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Another Major Car Maker Is Backing Hydrogen

Another Major Car Maker Is Backing Hydrogen

The hydrogen fuel cell market has a serious player emerging in South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Corp., which is jumping into the hydrogen truck market to compete with Nikola, Toyota and Tesla

How Taxpayers Are Bankrolling The EV Revolution

How Taxpayers Are Bankrolling The EV Revolution

Perhaps the best arguments of EV proponents: You’re already bankrolling the EV revolution, so why not buy one?

Are Americans Finally Sold On Soccer?

Are Americans Finally Sold On Soccer?

Even though played in the U.S. as early as American football, soccer failed to make a true entrance into American culture

Is The Tech Bubble About To Burst?

Is The Tech Bubble About To Burst?

The technology sector may come under severe pressure over the next 6+ months as manufacturing capacity in China continues to collapse as a result of the coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus Could Cost Tourism Industry $80 Billion

Coronavirus Could Cost Tourism Industry $80 Billion

Economists had been expecting great things for international tourism in 2020, but the spread of the coronavirus in China, and the lack of a cure, is turning great expectations into something quite differen

What Web Traffic Trends Can Tell Us About The World

What Web Traffic Trends Can Tell Us About The World

With such a large portion of the world depending on the internet for so many aspects of their lives, studying trends in web traffic can provide a lot of valuable insights

Miners Face Greater Headwinds

Miners Face Greater Headwinds

A report by Fitch Ratings states that, in the current context of geopolitical tensions, natural disasters and epidemics like that of the novel coronavirus, mining companies that have competitive cost structures and ample leverage headroom should be able to withstand commodity price risk

Boris Johnson Proposes Billion Dollar Bridge To Northern Ireland

Boris Johnson Proposes Billion Dollar Bridge To Northern Ireland

Only a couple of weeks after officially leaving the European Union, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson renewed--for the third time in history--a wildly ambitious idea that is more than 100 years old

Goldman Slashes Oil Price Forecast By $10

Goldman Slashes Oil Price Forecast By $10

Goldman has doubled down on its bearish oil take and has cut its oil price target by $10 to $53 in Q1 through the end of the year

Tesla Raises $2 Billion In Share Selloff

Tesla Raises $2 Billion In Share Selloff

Tesla stock is volatile in early trading on Friday morning after the company announced that it priced its recent $2 billion stock offering at an astronomical $767 per share

What The T-Mobile Takeover Of Sprint Really Means For Markets

What The T-Mobile Takeover Of Sprint Really Means For Markets

Despite fears of higher prices and job cuts, a judge has approved T-Mobile’s takeover of Sprint, saying it isn't likely to substantially lessen competition