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US inflation gauge slowed to 6.3 percent in April over past year | Business and Economy News

An inflation gauge closely tracked by the Federal Reserve rose 6.3 percent in April from a year earlier, just below a four-decade high set in March and the first slowdown since November 2020. Friday’s report from the Department of Commerce added to other recent signs showing that while high inflation continues to cause hardships for …

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Bluegreen Vacations Takes Top Honors as RCI Celebrates Earth Month With its Tenth Annual Green Awards Program | news

BOCA RATON, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 16, 2022– Bluegreen Vacations announced today that its Laurel Crest Resort in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee received the Platinum Award, which is the highest honor in the RCI ® Green Awards program. The RCI Green Awards, in honor of Earth Month, is given to three affiliated vacation resorts that actively engage in …

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Tourism in Sri Lanka: One step forward, two steps back | Business and Economy News

Colombo, Sri Lanka – Tourism in Sri Lanka just can’t seem to catch a break. Three years ago, the number of tourists was down 18 percent following the Easter Sunday bombings in April 2019. The coronavirus pandemic that followed in 2020 was particularly bad. Arrivals fell drastically and there were no signs of recovery until …

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