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Economic Experts Expect the Global Economy to Worsen

Global stock markets are expected to continue hemorrhaging money as more heavy selling continues this summer while central banks around the world hike interest rates to try and combat spiraling inflation.

Dow Plunges 1,063 Points in Widespread Sell-Off Led by Tech Stocks

Stocks fell sharply in U.S. markets on Thursday morning, led by the technology and consumer discretionary sectors. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 1,100...

Wall Street Set for Worst Quarter Since Pandemic Crash of 2020

U.S. stocks edged lower on Thursday on worries about the raging conflict in Ukraine and the outlook for U.S. interest rate hikes, putting the main indexes on course for their worst quarter since the pandemic crash in 2020.

Why Cutting Russia off From Global Banking Will Bite the United States

The overuse of financial sanctions risks much of the world losing confidence in the dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

S&P 500 Closes Out Worst Month Since Start of Pandemic

The S&P 500 just ended its worst month since March 2020 as investors fret about coming interest rate hikes and uncertainty over the situation in Ukraine.

Understanding Why Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG) Scores Are Bad: ‘A Basic Primer’ by the Heartland Institute

What are ESG scores, and why are so many advocates of liberty deeply concerned about them?

Musk says his tax bill for 2021 was over $11 billion

Musk's payment could be the largest ever for the IRS, a report says

Biden Says Not Concerned About US Stock Market Plunge as He ‘Expected It’

US President Joe Biden said on Friday that he is not concerned about the plunge in the US stock market and he had expected it over concerns related to the new Omicron coronavirus variant."I expected it," Biden told reporters when asked if he is worried about the stock market plunge.

Stocks, Oil Drop on Concerns Over New Covid-19 Variant

Treasury yields slide as investors shed riskier assets and pile into havens.

Dow Jones Drops 900 Points on Opening Bell as New COVID-19 Variant Roils Markets

The Dow Jones fell over 900 points just after opening bell on Nov. 26, with other major Wall Street stock indexes—and risk assets more generally—also seeing sell-offs as news of a new COVID-19 variant spreading in South Africa seems to have sparked a broader risk-off sentiment among investors.

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