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Raymond James: These 3 Stocks Have Over 100% Upside on the Horizon

We’re now in the heart of earnings season, and investors are paying close attention as companies report their financial results from the first quarter of 2021. It’s a routine, in some ways, but in others, there has never been an earnings season quite like this. It’s the first one post-pandemic, but perhaps more importantly, the results are coming out during a time of nearly unprecedented government stimulus spending. There’s no real comparison to tell just how the inflows of cash are going to impact the bottom lines.

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ACT Expo Extends Early Bird Rate, Teases Upcoming Agenda

The Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, North America’s leading advanced clean transportation event, has extended its early bird rate to May 14, giving attendees extra time to plan their travel as the conference returns to Southern California for its annual in-person event. And with the agenda about to be announced, there will be a full schedule of topics to look forward to at this year’s conference.

ACT Expo has extended its early bird rate to May 14, giving attendees extra time to plan their travel for this event.

Register today for the 2021 ACT Expo — held August 30 through

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CARB Extends Reporting Requirement to May 1

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California environmental regulators have extended to May 1 the mandated deadline for motor carriers that operate in the state with $50 million or more in 2019 revenue, or carriers with more than 50 trucks, to file a one-time report about their trucks and operations.

California Air Resources Board officials announced the deadline extension within days of the original April 1 deadline.

The report is to be filed electronically.

The detailed company and fleet reporting requirement, known as the Large Entity One-Time Reporting Requirement, includes large employers including truckers,

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