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What Does CHina’s EV Slowdown Mean For The Battery Metals Sector?

What Does CHina’s EV Slowdown Mean For The Battery Metals Sector?

China’s electric vehicle boom is slowing, and battery metals producers are going to feel the pain in both the short and long term

COVID Report Cards Will Brand Businesses Forever

COVID Report Cards Will Brand Businesses Forever

In the time of coronavirus, companies will be closely scrutinized for how they treat their workers, and it’s the first time in recent history that American capitalism will be getting a blanket wakeup call

Trump Tweet Sends Oil Soaring 25%

Trump Tweet Sends Oil Soaring 25%

Oil prices spiked on Thursday morning after U.S. President Donald Trump said that he spoke with the Saudi Crown Prince, and hoped and expected that Saudi Arabia and Russia would make substantial production cuts

Why The Coronavirus Economic Crash Is Worse Than You Think

Why The Coronavirus Economic Crash Is Worse Than You Think

As the world continues to grapple with an unprecedented health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, many economists are drawing parallels between the current situation and the 2008 financial crisis

Is A Global Currency Necessary?

Is A Global Currency Necessary?

Investors at all levels, spurred by COVID-19 crisis, hoard US dollars; orderly currency stabilization, similar to the 1985 Plaza Accord, is required

America Has Shed 500,000 Millionaires Since The Coronavirus Lockdown Began

America Has Shed 500,000 Millionaires Since The Coronavirus Lockdown Began

The United States has lost 500,000 millionaires in the COVID culling. And they aren’t likely to be getting any cash from the government.

Trump Wants Another $2 Trillion Economic Intervention

Trump Wants Another $2 Trillion Economic Intervention

U.S. President is calling for a new plan to improve domestic infrastructure as part of the "Phase 4" coronavirus relief package

The Surprising Businesses Deemed “Essential” During The Coronavirus Lockdown

The Surprising Businesses Deemed “Essential” During The Coronavirus Lockdown

Generally speaking one would have a hard time finding a common thread to pull when it comes to gun sales, pot sales, crafting material sales and video gaming supplies, but the rules are being rewritten in the time of coronavirus

Priceless Van Gogh

Priceless Van Gogh "Spring Garden" Painting Stolen

What better time could there be than a global pandemic, that has led to closures of museums and public landmarks across the world, to stage a historic heist in Europe, which has been rocked by several high-profile heists from the UK to Germany in recent year

Oil Falls To $20 For First Time In Nearly Two Decades

Oil Falls To $20 For First Time In Nearly Two Decades

Oil prices plunged on Monday to their lowest levels in eighteen years, below $20 per barrel, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cripple global oil demand with no signs of Saudi Arabia backing down on its promised supply surge

COVID-19 Could Be The End Of U.S. Coal

COVID-19 Could Be The End Of U.S. Coal

The fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic may too heavy of a burden for the already struggling coal miners in the United States, with three companies announcing operations halts due to measures to contain the spread of the disease