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Delta Variant Can Still Clip U.S. Economy’s Wings

The Delta variant of the coronavirus probably won’t derail the U.S....

Unilever Gives a Preview of Worsening Inflation Pinch

Inflation is becoming as much a headache for CEOs of household-staples companies like Unilever...

Western Wildfires Are Hitting the Lumber Market

Lumber prices finally cooled off. Now come the fires.Forest fires raging in the West are threatening an important swath of the U.S.’s wood supply,...

EV Batteries: The Next Victim of High Commodity Prices?

Cheaper batteries over the past decade have made electric vehicles more price-competitive, but rising demand for EVs could disrupt that trend.

Bitcoin Is Failing Its First Inflation Test as Selloff Deepens

Bitcoin’s steep selloff is undercutting the argument made by the digital currency’s proponents that it’s an inflation hedge.The original cryptocurrency has lost about half...

Chips' Biggest Political Pawn Still Has a Strong Game

ASML faces little risk of lost sales amid an aggressive expansion, as the Dutch company remains the only game in town for a cutting-edge...

Car Dealers Can Keep Rolling After Supply Crunch

Despite fears of car supply availability, auto dealers aren’t running into...

Robinhood IPO Is No Giveaway

Robinhood Markets likes to give away free shares to attract new customers. Its public offering to investors is a different matter.The offering bears some...

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Penny Oleksiak now Canada’s most decorated Olympian after women’s medley bronze win – National

Canada has captured its 13th medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after winning bronze at the women’s 4×100-metre medley relay finals. ...

Robinhood Sold IPO Shares to More Than 300,000 of Its Customers

Hundreds of thousands of Robinhood Markets Inc.’s customers bought shares in the trading...

First fan-less Olympics: What is the impact on athletes? – National

Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics this year are without the usual crowds and fanfare associated with the world’s...