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Sudden Energy-Price Collapse Brings Economic Boon
After skyrocketing last year due to the Ukraine war, natural-gas prices are in retreat around the world. But the outlook isn’t entirely positive, as the drop is also a symptom of slowing activity. Read more >>
U.S. stocks open lower as investors eye debt-ceiling talks in WashingtonU.S. stocks opened lower on Wednesday as investors remained focused on the debt-ceiling negotiations in Washington. The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined by 111 points, or 0.4%, at 32,939:
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Debt ceiling talks stuck, sides ‘far apart’ as June 1 deadline nearsDefiant, the speaker said “it’s not my fault’ that Washington is careening toward a crisis, pushing blame onto the White House for Biden’s refusal to negotiate earlier.
White House, Republicans push ahead in US debt ceiling talks By Reuters*REPUBLICAN HOUSE SPEAKER MCCARTHY SAYS STILL FAR APART ON DEBT TALKS *MCCARTHY: HAVE TOLD BIDEN WE WON’T RAISE TAXES 🇺🇸🇺🇸
Wall St slides as debt ceiling talks drag on By Reuters⚠️BREAKING: *DOW DROPS 200 POINTS, VIX JUMPS 10% AS DEBT CEILING FEARS KEEP INVESTORS ON EDGE $DIA $SPY $QQQ $IWM $VIX 🇺🇸🇺🇸
White House and Republicans still at odds over spending as debt ceiling talks continueAs the debt default deadline nears and negotiators remain at odds, CBS News’ NikolenDC asks Speaker McCarthy what the ‘off ramp’ is. McCarthy says it’s ‘to solve the problem, to spend less than we spent last year. That’s not that difficult.”