Consumers are more optimistic about the US economy

CNN – Consumer confidence rose for the second consecutive month in September, as such Moderate gas prices and hope for easing inflationary pressures It helped raise the collective mood of the nation. The Conference Board reported Tuesday that its baseline index rose to 108 from a revised 103.6 in August, its highest level since April. … Read more

The British pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar

The drop came as trading opened in Asia and Australia on Monday, extending its 2.6% decline from Friday – and spurring expectations that the pound could fall to parity with the US dollar in the coming months. The Unprecedented decline in currency rates Following UK Treasury Secretary Kwasi Quarting’s announcement on Friday that the UK … Read more

Victorious Week in Saudi Arabia Reclaims the Embrace of the West

New York (AFP) – It seems that Saudi Arabia is leaving behind a torrent of negative coverage about the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. It has been snatched away since 2018. The kingdom is once again enthusiastically welcomed back into the polite and powerful community, and the pursuit of Saudi investments is no longer frowned upon. … Read more

The Fed’s fight against inflation could cost 1.2 million US jobs

Minneapolis CNN Business – In its efforts to lower historical inflation and cool the economy, the Federal Reserve has used Multiple euphemisms To describe the potential impact on Americans’ jobs, from Economical ‘pain’ To the “unfortunate costs” and Softening the labor market. However, the data does not taint the words. The Federal Reserve’s latest economic … Read more

How political candidates target you on social media based on your music tastes, shopping habits and favorite TV shows

CNN – Marco Rubio hopes to sway voters interested in Chick-fil-A, Ram Trucks and Duck Dynasty. John Fetterman is looking for fans of microbreweries, Teslas and Dave Matthews Band. And Michael Bennett wants to reach people who love Taylor Swift and Lizzo — while shunning Jason Aldean’s loyal listeners. Candidates in some of the most … Read more

‘Avatar’ returns to theaters with Disney starring in James Cameron’s long-delayed sequel

symbol picture Source: Walt Disney Studios Na’vi returns to the big screen this weekend as Disney It’s looking to reignite interest in the newly acquired Avatar franchise, three months before the debut of the much-anticipated sequel, “Avatar: The Way of Water.” Bringing the highest-grossing movie ever to theaters has two purposes for Disney: to stir … Read more

White House hosts local officials, touts impact of policies | Health, medicine and fitness

By Josh Bock – The Associated Press Washington (AFP) – The White House is making a new effort to show local governments what it can do for their communities, and is hosting North Carolina officials to highlight funding opportunities and hear firsthand how to do it. Relief from Corona VirusAnd the Infrastructure dollars Other policies … Read more

China lost the Yangtze River dolphin. Climate change is coming for other species then

CNN – They called it the “Goddess of the Yangtze River” – a creature so rare that it is believed that it brings wealth and protection to local fishermen and all those lucky enough to discover it. But poaching and human activity It led him to the brink of extinction he hadn’t seen in decades. … Read more

Single-use plastic is wreaking havoc on the planet. Here’s what you can do to reduce your impact | trade

The life cycle of plastic begins underground, as oil and gas are extracted from the depths of the planet’s surface. This fossil fuel is then refined in facilities, using extreme temperatures and a large amount of water and energy, where it is made into pellets that are eventually melted and shaped into things like water … Read more

Opinion: The only political issue Charles should keep talking about

Editor’s note: Joseph Rohm, Acting Assistant Secretary of Energy for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy during the Clinton Administration, has written eight books on climate and clean technology, most recently “Climate change: what everyone needs to know.He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The opinions expressed in this comment are … Read more