US known COVID cases at lowest level since May, but infections are rising again in New York

Known cases of COVID in the US continue to decline and are now at the lowest level since early May, although the numbers should be viewed with caution given the number of people testing at home, where the data is not being collected. The daily average for new cases stood at 68,312 Monday, according to … Read more

Why ‘quantitative tightening’ is the joker that can sink the stock market?

Quantitative Easing is credited with driving up stock market returns and boosting other speculative asset values ​​by flooding markets with liquidity as the Federal Reserve picked up trillions of dollars in bonds during both the 2008 financial crisis and the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. in particular. Investors and policymakers may be underestimating what happens when the … Read more

Why ‘quantitative tightening’ is the joker that can sink the stock market?

Quantitative Easing is credited with driving up stock market returns and boosting other speculative asset values ​​by flooding markets with liquidity as the Federal Reserve picked up trillions of dollars in bonds during both the 2008 financial crisis and the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. in particular. Investors and policymakers may be underestimating what happens when the … Read more

A key to long-term covid is that the virus lingers in the body, scientists say

Through Sumathi Reddy 8 Sept. 2022 12:01 PM ET Listen to article (2 minutes) The virus that causes Covid-19 can stay in some people’s bodies for a long time. A growing number of scientists believe the ongoing virus is a cause of long-term Covid. New research has found the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus … Read more

Bad news for equities: Fed will be surprised how harsh rate hikes hit the economy, says BlackRock

Federal Reserve policymakers are about to surprise themselves — and not in a good way when it comes to stocks and other assets considered risky, according to analysts at BlackRock Investment Institute. BlackRock has argued that investors are facing a ‘regime shift’ as the COVID-19 pandemic rocked an unusual period of mild volatility in output … Read more

Monkeypox cases show signs of decline in US and worldwide

The rate of new monkeypox cases may be slowing in hotspots, including New York City, health officials said, offering hope that an outbreak that has sickened more than 46,000 people worldwide is cooling. In the US, which has the highest number of known cases worldwide, factors such as emergency response and vaccines are helping to … Read more

Zoom struggles to convince consumers to pay, and stock is dwindling

Zoom Video Communications Inc. struggles to convince people to pay for its video conferencing service in the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, contributing to a cropped forecast and falling stock price Monday. Zoom ZM, -2.07% executives lowered their revenue and revenue forecasts for the fiscal year Monday afternoon, and Zoom Chief Financial Officer Kelly … Read more

Polio and monkeypox outbreak show ‘heightened focus’ on viruses

More than two years of COVID-19 and people think differently about viruses. The US this month declared monkeypox a public health emergency, and people at high risk of contracting the virus — especially men who have sex with men — are lining up on city streets to to be vaccinated. An outbreak of bird flu … Read more

South Korea’s Foreign Labor Crisis, Older Workers Back in Factories | Business news | WION – WION

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Inflation increases married couples’ money advantage over their single friends

It is financially better to be married than single, as has almost always been the case. But the money gap between young married couples and singles has widened, thanks to inflation and rising house prices. According to the most recent data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, the median wealth of married couples … Read more