You’ve probably heard the market maxim, “Don’t fight the Fed.” With inflation at its highest level in 40 years, the Fed has no choice but to tighten policies…raise interest rates…and shrink its bloated balance sheet. And because the Fed’s easy money policy drove stocks higher after the COVID sell-off… itsRead More →

WEST MONROE, La. “I will never accept defeat. I will never give up. These statements are part of the US Army Soldier’s Creed, so it’s no surprise that two Army veterans take this approach after losing their businesses. In December 2019, Curtis Sims and Cameron Myers opened Two Warriors MeaderyRead More →

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers added 428,000 jobs in April, extending a strong hiring streak that defied punitive inflation, chronic supply shortages, Russia’s war on Ukraine and rising labor costs. much higher loan. Last month’s hiring kept the unemployment rate at 3.6%, just above the lowest level in half aRead More →

Last of the energy majors to publish its results, Shell joins its rivals in the sector, including BP (BP) and TotalEnergies (EARLY) to make big profits thanks to the volatility in commodity prices fueled by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine that began on February 24. It beat its previous highest quarterlyRead More →

Sales of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine and treatment pushed the drugmaker well above expectations in the first quarter, as profits rose 61%. Comirnaty coronavirus vaccine generated more than $13 billion in sales and Paxlovid treatment added another $1.5 billion as the company’s revenue increased 77% from last year’s quarter, when vaccineRead More →