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Opportunity Zones Market Trends And COVID-19 (from Forbes)

The way we go about our daily lives has changed in unprecedented ways in the 28 months since the opportunity zones (OZs) incentive was passed by Congress and signed into law. The country has gone from the highs of a record-breaking stock market and booming GDP figures, to a situation where over 30 million Americans have applied for unemployment benefits, with the U.S. expected to account for 31% of the largest global output retraction in almost a century. Cities, counties and states mobilized as early as March to offer emergency relief funds to struggling small businesses. These efforts were followed by the largest federal relief program in history: a $2.2 trillion stimulus package, supplemented by another $484 billion relief package. Continue Reading...


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