Art Prices

Best Historic Trails in Arizona

Arizona’s trails have a fascinating story to tell: The native hunters and gatherers who found their feet in the canyon walls came first. Then come the explorers who forged paths between the first missions and the forts. And later came the railway workers who blew up roads through rocky terrain. …

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Artists return to the digital road

The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically disrupted art sales activity, but digital platforms and physical galleries are not mutually exclusive, notes Helen Waters, senior director of the Cristea Roberts Gallery in London. Instagram was the inspiration for her latest show by four female artists: Charlotte Keates, Karen Lederer, Zsofia Schweger and …

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Rising raw material costs lead to price adjustments in Heidelberg

In order to cushion the disproportionate rise in the costs of materials, logistics and other purchases, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) will moderately increase the prices of its equipment business with immediate effect. This adjustment is made in an economic environment of increasing demand and costs for raw materials and is …

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How to defend against inflation?

This is a guest article by Ben Funnell, portfolio manager at Man Group and Campbell R. Harvey, professor at Duke University and investment strategy advisor at Man Group. It is based on their recent research, “The best strategies for inflation timesWhich was co-written with Teun Draaisma of Man Group, Henry …

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IBM bets on a “ hybrid cloud ”

The motley madman takes Are you looking for a stock with high growth potential and a big dividend? Take the example of international office machines, with a dividend of over 4.5% recently. IBM’s old lines of business struggled for years, and this kept the stock depressed. But it is abandoning …

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