha of coral reef

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