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Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

In what’s being called the “Trump bump,” the stock market has been on a run since the Nov. 8 election. In January, the Dow Jones industrial average surpassed 20,000 points…

Brexit not affecting trade financing

Brexit not affecting trade financing

Even as international and domestic markets adjust to major global changes – like Brexit, a new US administration, a high foreign exchange, and a rise in US interest rates –…

Homestead super-strength fertilizer plant due back on line

Homestead super-strength fertilizer plant due back on line

The City of Homestead’s composting facility, which turns the city’s bio-solid waste into super-strength fertilizer, is expected to come back online within the next four months after a year-long pause…

Solutions offered to Brickell Bridge traffic woes

Solutions offered to Brickell Bridge traffic woes

Frustrated by what it says are illegal openings of the Brickell Bridge that paralyze downtown, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has petitioned the Florida Department of Transportation and the US Coast…

FYI Miami: April 13, 2017

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. WORKING TO…

Facing the challenge of 58% of all households on the brink

Facing the challenge of 58% of all households on the brink

A sobering view of Miami-Dade’s economy from the bottom half looking up has realistic implications far from the cranes that are building a seemingly separate world that recognizes only the…

Filming in Miami: April 13, 2017

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

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Dave Howard: Sports executive uses his experience to start a railroad

Dave Howard: Sports executive uses his experience to start a railroad

The announcement of the hiring of a veteran sports and entertainment executive to the leadership of the first new privately owned train service of the past century caught people by…

Transit-oriented development in Miami Gardens awaited

With plans on the drawing board to extend Metrorail from the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. station to the Miami-Dade/Broward County line in the median of Northwest 27th Avenue comes…

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