3 things to see in the capital this week

Geopolitical concerns remain in focus as the World Economic Forum meets Davos, Switzerland This week as stocks look to rebound from On the brink of a bear market. That doesn’t mean domestic issues aren’t abounding either, with the midterm primaries heating up, gas prices hitting record levels, and the Biden administration hoping for new measures … Read more

Tariff controversy exposes Biden’s difficulties in Chinese trade

Washington – President BidenMonday’s decision to try to accommodate the Asian partners of Formation of an economic bloc Anti-China comes at a moment of frustration with his administration’s economic approach to Beijing, with some White House advisers pushing the president to turn away from Trump-era policies he has criticized, and others arguing that Biden risks … Read more

Davos: The International Monetary Fund warns that the global economy faces the “biggest test” since World War II

as the first World Economic Forum The International Monetary Fund, scheduled in person since 2020 and which opened in Davos, Switzerland, on Monday, said the economy faces “perhaps its biggest test since World War Two”. “We are facing a potential confluence of disasters,” IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said in a statement. It warned that … Read more

Must-Know Catalyst Updates for Spring 2022

The coronavirus pandemic has brought unprecedented incentives to American companies and workers worth trillions of dollars. The stimulus payments came in waves, and as the pandemic dragged on, it looked as if the government would keep printing money forever to save Economie. But even with continued restrictions on mask use and travel restrictions, the US … Read more

Americans focus more on saving as costs rise

Chicago (News NationAmericans’ lives have radically changed in response to rampant inflation, according to a new newspaper The NewsNation/Decision Desk HQ survey was published on Monday. Across the country, consumers are cutting back on dining and entertainment but also on essentials including groceries and petrol. Nearly half of those surveyed said they are worse off … Read more

Tencent chief makes a fuss with republished article on China’s economy

Tencent Chairman and CEO Pony Ma Huateng attends the WAIC (World Artificial Intelligence Conference) in Shanghai, China, September 17, 2018. REUTERS/Aly Song Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Bonnie Ma, founder of tech giant Tencent Holdings, caused a stir on social media over the weekend by republishing an … Read more

Biden considers tapping into emergency diesel reserves as prices near record high

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts discusses inflation and energy prices. The The Biden administration is getting ready To cash in on rare-use diesel reserves as the president faces mounting pressure to cut fuel prices, which are hovering near a record high, a senior White House official told FOX Business. White House officials prepared an emergency proclamation … Read more

Davos Updates | Emir of Qatar calls out to the West about the lives you value

DAVOS, Switzerland (AFP) – The ruler of Qatar has called for double standards in the West, recalling the killing of a Palestinian-American journalist during an Israeli raid this month. “We should not accept a world where governments have double standards on the value of people based on their region, race or religion,” Sheikh Tamim bin … Read more

Wall Street takes a breather, but a bear market looms

Placeholder while loading article actions Wall Street was poised for some respite on Monday, with major US indexes rising in morning trading after last week’s spectacular volatility. But the global and economic currents that have been causing turmoil in the markets for weeks are showing no signs of abating. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped … Read more