Markets need a strong labor market, and moderate inflation

CNBC’s Jim Cramer told investors Friday that stocks could see another strong week of trading, given the right economic conditions. “As we approach the end of the year, the holidays will become more and more of a focus. For now, the outlook is cloudy – many cross currents. But if the job market remains strong … Read more

China may have ‘passed the point of no return’ with soaring rates of Covid infection

Macquarie’s chief China economist, Larry Hu, said surging Covid infections across mainland China was making it difficult for the government to achieve zero Covid without returning to a harsh lockdown. In the past few days, the number of daily cases has risen to around 28,000 or more — close to levels seen in April during … Read more

Is the Western diet killing us slowly? Join us in conversation with Dr. Charles Platkin

“Obesity-related illnesses, heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancer – it’s really diet-related… and it has a huge impact. One in three adults [in the US] overweight, more than two in five adults are obese, and one in 11 adults are obese,This is likely to get worse before it gets better because … Read more

Investors evaluate the course of the interest rate

Manfred Knauf, CEO of Commerzbank, says that the bank is preparing not for a catastrophe, but for a mild recession Commerzbank CEO Manfred Knof said the bank had prepared for a “mild recession” and that it expected an increase in non-performing loans, but that it was “certainly not a disaster or a default problem”. “We’ve … Read more

United Internet AG: IONOS intends to continue robust growth and expand its market leadership position in online presence, productivity and growth in the cloud business

EQS-News: United Internet AG / Keyword(s): Capital Markets Day United Internet AG: IONOS intends to continue robust growth and expand its market leadership position in online presence, productivity and growth in the cloud business 15.11.2022 / 07:30 CET / Central Central EuropeanThe issuer is solely responsible for the content of this advertisement. Not for release, … Read more

China iPhone supply disruption weighs on Apple, temporary headwind

JPMorgan on Monday cut Apple’s iPhone shipment forecast (AAPL) amid uncertainty over when production at a major assembly plant in China will fully resume, and forecast lower revenue and profit in the current quarter. But even with expected supply disruptions, the club remains optimistic about Apple’s ability to make up for production shortfalls in light … Read more

The outbreak of the Covid virus worsens in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou

The city of Guangzhou in the southern Guangdong Province has been hardest hit by the latest Covid outbreak. Pictured here are closed stores in a part of the city on October 31, 2022. Vcg | China Optical Group | Getty Images BEIJING – COVID-19 infections are increasing in the capital of China’s export-heavy province, Guangdong, … Read more

Oil CEOs warn that next winter will be even worse

PCK Schwedt oil refinery in Schwedt, Germany, Monday, May 9, 2022. Christian Boxey | Bloomberg | Getty Images ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – Politicians and governments around the world are bracing for potential civil unrest as many countries struggle with rising energy costs and rising inflation. The global economy is facing an onslaught from … Read more

retired و? Here are 3 things you need to correct.

A lot of financial planning focuses on getting people to retire. Planning and investing during those golden years is even more important because pitfalls can be disastrous. Spending money in retirement is harder than accumulating it while working. Retirees don’t know how portfolios will function during retirement, how long they will hold the funds, or … Read more

Europe’s telecom industry pushes Big Tech to pay to build the Internet

Network cables are connected to the server room. Michael Buckery | Getty Images In Europe, the battle between major tech companies and US telecom companies has reached its climax. Telecom groups are pushing European regulators to consider implementing a framework where companies that send traffic along their networks are charged to help fund massive upgrades … Read more