Creeping Inflation

Walmart and Target join White House to reduce port congestion

White House task force formed over summer to ease supply chain constraints announcement several initiatives on Wednesday that would keep key West Coast ports open longer to encourage blue-chip retailers, including Walmart, Target and Home Depot, to ship more products through these points of entry. The Supply Chain Disruption Task …

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Democrats go down, go down, go down

ANALYSIS / OPINION: Democrats and their party-aligned elites and globalists have a tight timeline to take over the world, cripple the Constitution, capsize capitalism, seize individual freedoms, force vaccines into the arms of Americans who don’t want vaccines, and sell that particular brand of socialism-slash-communism-slash-governance-by-surveillance that belongs better to the …

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AUD / USD struggling against the strength of the US dollar

Data on employment in Australia were observed as well as minutes from the FOMC. Inflation remains a concern supporting rising yields and the US dollar. AUD / USD finished flat on Friday but had traveled within a range of 0.7288 to 0.7338 in markets more concerned about lingering inflation risks. …

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Coronavirus Weekly Review: Russia Seeks To Calm Gas Crisis As US Extends Debt Ceiling To Avoid Default

This week, Russian President Vladimir Putin intervened to calm the escalating energy crisis by pledging to increase the amount of gas Russia will send to Ukraine via Europe. Elsewhere, the Conservative Party conference saw Boris Johnson outlining his vision for the transition to a “high-wage, high-skill, high-productivity” economy, while Rishi …

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TSLA stock outperforms the market and its fellow tech giants

Ain’t life in the fast lane these days for You’re here (NASDAQ:TSLA). Nor is it a rescue offer for the truck. But as we’ll see, the improvements off and on the price chart make TSLA stock worth the parking capital today. Source: Ivan Marc / Shutterstock.com Apparently distant nervousness linked …

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Supply chain issues will affect GE’s profits. Investors shouldn’t worry.

Text size GE shares have been stable over the past month. AFP via Getty Images Right now, 2021 is shaping up to be the year of shortages. Labor is hard to find, shipping costs are rising, and industrial manufacturers are scrambling to find parts. Persistent supply chain issues will impact …

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How long will COVID-fueled inflation last?

Everyone is talking about inflation these days. Rising prices affect people from all walks of life, all over the world. In the United States, buying a used car now costs on average 45 percent more than in January. Europeans are bracing for a harsh winter with soaring natural gas prices …

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Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C), Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. (NYSE: CLF) – Barron’s latest picks and pans include airlines, energy, steel, and more.

This weekend’s Barron cover story explores the extent of the impact bottlenecks and supply chain shortages have on holiday sales. Other featured articles explain how to play the global energy crisis and which dividend-paying stocks offer some protection against inflation. Also see the prospects for a sloppy EV game, a …

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3 unstoppable growth stocks that will survive economic turmoil

Macroeconomic trends have rocked Wall Street in recent weeks, with investors concerned about the debt ceiling and talking about rising interest rates. These are legitimate concerns that should not be dismissed. If things don’t play out in the script, entire swathes of the economy, including high values ​​like tech stocks, …

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Wall Street opens fourth quarter with gains

US stock indexes rose late Friday to end an eventful week that saw the third quarter end on a bitter note. Traders began the first session of the month and the fourth quarter happy with the news of a possible treatment for Covid-19, although the drama in Washington over raising …

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