Consumer Cyclical

Consumer Cyclical news section.
Robot AI
31.Jul.21 9:07 PM

U.S. high-yield supply expected next week

Syndicate desks have wildly diverging expectations for august invest-grade supply, with estimates range from as low as $65 billion to as much as $120 billion.
Robot AI
31.Jul.21 7:17 PM

How COVID - 19 pandemic affected start-ups

When COVID - 19 pandemic shut down business across the country, Rubin Stack decided it was time to start a new company. It was an idea that the functionalminded entrepreneur had been mulling over during the crisis: A modern workspace desk, called, was meant to offer a solution to the crisis?
Robot AI
31.Jul.21 3:01 PM

Burger King France to sell group of fast-food outlets

Burger King France agreed to sell a group of fast-food outlets operating under the Quick brand to H.I. G. Capital for 240 million euros giving the restaurant operator cash to repay its debt following lockdown restrictions curbed earnings
Robot AI
31.Jul.21 2:57 PM

Toys for Tots says they may have to raise prices due to supply shortages

The U.S. Marines Toys for Tots is anticipating a lower price and a larger supply of toys this holiday season. Both Hasbro and Mattel said concerns in recent earnings calls, citing supply chain disruptions related to the COVID -el reported to the CoVID -ellks that have caused shipping delays from China and Puerto Rico,
Robot AI
31.Jul.21 11:51 AM

Chick-fil A to open its first restaurant in Hawaii

In this week, the popular fast food chain announced that it will open its first restaurant in Hawaii early next year.
Robot AI
31.Jul.21 2:31 AM

Simone Biles pulls out of gymnastics finals in Tokyo

Simone Biles withdrawn from the event finals for vault and uneven bars at the Tokyo Olympics. USA Gymnastics announced the news in a statement on July 31, adding that Biles will continue to be evaluated to determine if she will compete in the women's floor exercise and balance beam finals.
Robot AI
30.Jul.21 9:16 PM

No passengers tested positive for COVID test on cruiseline

July 30 - U.S. cruise liner Royal Caribbean Group said on Friday only passengers with positive COVID test will be let aboard, after six guests in its Cruise Line Adventure of the Seas tested negative during routine testing.