The market does not yet like what it sees of the profits of Boadicea Resources Ltd (ASX: BOA)

Boadicea Resources Ltd (ASX: BOA) a price-to-earnings (or “P / E”) ratio of 5.5x could make it look like a solid buy right now compared to the Australian market, where around half of companies have P / E ratios above 19x and even P / E above 38x are quite common. However, it is not wise to just take the P / E at face value as there may be an explanation why it is so limited. The last few times have been very beneficial for Boadicea Resources as its…

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Organizations coordinating resources for Afghan refugees arriving in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY – The state of Utah now has a better timeline for knowing when the first group of Afghan refugees could arrive in the state of Beehive. The Department of Workforce Services office of refugee services said on Friday that refugees could land in Salt Lake City as early as the second week of October. The state, along with several local agencies and organizations, have been busy behind the scenes trying to coordinate resources, from employment to financial assistance, to access to health care, property and housing. READ:…

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CXO Loss Alert: Rosen, a leading law firm, encourages investors in Concho Resources Inc. who have suffered losses to obtain a lawyer before the important September 28 deadline in a class action lawsuit in securities

New York, New York – (Newsfile Corp. – September 17, 2021) – WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds buyers of securities of Concho Resources Inc. (NYSE: CXO) between February 21, 2018 and July 31, 2019 inclusive (the “Class Period” ) from September 28, 2021, lead applicant deadline. SO WHAT: If you purchased any Concho securities during the Class Period, you may be entitled to compensation without payment of fees or out of pocket expenses through a contingency fee agreement. WHAT TO DO NEXT: To join…

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Haitians add to pressure on border resources

DEL RIO, Texas – Thousands of Haitian migrants who have crossed the Rio Grande River in the past few days sleep outside under a border bridge in South Texas, creating a humanitarian emergency and logistical challenge that U.S. agents describe as without previous. Authorities in Del Rio, Texas say more than 8,000 migrants have arrived at the impromptu camp and thousands more are expected in the coming days. Images from the bridge site show dense crowds, including families and young children, and deteriorating sanitary conditions. The sudden influx presented President…

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New Mental Health Focused Resource Guide for Black Canadians in Manitoba Launched

A new resource guide created to promote the mental health and well-being of Black Canadians was launched in Manitoba this week. “This toolkit will contain information that will help everyone be able to provide culturally relevant supports to Black Canadians during times of mental health need,” said Titi Tijani, President of African Communities in Manitoba. The project was funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada and has been in the works for two years, according to Tijani. She said the goal was to make it easier for people to…

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Ghana signs $ 1.2 billion deal to develop bauxite resources

(Bloomberg) – Ghana has chosen Rocksure International as a strategic partner to build a mine and refinery with the aim of developing an industry from its untapped bauxite reserves. The Accra-based company will own a 70% stake in the project and state-owned Ghana Integrated Aluminum Development Corp. will hold the remaining 30%, according to an emailed statement Thursday. Rocksure will lead the construction of a $ 200 million bauxite mine at Nyinahin-Mpasaaso in central Ghana and a bauxite refinery of around $ 1 billion, according to Michael Ansah, managing director…

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UArizona School of Mining and Mineral Resources received $ 4 million from the state

TUCSON, Arizona – Mining is a major industry for Arizona and it is getting a big boost from the state. The legislature approved $ 4 million to attend the University of Arizona School of Mineral and Mineral Resources. “Arizona has a long history of mining and this is in part based on the geology of the state of Arizona,” said Carmela Garzione, dean of the Arizona College of Sciences. Garzione says the funding will be used to hire faculty and staff, student recruitment efforts, and improvements to labs and facilities.…

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Gloucester County Government: Resources available at the Gloucester County Library – Mullica Hill Branch

September 10, 2021 Gloucester County Commissioner Director announces the establishment of a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) at Mullica Hill Library 389 Wolfert Station Rd., Mullica Hill. “FEMA is placing the DRC in or near affected communities, in an area that offers equal access and resources to all. The DRC will be able to assist any resident affected by the September 1 tornado that affected the region. of Gloucester County, including residents of the townships of Harrison, Mantua, Deptford and the boroughs of Wenonah and Woodbury Heights. On the ground…

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NJEDA to host virtual workshops on resources for small businesses

Workshops will present available state and federal resources September 8, 2021 The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) will host a series of three virtual small business resources workshops to present information on the resources available to support the growth of small businesses in the state. The workshops will take place during National Small Business Week (NSBW), which runs September 13-17 and connects business owners with the people and information they need to start or grow their business in keeping in mind their long-term resilience. we are emerging from the…

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TCC program offering resources to unemployed Oklahoma extended by 5 years

Tulsa Community College said a program it is offering to help unemployed Oklahomans get started again will be available for another five years. This comes just days before federal unemployment benefits expire in the event of a pandemic. Things didn’t look very promising on paper for Michelle Lozano who said she spent most of her life in survival mode. Lozano dropped out of school in 2010, but re-enrolled at Tulsa Community College two years later after learning she was pregnant. “Juggling a brand new baby, school and the bills and…

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