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While the U.S. Virgin Islands’ bonds are still rated in junk status, there are some significant signs of improvement and glimmers of hope for economic recovery in the territory. The price of some of the Territory’s bonds has more than doubled since the end of 2017, thanks in large part to a boom in construction during the post-hurricane rebuild and the reopening of the St. Croix oil refinery. Now, economic experts in the Territory feel good about the growth in the local economy believe there is a positive future for the territory’s bond ratings.

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A major cyberattack recently hit about 200,000 computers across more than 150 countries, with an especially considerable effect on individuals with older computers and operating systems, as well as large organizations and universities.

The attack was performed via malware that has since become known as “WannaCry,” which was created and published by a

An implied contract exists when two or more parties do not have a written contract in place, but there is a legal obligation based on the circumstances to uphold fairness for each party. While it’s typically a good idea to get any important contracts in writing, there are situations in which implied contracts are legally