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Low-Income Americans Are Being Targeted By Food Businesses Like Kraft-Heinz And Coke; Here’s How

Food manufacturers like Kraft-Heinz and Conagra Brands have redesigned their products and methods in response to years of price increases as Americans who depend on government assistance for food and other necessities are cutting back on their spending.   Sales volumes of many of the largest...

More Money Was Lost On Chinese And Hong Kong Stocks Since 2021 Than India's Market Capitalization

Since 2021, stocks in China and Hong Kong have sold off a whopping $4.8 trillion in market capitalization, which, according to HSBC, which exceeds the value of the stock market in India.   The National Stock Exchange of India has only increased during this same period, therefore the...

Morgan Stanley Says The Global Gas Surplus May Hit Highs Not Seen In Decades In The Upcoming Years

Following a warmer-than-expected winter, natural gas supplies are exceeding supplied, which has caused prices to plummet globally.   Liquefied natural gas had a recent boom in prices and earnings, which sparked a surge of investment in the industry. There is currently a "record wave of...

US Inflation Is Declining, And The Economy Is Supported By Consumer Spending

With the cost of goods and services other than housing and energy declining sharply in February, U.S. prices softened and the Federal Reserve's June interest rate decrease remained on the table.   The strength of the economy was highlighted by the Commerce Department's report on Friday,...

US Could Soon Release A List Of Chinese Chip Manufacturers Prohibited From Obtaining Technology

The US is compiling a list of sophisticated Chinese chip manufacturing facilities that are prohibited from obtaining critical supplies, according to reports quoting information from sources. This list is intended to assist businesses in limiting the transfer of technology to China.  ...

Over 20% Of The Worldwide Oil Refining Capacity Is At Risk, Shows A Research

More than a fifth of global oil refining capacity is at risk of shutdown, according to an estimate published on Thursday by energy firm Wood Mackenzie, as petrol margins fall and demand to limit carbon emissions grows.   Of the 465 refining assets examined, the consultant identified around...

US Farms Are Embarking On A Swift Drive Into Artificial Intelligence. It Might Help Feed The Planet

American farmers are rapidly using artificial intelligence. The technology is as advanced as it is necessary.   A farmer stands in a lovely green field in the American Midwest, pointing his smartphone at one of his soybean plants. He takes a photo of a pest crawling on a leaf and then...

Fast-Food Chains Observe A Decline In Orders From Low-Income Clients

People are becoming cautious as they go down the economic scale as a result of the out-of-control costs at American fast-food restaurants and eateries, and executives at Wendy's and McDonald's have expressed concern about losing business to those with the lowest incomes.   According to a...

The First-Ever Worldwide Carbon Fee Is Getting Closer To Becoming A Reality

Following two weeks of discussions at the UN shipping agency in London, most nations came out in favour of the world's first-ever global carbon levy on Friday.   The most recent round of talks by the International Maritime Organisation focused on how to proceed with regulating the shipping...

Plans For Electric Vehicles By Indian Auto Companies

India announced on Friday that it would reduce import duties on a select range of electric vehicles made by automakers who pledge to invest a minimum of $500 million and initiate local production within a three-year timeframe.   Due to a global slowdown in EV growth, the regulation will make...

Tesla And Its Competitors Receive Bad Grades For Their Automated Driving Systems

The U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave Tesla's Autopilot and Full Self Driving technology, along with nine other assisted-driving systems used by big manufacturers, "poor" grades in a new report that was issued on Tuesday.   Based on crash data, the IIHS, the insurance...

The Crises Involving Byju's And PayTm Deal A Serious Blow To India's Once-Thriving Tech Industry

This year, the burgeoning Indian tech industry has been dealt a serious blow when startup darlings Byju's and a former Paytm affiliate went bankrupt under regulatory investigation.   “There’s been a bit of a reality check for the last couple of years in terms of how to keep corporate...
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