UK Inflation Rises Due To Increase Of Food And Wine Prices

UK Inflation Rises Due To Increase Of Food And Wine Prices

While food and alcohol prices rose and helped push inflation higher in February, there was a slower rise in retail prices According to the Consumer Prices Index (CPI), the rate of prices changes rose to 1.9% in February, from 1.8%...
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Tesla Continues To Cut Off Personnel While Moving To Online Stores

Tesla Continues To Cut Off Personnel While Moving To Online Stores

Elon Musk announced last week that all Tesla sales will be moved online, thus laying off personnel of retail stores Tesla announced last week that is closing many of its 378 retail stores and will move to an online-only sales...
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Venezuela Is Facing A Crisis – Who Will Buy Its Oil Now?

Venezuela Is Facing A Crisis – Who Will Buy Its Oil Now?

Venezuela is having a hard time selling heavy crude oil due to sanctions from the US Oil controls the country’s economy in Venezuela, but over the past decade, oil production has collapsed and the country’s in deep economic crisis. The...
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Walmart Wants A Big Advertising Business Just Like Amazon’s

Walmart Wants A Big Advertising Business Just Like Amazon’s

Walmart wants to start collecting customer data just like Amazon in order to appeal to big advertisers Walmart has 4,755 stores, 1.5 million employees and $380 billion in revenue in the US alone, and about 300 million shoppers in their...
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Italy Falls Back Into Recession

Italy Falls Back Into Recession

Last week figures showed that Italy slipped back into recession, it’s economy contracting for the second consecutive quarter at the end of last year Italy’s economy used to be the third largest one in the Eurozone but its gross domestic...
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Job Openings In the US Exceeds the Number of Unemployed People

Job Openings In the US Exceeds the Number of Unemployed People

The new job growth in America is dominated by high skill and low skill jobs, seeing a disappearance of mid-level jobs Analysts and the central bankers at the Federal Reserve are worried that the US economy is now mainly dominated...
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China is said to slash taxes, keep currency stable and maintain policy flexible to offset slowdown

China is said to slash taxes, keep currency stable and maintain policy flexible to offset slowdown

China plans to lower taxes, step up spending and provide ample financing to private and small enterprise in order to help partially neutralize the country’s worst slowdown since the global financial crisis The People’s Bank of China is confident it...
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