Bill Gates has big news about a terrible disease

Bill Gates has big news about a terrible disease

Bill Gates rarely gives up in a fight. The billionaire philanthropist looked frustrated last summer after what he called “setbacks”. “Several huge global setbacks over the past few years have left many people discouraged and wondering if the world is destined to get worse,” the software giant Microsoft co-founder lamented on Twitter on July 13. … Read more

The Las Vegas Strip Brings Another Rock Legend

The Las Vegas Strip Brings Another Rock Legend

Las Vegas has had a reputation for hosting the world’s top performers for nearly 80 years, when pianist Liberace began residencies in Sin City in the 1940s. Liberace continued his residencies for over 40 years, ending with his final Las Vegas performance in August 1986 at Caesars Palace on the Strip, six months before his … Read more

Elon Musk sends a scathing message to Tesla investors

Elon Musk sends a scathing message to Tesla investors

Elon Musk is not a CEO like the others. from Tesla (TSLA) the boss is atypical. He refuses to obey the rules often imposed on the managers of public companies. The billionaire did not hesitate to relaunch the showdown with the American Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) despite an agreement reached in 2018 with the … Read more

Credit Suisse is in big trouble

Credit Suisse is in big trouble

Credit Suisse (CSGKF) pull? Speculation about the future of the Swiss banking giant has been going well for several months on the markets, in economic and political circles, as well as on social networks. The second Swiss bank and one of the largest banks in the world is in great difficulty and is currently fighting … Read more

Carnival Cruise Line has a problem that’s great for passengers

Carnival Cruise Line has a problem that’s great for passengers

After the pandemic devastated the cruise industry, many questions remained about how long it would take major cruise lines to return to normal. The answer is sort of split as Royal Caribbean International (RLC) and Carnival Cruise Line (CCA) started their fleets very quickly from ports in the United States. These vessels began returning to … Read more

Stocks and bonds are ‘discounted for disaster’ after worst period for investors in 20 years

Stocks and bonds are ‘discounted for disaster’ after worst period for investors in 20 years

Things could always get worse. The S&P 500 SPX index, -1.51% Friday cemented its worst monthly percentage decline since the March 2020 pandemic lockdowns, but also joined the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -1.71% and the Nasdaq COMP composite index, -1.51% booking the worst 9-month period since 2002, according to Dow Jones Market Data. “The … Read more

‘Painfully Slow Capitulation’: Why Investors Keep Getting Inflation Wrong

‘Painfully Slow Capitulation’: Why Investors Keep Getting Inflation Wrong

A brutal third quarter in financial markets ended on Friday and one thing is crystal clear: inflation is the most important factor driving asset valuations right now and yet few, if any, are able to accurately predict where it is likely to go. . The reason? Professional forecasters, policymakers and traders all continue to dismiss … Read more

Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook deliver very bad news

Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook deliver very bad news

Metaplatforms (META) does not go well. The social media giant, parent of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, has been sending alarming signals for several months. It was ejected from the top 10 most valuable companies in the world, and this year its market capitalization fell by nearly $545 billion. In the third quarter, which is about … Read more

Donald Trump returns to a very select list

Donald Trump returns to a very select list

Guess who’s back, back again? Trump is back, tell a friend. Donald Trump has certainly been the recipient of a lot of bad news lately. Back on the list The former president is being sued by the New York State Attorney General’s office for $250 million for ‘years of financial fraud,’ involving inflated real estate … Read more

Why a rising 10-year Treasury yield is rocking financial markets as it nears 4%

Why a rising 10-year Treasury yield is rocking financial markets as it nears 4%

The 10-year Treasury yield, a vital benchmark that influences a wide range of consumer borrowing costs, is on track to hit 4% for the first time in at least 12 years – a development that is beginning to reverberate. in the financial markets. The rate TMUBMUSD10Y, 3.997% climbed as high as 3.988% on Tuesday – … Read more