Stocks rise after Wall Street bounce

SINGAPORE – Asia Pacific shares traded higher on Thursday after a rally on Wall Street and as investors moved on by tensions over US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s controversial visit to Taiwan. Hong Kong Hang Seng Index It jumped 2%, and Hang Seng Tech was up 3.16%. shares Ali Baba It jumped about 5% before … Read more

S&P 500 rebounded and settled as investors weighed China tensions, fresh earnings boost

Defense contractors grab bid as Pelosi’s Taiwan visit looms As expected, leading defense contractors got a bid early Tuesday – bucking the softer stock market elsewhere – as the headlines that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will soon land in Taipei added to geopolitical tensions between the US and the People’s Republic of China. . Lockheed … Read more

66% are concerned that a recession is approaching. What matters most to each generation?

A customer shops at a Kroger grocery store on July 15, 2022 in Houston. Brandon Bell | Getty Images While experts debate whether the United States is on the brink of economic downturn, many Americans are already preparing for a recession. To this point, 66% of Americans worry that a recession is approaching, up from … Read more

US government says ships should slow down to save endangered whales Wildlife News

Ships off the east coast of the United States must slow down more often to help save Vanishing whale species of extinction, the federal government said. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) made the announcement Friday with proposed new rules designed to prevent ship collisions with right-wing whales in the North Atlantic. Ship strikes … Read more

ODOC makes the largest seizure of contraband in the department’s history

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections conducted the largest seizure of contraband in its history after raiding a warehouse filled with drugs, cell phones and drones. The director spoke to News On 6 about the ongoing battle to keep smuggled goods out of state prisons. “Identifying, you know, suspicious behavior. It also includes monitoring our phone … Read more

Stock exchanges face their worst nightmare as EU ticker bar gets support – Politico

Across Europe, stock exchanges’ biggest fears may come true as an ambitious strip-tape scheme gains momentum in Brussels. Stock markets are resisting calls for a “single bar” that would create a price feed for stock trades across the EU’s disparate trading venues. They fear that the tape could eat up profitable returns from trading data … Read more

A CNBC survey showed that most investors and economists see higher Fed rates causing a recession within one year

The Federal Reserve’s efforts to cool inflation by raising rates are likely to lead to a recession, according to survey respondents. CNBC Fed Survey. Although some continue to hold out hope for a soft landing, the majority believe the economy will start to contract later this year. Asked if the Fed’s efforts to bring inflation … Read more

The United States has no plan to prevent the next epidemic

This is an edition of The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter that walks you through the biggest stories of the day, helps you discover new ideas, and recommends the best in culture. Subscribe here. Our organizations are ready to repeat the mistakes of COVID-19. But first, here are three new stories from Atlantic Ocean. ominous fate … Read more

Could genetics be the key to never contracting the coronavirus?

Last Christmas, while the Omicron variant was bouncing across the United States, Mary Carrington inadvertently found herself at a superspreader event – an indoor party, packed with more than 20 people, at least one of whom ended up transmitting the virus to most of the congregation. Guests. After two years of avoiding coronavirus, Carrington felt … Read more