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A cost-of-living crisis is unfolding across America’s housing infrastructure. CNBC explores what that means for apartments in the cities and houses in the suburbs.
The western U.S. is experience a megadrought so severe, it is the driest two decades in at least 1,200 years. And no sector has felt the impact more than agriculture, which takes up about 70% of the world’s freshwater.
‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer and the ‘Squawk on the Street’ team break down shares of semiconductor companies like Nvidia, Micron, and more following the opening bell.
The “Mad Money” host offered investors a list of Covid-era winning stocks he says are continuing to perform well on Monday’s episode of the show.
CNBC’s Jim Cramer gave his thoughts on the companies reporting earnings this week, as well as the economic data set to release, on Monday’s episode of “Mad Money.”
CNBC’s Jim Cramer gave his take on the state of inflation, and why he believes it isn’t nearly as dire as some Fed leaders seem to believe, on Tuesday’s episode of “Mad Money.”
CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan visits Arizona and speaks with Republican voters at competing Trump and Pence events.
While millions are fretting whether they can afford another $1,000 on energy this year, others are still splashing out on $10,000 Hermes handbags as soaring prices leave wealthier people relatively unscathed.
Darrell West, vice president and director of Governance Studies at Brookings, discusses his new report, “Six ways to improve global supply chains.” In the conversation, West and host David Dollar discuss the recommendations for addressing recent snarls in supply chains resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ukraine war, and the trade conflict between the U.S. and China.
‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer and the ‘Squawk on the Street’ team break down shares of big oil companies as oil prices slump and the energy sector lags.
The ongoing disruptive events of the last two years and beyond have brought to light the need for highly resilient supply chains.
Taking the first steps in anticipating future impacts to your supply chain is key, but then the onus lies in developing robust platforms, processes, and technologies that can mitigate these impacts.
Raising interest rates is a terrible mistake.
The Fed assumes inflation is being driven by wage increases.
That is false. Wage growth has lagged far behind inflation.
You know what’s a real driver of inflation? Monopolistic corporations jacking up prices to maximize profits.
‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer and the ‘Squawk on the Street’ team discuss the U.S.’s potential crackdown on memory chip makers in China, according to Reuters.
The U.S. is experiencing its highest rate of inflation in 40 years, and many corporations are using it as cover to jack up prices faster than their costs are rising.
Charts suggest the euro could see a ‘swift rally’ and lift the stock market with it, says Jim Cramer
CNBC’s Jim Cramer explained charts analysis from DeCarley Trading’s Carley Garner on Wednesday’s episode of “Mad Money.”
CNBC’s Jim Cramer gave his thoughts on why he believes the Fed is succeeding in its efforts to tamp down inflation despite June’s hotter than expected inflation data on Wednesday’s episode of “Mad Money.”
The “Mad Money” host broke down fresh charts analysis from DeCarley Trading’s Carley Garner on Wednesday’s episode of the show.
‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer and the ‘Squawk on the Street’ team break down the hot CPI report.
Renowned business leader. serial entrepreneur and Independent Senator Colin Deacon gave an impactful speech on Basic Income Bill S-233 on June 7, 2022.
There are two commonly-accepted aspects of economics that determine prices: supply and demand. But some say a third factor is companies’ pursuit of increased profits in the midst of supply-and-demand chaos stirred by war and pandemic. Correspondent David Pogue talks with former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, and economist Mike Konczal about the legitimacy of corporate avarice.
COVID is a threat to many people’s livelihoods. We meet a German fire artist who relocated to Spain to find work. Plus: What can we learn from Portugal’s experience with the omicron subvariant BA.5? And South Africa’s homeless numbers have soared.
Costco CEO Craig Jelinek joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk on the Street’ to weigh in on the state of the U.S. consumer and how the company is navigating inventory issues hitting the industry.
‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer and the ‘Squawk on the Street’ team break down Elon Musk’s effort to end his deal to buy social media giant Twitter.
Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird, Chair of Basic Income Nova Scotia and a member of the steering committee of Coalition Canada Basic Income joined by Pierre Stevens, a member of Basic Income Nova Scotia discusses what would a basic income look like in Canada on this interview with Forum Daily.
Zor Capital Joe Fahmy outlines which circumstances would help ensure a market turnaround amid the Fed’s interest rate hikes, CPI data, inflation, and geopolitical pressures from the Russia-Ukraine War.
CNBC’s Jim Cramer offered investors his predictions for the market as inflation, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and more continue to rock Wall Street on Wednesday’s episode of “Mad Money.”
Apparently, Roe v. Wade reversal wasn’t enough.
The illegitimate Supreme Court just targeted a 38-year-old precedent that empowers federal agencies to protect you. They want you to drink dirty water, eat contaminated food, and breathe filthy air. Doesn’t sound “pro-life” to me.
Andrew Carnegie immigrates to the United States with his parents and starts working at age 12. He finds a patron in railroad executive Tom Scott who teaches him about the business, in Season 1, Episode 3, “A Rivalry is Born.”
Dr. Shewayish shows how public health is an essential component of economic prosperity. This is at no time a more poignant argument than in the midst of the current pandemic, where it is clear that the key to economic recovery is to vanquish the coronavirus outbreak. As we have seen in the Spring and early Summer of 2020, infectious diseases can affect a large swath of the business sector, from agriculture, to manufacturing, transportation, hospitality/travel, and many others. Some industries may have a business model that is incompatible with an infection outbreak. Others may ride the wave of increased demand that occurs as a result of the disease’s impact on a society. A disease outbreak may also cause individuals to withdraw from the economy due to fear, job loss, or reduced services. Investing in public health is an endeavor that pays countless dividends. As the pandemic shows, societies around the world need to do more to invest in the health of their populations and in preparing for the next outbreak that may impact us.
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