Walmart results ease some fears of recession

New York CNN Business — Walmart reported good news on Tuesday for investors and economists worried about a looming recession, as the retail giant painted a much more optimistic picture of consumer spending than it offered less ago. one month. On July 25, Walmart issued a revenue warning for the rest of the year, saying … Read more

Steep water cuts loom as Colorado River narrows and Lake Mead levels drop

CNN — An extraordinary drought in the West is Colorado River drying up and drain the largest reservoirs in the country – Lake Mead and Lake Powell. And in the midst of the overexploitation of the river and the aridification the region, the federal government is preparing to impose mandatory water cuts and asks the … Read more

Letter obtained by CNN shows FDA championed new monkeypox vaccine strategy to vaccine maker

CNN — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has defended the federal government’s recent decision to extend its limited offer of the Jynneos monkeypox vaccine by giving individuals lower doses using a different injection method, noting in a letter to the company that makes the vaccine that a 2015 clinical study showed “a very similar … Read more

The low water level of the Rhine poses a new threat to the German economy

Dortmund/London CNN Business — The German Rhine is getting too dry, disrupting supply chains and creating more problems for its struggling economy. Water in the river has dropped to “unusually low” levels in some areas, disrupting navigation on the country’s roads. most important inland waterwayGerman officials told CNN on Friday. The lack of rainfall in … Read more

Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant faces ‘grave hour’, says UN watchdog

The United Nations CNN — The ‘alarming’ situation at a Russian-occupied nuclear power plant in the southeast Ukraine had reached a “grave hour”, the head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog said on Thursday, as he called for an immediate inspection of the facility by international experts. The Director General of the International Atomic Energy … Read more

Joe Manchin says Republicans in ‘normal times’ would support energy and health care bill

Washington CNN — Democratic Senator Joe Manchin argued on Sunday that Republicans would “normally” support a energy and health bill he recently negotiated with his party leaders, saying the main bill addresses key areas the GOP has long championed. “I think it’s a great bill and normally my fellow Republicans would be for something like … Read more

US approves Boeing inspection and overhaul plan to resume 787 deliveries

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Friday approved Boeing’s inspection and modification plan to resume deliveries of 787 Dreamliners, two people briefed on the matter told Reuters. FAA approved Boeing (BA)Boeing’s proposal that requires specific inspections to verify that the condition of the aircraft meets requirements and that all work has been completed, a decision … Read more

US approves Boeing inspection and overhaul plan to resume 787 deliveries

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Friday approved Boeing’s inspection and modification plan to resume deliveries of 787 Dreamliners, two people briefed on the matter told Reuters. FAA approved Boeing (BA)Boeing’s proposal that requires specific inspections to verify that the condition of the aircraft meets requirements and that all work has been completed, a decision … Read more

‘Recession remedy’ divides economists

New York CNN Business — The US economy is on a knife edge, potentially already in recession after a second quarter of activity in decline. But the indicators are mixed, fueling uncertainty about the way forward. At the heart of the debate between economists and policymakers is a fundamental question with massive implications for America’s … Read more

GDP: US economy shrinks again, fueling fears of recession

CNN — The U.S. economy contracted again in the second quarter, the Bureau of Economic Analysis said Thursday. Gross domestic product, a broad measure of economic activity, fell 0.9% on an annualized basis from April to June. This decline marks a key symbolic threshold for the most commonly used – albeit unofficial – definition of … Read more