Address: 87 S Main St, Suffield, Connecticut Price: $629,900 Square Feet: 4330 Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 3 Full and 1 Half Baths Built: 1842 Features: A Main Street charmer w/the perfect blend of fine craftsmanship, stunning classic character and upscale modern amenities. Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Suffield this home is an entertainers delight offering a timeless kitchen w/granite, stainless appliances and custom cabinetry. The kitchen opens to a large dining area and charming family room w/exposed beams, gorgeous hardwood floors, built-ins and a cozy fireplace. The traditional dining room is perfect for formal eating w/handsome wide plank floors, a built in hutch and a 2nd fireplace! The family room has beautiful built-ins, a 3rd fireplace and a centrally located half bath. Just around the corner enjoy stunning views of Main Street from the floor to ceiling windows in the den or venture outside to take in the views from the inviting attached sunroom. Follow the grand … [Read more...] about Main Street Classic Hits the Market in Suffield
Household appliances market
The yen did not budge earlier in the Asian session when the Bank of Japan decided the details of a lending scheme for small companies hurt by the pandemic at an emergency meeting on Friday. (Reporting by Stanley White; Editing by Sam Holmes and Kim Coghill) … [Read more...] about FOREX-Dollar edges up on rising U.S.-China tension; yuan, other Asian FX fall
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chinese outbound M&A recorded a steady growth of $59.6bn via 946 deals in Q1 2020. This is not at an average score compared to several deals and the total investment figures. Some of the M&A activities in past three weeks show the consistency at which Chinese companies made headways in Australia, the United States, Japan, Germany, South Korea, Russia, Holland, including some usual suspects around such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and others from South East Asia, to name a few. … [Read more...] about China’s M&A diplomacy: Endgame or endless game?
The government extended the state of emergency till June 30. The president of the Peruvian Council of Ministers, Vicente Zeballos, said the fifth consecutive extension aims to curb the impact of the disease in the country, which has reported the second highest number of cases in the region. … [Read more...] about Peru registers 115,754 COVID-19 cases with 3,373 deaths
About a quarter of Americans say someone in their household has lost a job amid that downturn, and about half have lost household income, including layoffs, pay cuts, cut hours or unpaid time off. The majority of those whose household suffered a layoff still believe they will return to their previous employer, but the share expecting their job will not return has risen slightly over the past month, to 30% from 20%. … [Read more...] about AP-NORC poll: Many in US won’t return to gym or dining out