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U.S. stocks edged lower Thursday after a dramatic two-day rally that kicked off the quarter sputtered.
The Warriors’ Premiership future had been left in doubt after the club was partially liquidated on Wednesday.
The latest government study on teen vaping suggests there's been little progress in keeping e-cigarettes out of the hands of kids. The data seems to show more high school students vaping, with 14% saying they had done so recently, according to survey results released Thursday. “It continues to be difficult to assess (vaping) trends since the pandemic,” said Alyssa Harlow, a University of Southern California researcher who studies youth e-cigarette use.
NEW YORK, October 06, 2022--CAIS, the leading alternative investment platform, today announced four new additions to the CAIS Advisory Council ("CAC"), which is comprised of industry leaders representing the RIA, independent broker dealer, and custodian communities.
Shares of Richardson Electronics (NASDAQ: RELL) were up 22% as of 12:11 p.m. ET on Thursday after reporting better-than-expected earnings results. The company also saw an uptick in gross margin, which more than doubled earnings per share over the year-ago quarter. Richardson sells engineered replacement parts, tubes, and other components across healthcare, aviation, military, marine, industrial, and alternative energy.
The Bank of England feared forced sales of government bonds would have risked a fresh financial crisis.
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Letter: Former Conservative minister Norman Fowler disagrees with one current cabinet member’s description of her administration as ‘true cabinet government’
Caribbean nations will unite to seek "loss and damage" compensation for the impact of climate change at the upcoming COP27 climate talks in Egypt, according to a report summarizing conclusions of a recent regional summit. Small island nations, which are among the most affected by rising temperatures, are pushing developed countries to create a "loss and damage" funding facility to pay for consequences of climate change that go beyond what people can adapt to. "The Caribbean (should) push, as its top priority, agreements on the establishment of a loss and damage facility/loss and damage response fund at COP27, and a commitment to further operationalize a facility/fund in 2023," reads the report dated Sept. 8.
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U.S. inflation remains "stubbornly and unacceptably high," requiring continued interest rate increases to be sure it begins falling, Fed governor Lisa Cook said in her first public remarks on monetary policy since joining the central bank's Washington-based board. "Inflation remains stubbornly and unacceptably high, and data over the past few months show that inflationary pressures remain broad based," Cook said, concluding that recent improvements in job vacancies, rent and some other data were not enough to conclude the Fed had rounded the corner in its fight against rising prices. "There are reasons to expect core goods inflation to slow in coming months," and for supply chains to continue improving, she said in remarks prepared for delivery at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
The worldwide travel facilitator has been thriving as consumers unleash pent-up demand for travel. However, this risk could thwart Airbnb's (NASDAQ: ABNB) excellent progress. This video will detail that risk.
Wall Street's main indexes fell on Thursday on concerns about persistent inflation and the Federal Reserve's aggressive rate-hike cycle, while shares of Tesla slipped on worries over funding for Elon Musk's proposed buyout of Twitter. Before dropping, markets briefly took comfort from data which showed an increase in weekly jobless claims as it raised hopes of the Fed likely to go easy with its rapid rate hikes.
Liz Truss’s chief economic adviser recommended freezing grants to the Scottish government to save money.
"I think the way that the Marvel films have developed and what they are is really spectacular and it would be great to be a part of that.”
Prince Harry and Sir Elton John are among a group of celebrities suing the publisher of the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and Mail Online. The action claims they have "compelling and highly distressing evidence" they have been "victims of abhorrent criminal activity" and "gross breaches of privacy by Associated Newspapers". Also in the group is Baroness Doreen Lawrence, David Furnish, Elizabeth Hurley and Sadie Frost, said a statement from law firm Hamlins.
Michigan State coach Mel Tucker is well aware of the pain that Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud can inflict on his struggling Spartans. “They have arguably the best quarterback in the country,” Tucker said of the No. 3 Buckeyes (5-0, 2-0 Big Ten), who will play their first road game of the season Saturday at Michigan State (2-3, 0-2). “He’s a very accurate passer and he’s really smart, and he’s tough," Tucker said.
Most of the victims were children in a killing rampage Thursday that began at a child care center in northeastern Thailand, authorities said.
Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall were married from 2009 to 2016 and co-hosted the show Flip or Flop for 10 seasons
The Czech Finance Ministry proposed on Thursday to slap a 60% tax on excess profits for 2023-2025 in the energy sector and for large banks, minister Zbynek Stanjura said. Stanjura told a news conference the tax would raise about 85 billion crowns ($3.41 billion) next year alone and apply to electricity and gas production, distribution and trading, as well as fossil fuel mining, oil processing, and wholesale fuels trading. The proposal, which requires parliamentary approval, foresaw revenue of 50 billion crowns next year from the energy sector and 33 billion crowns from banks.