Best Prime Day Dash Cam Deals 2020: The Cheapest Prices

Prime Day is in full swing and there’s no shortage of cheap dash cam deals to choose from! If you’ve been waiting all year for the best Prime Day Dash Cam deals, you’re in luck. Amazon has ensured there’s no shortage of good Prime Day deals with plenty of Dash Cams for keeping an eye on your car at all times. Read on to find out more about the best deals.

Today’s best Prime Day dash cam deals

How to choose a dash cam

Eyeing the Prime Day dash cam deals but not actually sure what you’re looking for? It’s a smart idea to know how to choose a great dash cam for you. There are some key points to consider.

First of all, why do you want to buy a dash cam? It’s a fantastic way to help you keep a little safer on the road, capturing footage of

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U.S. wholesale prices jump third month in a row as travel costs climb

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The numbers: U.S. wholesale costs rose sharply in September for the third month in a row, but the recent upturn largely reflected prices returning to normal after the economy reopened and not a sustained increase in inflation.

The producer price index jumped 0.4% last month, the government said Wednesday. Economists polled by MarketWatch had predicted a 0.2% advance.

Most of the increase last month in wholesale prices was tied to a partial rebound in the cost of hotel and travel-related services after more people ventured out toward the end of the summer. Businesses were forced to slash prices last spring when lockdown orders and fear of catching the virus kept most customers away.

Inflation in the U.S. was still quite tepid. Wholesale inflation has risen just 0.4% in the past year, marking the first positive reading in six months. Typically wholesale prices start to

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Lucid Motors prices its most affordable Air luxury EV

Lucid Motors promised a more affordable version of its Air luxury electric sedan, and now we know just how affordable that model will be. Kicking off from $77,400, the entry-level Air will rely on the US federal tax incentive for EVs to potentially bring its starting price down to $69,900.

In return you’ll get what Lucid expects to be 406 miles of range from the standard battery. As for power, there’ll be 480 horsepower, Lucid says; there’ll be a single motor configuration as well as a dual-motor option that adds all-wheel drive to the electric car.

Unveiled officially last month, the 2021 Lucid Air aims to take on Tesla with a high-style, high-performance electric-first drivetrain. Figuring that EV owners won’t be willing to compromise on either power or range, it’ll offer as much as 517 miles on a full charge. Lucid has also inked a deal with Electrify America in

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Used vehicle prices increased during pandemic due to lack of inventory

DETROIT (AP) — It cost a whole lot more to buy a used SUV, car, truck or van last month than it did before the coronavirus hit and that almost singlehandedly caused September’s modest consumer price increase.

Blame it on the pandemic, which knocked supply and demand way out of whack, causing prices to spike.

The good news is that inventories are being replenished and prices are beginning to drop.

“The law of supply and demand worked,” said Earl Stewart, owner of a Toyota dealership in North Palm Beach, Florida. “I think things are coming back to normal.”

When the novel coronavirus made its way to the industrial Midwest and the South in March and April, it forced automakers to shutter factories and many dealers closed. Sales of new vehicles tanked. With few vehicles being traded in for new ones, and leases being extended, the supply of used vehicles dried

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Used vehicle prices rise thanks to coronavirus, but relief is coming

DETROIT (AP) — It cost a whole lot more to buy a used SUV, car, truck or van last month than it did before the coronavirus hit, and that almost singlehandedly caused September’s modest consumer price increase.

Blame it on the pandemic, which knocked supply and demand way out of whack, causing prices to spike.

The good news is that inventories are being replenished, and prices are beginning to drop.

“The law of supply and demand worked,” said Earl Stewart, owner of a Toyota dealership in North Palm Beach, Florida. “I think things are coming back to normal.”

When the novel coronavirus made its way to the industrial Midwest and the South in March and April, it forced automakers to shutter factories, and many dealers closed. Sales of new vehicles tanked. With few vehicles being traded in for new ones, and leases being extended, the supply of used vehicles dried

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Used vehicle prices up as supply sinks, but relief is coming

A shortage of used vehicles in the U.S. has pushed up prices, and that caused much of September’s modest inflation increase

Blame it on the pandemic, which knocked supply and demand way out of whack, causing prices to spike.

The good news is that inventories are being replenished, and prices are beginning to drop.

“The law of supply and demand worked,” said Earl Stewart, owner of a Toyota dealership in North Palm Beach, Florida. “I think things are coming back to normal.”

When the novel coronavirus made its way to

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A Strategy for Buying Elite Businesses at Bargain Prices

Even elite businesses with juicy dividends suffer share price selloffs from time to time.

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Sometimes, these selloffs are caused by short-term, solvable problems within the individual companies.

Sometimes, these selloffs are caused because the overall stock market goes down in value.

These selloffs are almost always opportunities to buy these firms at bargain prices and start collecting steady dividend payments.

When you spend money on any big purchase, like a home or a car, you want to pay a good price. You want to get value for your dollar.

When you buy a car, you want to pay a good price. When you buy a house, you want to pay a good price. You don’t want to overpay. You don’t want to embarrass yourself by getting ripped off.

Yet… when people invest, the idea of paying a good price is often cast aside.

They get excited about a

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Best Prime Day Ninja Deals 2020: Latest Discounts and Prices

It’s Prime Day, and you know what that means? Fantastic Prime Day deals! In particular, if you’ve been considering buying anything from the Ninja Foodi range, this is the time to do it. There are some fantastic Prime Day Ninja deals out there, covering everything you could need from pressure cookers to convection ovens and more. Read on to find out all the best deals.

Today’s best Prime Day Ninja deals

What are the most popular Ninja products?

The Ninja range of Foodi devices is pretty vast. They’re all high-end items that also happen to look very stylish and ideal for a modern kitchen.

Want a new and easier way to chop up food fast? Snap up the Ninja Food Chopper Express for quick mincing and dicing, saving you the need to do it yourself with a knife.

Alternatively, if you’re keen for a new blender to make fantastic soups,

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China Southern prices CNY16 billion convertible bond | News

China Southern Airlines has announced pricing of an upcoming convertible bond issue that is set to raise CNY16 billion ($2.4 billion) for the carrier.

The bonds, convertible to mainland China-listed A-shares, will bear 0.2% interest in the first year, 0.4% in the second year, 0.6% in the third year, 0.8% in the fourth year, 1.5% in the fifth year and 2% in the sixth year, the airline says in a 12 October filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange.

China Southern A330

On 15 October, China Southern will issue 160 million bonds with a nominal value of CNY100 each. The issuance matures on 14 October 2026.

The initial conversion price for the shares is set at CNY6.24 per share and the conversion period runs from 21 April 2021 to 14 October 2026.

The number of converted shares will be determined by dividing the face value of bonds against the effective conversion price

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Streak of record wholesale vehicle prices end, but values remain strong

CARY, N.C.  – 

During Wednesday’s quarterly Manheim Used Vehicle Value index call with the industry, Cox Automotive chief economist Jonathan Smoke began his opening comments with this update.

“On this call, we find the industry and used-vehicle values having performed very strongly in the last quarter, but September marked an important change,” Smoke said. 

For one, that change involved the end of a months-long string of used-car pricing records.

Though still up substantially year-over-year, the record streak in wholesale vehicle prices has stopped at three months, according to analysis around the latest index.

Wholesale prices last month were down 1.58% from August, the first sequential decline in four months, says parent company Cox Automotive.

The resulting Manheim index was still up 15.2% year-over-year at a lofty 161.2, but failed to reach the record levels set in August, July and June.

“After three consecutive months of record-setting price gains this spring

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