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US Stocks Sink to Lowest in a Year

US stocks plummeted on Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 700 points below 30,000 for the first time in more than a year.

U.S. Sending Ukraine Another $1.2 Billion Amid Domestic Economic Downturn

Joe Biden says he "informed President Zelenskyy that the United States is providing another $1 billion in security assistance for Ukraine."

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Responds to Cardi B’s Recession TWEET, Noting That She Does Not Believe There Will Be a Recession

Music superstar Cardi B issued a tweet Sunday on the topic of a recession, but Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen responded on Thursday by noting that she does not expect there to be a recession.

Dow Jones Industrial Average on Longest Losing Streak Since 1932

After a promising start to morning trading, the major stock indexes turned sharply negative Friday with the S&P 500 tumbling into bear market territory and the Dow Jones Industrial Average setting up for the longest streak of weekly losses since the Great Depression.

PR Giant Tells Corporate Clients to Stay Silent on Abortion, ‘No-Win’ Situation

A massive PR firm that represents high-profile corporations like Coca-Cola, AT&T, and Starbucks is privately advising its clients to remain silent on abortion rights, according to an internal email obtained by Popular Information.

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.

Oil Prices Surge Above $100 a Barrel as War on Ukraine Rages

Oil prices soared and investors shifted more money into ultra-safe U.S. government bonds as Russia stepped up its war on Ukraine. The price of oil surged back above $100 a barrel after Russia, a major energy producer, faced further isolation and economic damage because of its invasion of Ukraine.

Climate Change Activists Press U.S. Oil Producers to Reduce Drilling as Demand Surges

Despite the pressure from climate change activists in the federal government and the private sector to cut back on drilling for oil, the price for fossil fuels is the highest since 2014.

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.

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