Creeping Inflation

End of record Atlantic hurricane season 2021

The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season officially ended on Tuesday, making history as the first time two consecutive seasons have exhausted the list of England’s 21 storm names. The big picture: Above-average sea surface temperatures resulted in severe storms that left their mark on the Gulf Coast as well as the …

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Why junk bond yields aren’t so absurd

The European Central Bank is worried about bad credit – it thinks there is too much gossip. In his financial stability review, earlier this month, the bank wrote: “Signs of exuberance are increasingly visible in certain segments of the financial markets as real yields decline and the search for yield …

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A mixed Black Friday between hope and apprehension

Twenty-one months after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, a Black Friday filled with hope and apprehension for retailers was a mixed picture in Connecticut, with many malls filled with shoppers and others showing crowds smaller. Hundreds of people took to the Danbury Fair shopping center for its 7am opening, …

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Reaction to the release of oil reserves, will it lower gas prices?

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – The average U.S. gasoline price Tuesday was $ 3.40 per gallon. And President Joe Biden has announced that he will release up to 50 million barrels of oil from the United States Strategic Oil Reserve. “It will take time, but before long you should see the …

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“It’ll hurt the wallet:” Prices for live Christmas trees are over 30% higher due to inflation

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – If you’re already setting up your holiday decorations, you might see sticker shock. Simpson’s Produce in Charlotte already sells live Christmas trees. Co-owner Kevin Pressley says they started selling their first lots of trees earlier this week. Pressley says they are not exempt from current supply …

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Maine Democrat alone, once again, to oppose Bill Biden

Democratic Representative Jared Golden of Maine again opposes his party, voting against a sweeping social and environmental bill on Friday that President Joe Biden hailed as “another giant leap” for the country. After casting the only Democratic vote against the legislation, Golden lambasted the bill and said he would not …

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The temperamental exuberance of the markets flat like a pancake | Nasdaq

Markets closed regular trading flat on Monday, after a morning high that saw investors react to a stronger-than-expected Empire State inquiry, and eagerly awaiting the $ 1.2 trillion chant Bill on infrastructure enacted by President Biden, which is happening as of this writing. The Dow Jones and the Nasdaq were …

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10 Market Factors Advisors Should Consider for 2022 | Financial advisers

As financial advisers and clients begin to dive into vacation mode and 2022 creeps in, there are many factors impacting how markets work. Advisors should take this into account. RELATED CONTENT As experienced advisers know, many clients take advantage of their free time at the end of December to withdraw …

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Sticky small savings interest rates protect against financial instability

Inflation returns in conversations about Indian politics. In this context, two recent observations in RBI publications are relevant. The central bank pointed out that the growth of small savings deposits has consistently exceeded bank deposits since 2018. In addition, the GoI has left interest rates on small savings instruments (SSIs) …

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“Sometimes the danger is on your mind”

As you scroll TIC Tac, a firm and authoritative voice cradles you in an imaginative state of mind as a young Native American delivers you legendary tales of native culture. For the stories of People with moon eyes,Sam walking and Devil’s Tower, he creates an aura of security which is …

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