U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday, with most sectors rising. The energy sector performed the best as oil services rallied, but consumer staples trailed the market.
Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently honored Intentions Spa as its October Business of the Month for all of the ways it gives back to the community.
U.S. stocks were mostly lower Friday in a choppy trading session, headlined by news that President Trump has contracted COVID-19. Democratic challenger Joe Biden and Vice President Mike Pence have tested negative for the virus.
U.S. stocks were lower Tuesday, giving back some of Monday’s gains. The energy sector was the biggest decliner, while the communications sector was the only one to finish in positive territory.
U.S. equities ended the day higher but were still down from last week. This marks the fourth straight weekly drop for the S&P 500 and the longest streak of declines since August 2019.
The Poncha Springs Board of Trustees will consider participation in creation of the Chaffee County Multi-Jurisdictional Housing Authority at its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Outbuildings come in many shapes, sizes and degree of utility, from simple storage sheds through highly specialized barns and workshops, to guest cottages and “mother-in-law” quarters. The question is, how much do outbuildings add value and appeal to a property?
U.S. equities ended higher, with the consumer discretionary sector leading the rebound from yesterday. Energy, financials and health care remained in decline, with energy the worst performer.
Demand for gasoline in the United States has dropped to 8.3 million barrels per day, its lowest level since June, according to a AAA analysis of an Energy Information Administration report.
Chaffee County Community Foundation will pause its acceptance of individual renewal applications for COVID-19 assistance Wednesday as it seeks to bolster the Emergency Response Fund with additional donations.
People will be able to view a tiny house, a bed and breakfast and two renewable energy providers at the second annual Chaffee Green Home Tour this weekend.
Buena Vista trustees approved cuts to the town’s budget in April that were based on an anticipated 21.5 percent drop in revenues due to statewide COVID-19 restrictions.