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|Platinum •15 mins||1,042.00||-21.80||-2.05%|
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|Gasoline •11 mins||2.516||-0.001||-0.02%|
|Ethanol •11 hours||2.207||+0.000||+0.00%|
|Silver •15 mins||24.12||-0.48||-1.94%|
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|Copper • 15 mins||4.515||-0.013||-0.29%|
|Brent Crude • 10 mins||85.96||-0.03||-0.03%|
|Natural Gas • 10 mins||5.618||-0.280||-4.75%|
|Heating Oil • 10 mins||2.564||-0.001||-0.05%|
Goldman Sachs shares the Fed’s view that inflation and price pressures are largely transitory and should subside in the coming months.
Wealthy Americans are now funding their lavish lifestyles while minimizing their tax bills by taking out low-interest loans backed by their investments at record rates
"For decades, the US has participated in a self-defeating international tax competition, lowering our corporate tax rates only to watch other nations lower theirs in response"
On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve unveiled plans to begin selling its corporate debt in the Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility ("SMCCF")
Wells Fargo has done it again.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recently described “a shocking imbalance in the global distribution of vaccines”.
Global stock markets moved higher across the board following positive US jobs data, with Wall Street stocks hitting new records.
According to CarGurus, values have gone up 30% on average compared to the last year, and 17% just since January this year.
Wall Street stocks have mostly shrugged off news of inflation hitting 13 year highs, with investors remaining fairly bullish across the board
On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve unveiled plans to begin selling its corporate debt in the Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility