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Quick Read: Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is when love is in the air and celebrated yearly on the 14th of February.  Receiving a long-stemmed rose typically means that you are the only one. Any person should feel special but it’s more significant when it’s given to you on Valentine’s Day. On this day, restaurants are full, thousands of flowers…
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mariela salas

February 12, 2016

Valentine’s Day is when love is in the air and celebrated yearly on the 14th of February.  Receiving a long-stemmed rose typically means that you are the only one. Any person should feel special but it’s more significant when it’s given to you on Valentine’s Day.

On this day, restaurants are full, thousands of flowers are being sold and given to your love ones. According to ProFlowers, it states that 198 million roses are produced in the United States for this specific day and 75 percent of the 110 million roses that are purchased are from men. Therefore, this means that all the florist and those who deliver have a busy day ahead of them on the 14th of February. Although this does not mean that you should only give flowers because it’s Valentine’s Day, but also any other day when you want to show appreciation.

Opinion: The impacts of inflation

Opinion: The impacts of inflation

Inflation is at a record high. As Trading Economics found, the aggregate June 2022 inflation rate of 9.1% has not been higher since November 1981. But what does this mean for the investor? Before diving into the ramifications of such high inflation rates, it is...