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GeoFront Capital is a leading market research and technology firm providing timely actionable global economic analysis. Our research is comprehensive, detailed, and thoroughly reviewed. We’ve applied this intelligence and technology to managing our portfolio of funds and the investors we partner with.
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GeoFront Capital has developed a series of unique data sets focused on the tertiary economic indicators. Our expertise in economic data unparalleled, we can help organizations with unique data needs and deliver actionable intelligence.
Stamps.com will no longer use the Postal Service to deliver stamps to customers—a strategic shift the company said it made because Amazon.com is disrupting the shipping business.Feb21
Kraft Heinz stock was plunging more than 25%, on the heels of a drama-filled fourth-quarter earnings report.Feb20
Concerns about the global economy continued to mount, dragging on U.S. stocks.