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Inflation Growth Slows in July, Still a Concern as It Broadens and Stays Historically High
The Labor Department stated in a report on Aug. 11 that the consumer price index (CPI) jumped 0.5 percent in July from June, which is less than the previous monthly increase of 0.9 percent.
Vaccine-Maker BioNTech Sees 2nd-Quarter Profits Soar
In an earnings report released on Monday, the Mainz-based company said that it made a net profit of nearly $3.3 billion between April and June.
Dollar Hits 4-Month High Against Euro as Jobs Data Triggers Fed Tapering Bets
The dollar climbed against major currency pairs on Monday, briefly hitting a four-month high versus the euro.
Import Surge Sends US Trade Deficit to Record High
In the year-to-date, the trade deficit increased by 46.4 percent to $135.8 billion compared to the same period in 2020.
Unemployment Claims Fall to New Pandemic-Era Low But Remain Historically High
Initial filings for unemployment insurance, a proxy for layoffs, came in at 385,000 for the week ended July 31, a drop of 14,000 over the previous week's revised level, the Labor Department said in a release Thursday.
Kids Who Had Mild COVID Still Have Antibodies Months Later
Even if a child with COVID-19 had mild or no symptoms, research finds they still gain strong antibodies that can protect them against re-infection.
Incredibly Simple Travel Tips to Take Stress Out of Flying
Check out these tips and tricks to make your experience less stressful. After all, you do want to arrive with joy in your heart and kind words on your lips.
Teen Sets up Company to Turn Waste Plastics Into Revolutionary Product: 'Beyond Grateful'
At 18, Myles Peterson of Castlegar, British Columbia, is CEO and founder of the Terracore Plastic Company.
AstraZeneca Lost Money on COVID-19 Vaccine in First Half of 2021
AstraZeneca said losses on Vaxzevria were the main factor that shaved seven percentage points off its Reported Gross Profit Margin, which fell to 73.5 percent in the first half of the year.
Key Inflation Gauge Posts Fastest Annual Price Gain In 30 Years
Some economists have expressed concerns that if prices accelerate too fast and stay high for too long, expectations of further price increases will take hold, driving up demand for wages and potentially triggering the kind of wage-price spiral that plagued the economy in the 1970s.