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(Bloomberg) -- The cost of shipping goods from China has slumped to the lowest level in more than two years as the world economy stumbles, dimming prospects for container carriers that turned in record profits during the pandemic.Most Read from BloombergJohn Paulson on Frothy US Housing Market: This Time Is DifferentUK Market Selloff Slams Gilts, Pound, Piling Pressure on BOEWall Street Banks Prep for Grim China Scenarios Over TaiwanBank of England Says Paper Banknotes Only Good for One More Wee
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Certain retirement purchases, like big houses and expensive boats, are often regretted by retirees. However, there are other purchases that act more as investments. Retirement at Any Age: Get Top...
The average American is saving less for retirement than you might think. A recent GOBankingRates survey found that 38% of Americans think they will need less than $500,000 to retire -- a far cry from...
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California's FAST Act, designed to improve working conditions and pay rates for fast food workers, will cost jobs and hurt restaurant owners
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FedEx pilots protest a lack of a new pilot contract with the peak shipping season is just weeks away.
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Getty Images The term "quiet quitting" has gone viral recently, particularly on TikTok. Not only is it a catchy phrase, but it also taps into many people's pent-up frustration with work. A recent Gallup poll showed that as much as half the American workforce is quiet quitting.
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Planning for retirement can seem confusing and complicated, so it's not surprising that two-thirds of retirees say they have regrets about how they prepared for it, according to a Clever Real Estate survey. More worrisome is the fact that many of today's workers continue to do the same things the retirees wish they hadn't. Nearly half of all retirees surveyed said they regretted waiting so long to begin saving for retirement.
Google's head of public policy for India has resigned just five months after taking the job, two sources told Reuters, at a potentially critical time for the U.S. tech giant as it awaits the outcome of at least two antitrust cases in the country. The reasons for Archana Gulati's resignation were not immediately clear. Gulati, who previously worked at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's federal think-tank, declined to comment.
Farmers in the United States are urging their government to challenge a looming Mexican ban on genetically modified (GM) corn under a regional free trade agreement, warning of billions of dollars of economic damage to both countries. A late 2020 decree by Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador would phase out GM corn and the herbicide glyphosate by 2024. Supporters of the ban say GM seeds can contaminate Mexico's age-old native varieties, and point to research showing adverse effects of glyphosate.
It's not an uncommon occurrence for someone to retire and then realize they don't have enough money set aside in savings. While careful retirement planning should be able to mitigate this risk,...
American motorists have seen some worrying signs in recent days in the form of rising gasoline prices following more than three months of falling prices at the pump. The good news, however, is that...
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The overall job market may be softening, but employers of truck drivers, fast-food cooks and solar roof installers can't hire fast enough.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is proposing regulations to prevent meat companies from retaliating against livestock and poultry farmers who speak out on practices such as price-fixing, the agency said on Monday. The USDA also said it would work with state attorneys general to investigate anticompetitive practices in the agricultural sector that contribute to inflation. The White House intends to tout the plans on Monday at a third meeting of President Joe Biden's competition council, which was created in 2021.
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Energy in the next few years is biased “towards higher prices," says one oil analyst.
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Return of prodigal McDonald’s, Moscow Stock Exchange falls, businessman Zhevago loses Poltava mining plant
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California finds itself on edge more than ever with a lingering fear: the threat of rolling blackouts for years to come. Despite adding new power plants, building huge battery storage systems and restarting some shuttered fossil fuel generators over the past couple of years, California relies heavily on energy from other states — the cavalry rushing over a distant hill. Sometimes the support does not show up when expected or at all. That was the case this month, when millions of residents got ce
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Tehran's exports have fallen to 775,000 barrels a day from a peak of 1 million, sources told Bloomberg.