CDC encourages people to wear masks to prevent the spread of Covid, flu, RSV

CDC encourages people to wear masks to prevent the spread of Covid, flu, RSV

The Centers for Disease Control Prevention encouraged people to wear masks Monday to help reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses this season as covid, flu and RSV are circulating at the same time. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, on a call with reporters, said wearing a mask is one of several everyday precautions people can … Read more

EU ministers insist it will work despite Kremlin opposition

EU ministers insist it will work despite Kremlin opposition

The G7, the EU and Australia implemented a cap on Russian oil prices on December 5. Market players have doubts that the measure is effective. Mayor Bloomberg | Mayor Bloomberg | fake images BRUSSELS – A price cap for Russian seaborne oil will work, EU ministers told CNBC, despite the Kremlin’s attempts to circumvent sanctions … Read more

Jim Cramer urges investors to get out of cryptocurrencies: “it is never too late”

Jim Cramer urges investors to get out of cryptocurrencies: “it is never too late”

CNBC’s Jim Cramer told investors on Monday that they still have time to sell their cryptocurrency holdings. “You can’t just beat yourself up and say, ‘hey, it’s too late to sell.’ The truth is, it’s never too late to sell a horrible position, and that’s what you get if you own these so-called digital assets,” … Read more

Mixed Asia-Pacific markets; Beijing eases some Covid measures

Mixed Asia-Pacific markets;  Beijing eases some Covid measures

Indian rupee hits lowest level in over a month as dollar strengthens Philippine inflation spikes to a 14-year high on food prices The Philippine Consumer Price Index for November rose 8.0% on an annualized basis, marking a 14-year high due to higher food prices according to the Philippine Statistics Authority. The figure was the highest … Read more

China’s Covid lockdowns are having a minor impact on its economy

China’s Covid lockdowns are having a minor impact on its economy

In the photo, locals in a subway in Zhengzhou city, Henan province, on December 5, 2022, after the municipality said that negative nucleic acid test results are no longer necessary to travel by transport. public. vcg | Chinese Visual Group | fake images BEIJING – China’s Covid lockdowns are having a minor impact on the … Read more

Stock futures rise slightly as fears about upcoming interest rate hikes mount

Stock futures rise slightly as fears about upcoming interest rate hikes mount

Stock futures were trading nearly unchanged on Monday night as investors tried to shake off the previous session’s sell-off. Futures linked to the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 52 points, or 0.1%. Futures for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 gained 0.1%. The close on Monday marked a negative start to the trading week. The Nasdaq … Read more

4 key year-end moves to ‘control the fate of your tax return’

4 key year-end moves to ‘control the fate of your tax return’

Seksan Mongkhonkhamsao | Moment | fake images 1. Increase your 401(k) contributions If you haven’t maxed out your workplace 401(k), there may still be time to increase your contributions for 2022, Guarino said. The measure may lower your adjusted gross income while increasing your retirement savings, but “time is of the essence,” he said. With … Read more

CDC encourages people to wear masks to prevent the spread of Covid, flu, RSV

CDC encourages people to wear masks to prevent the spread of Covid, flu, RSV

The Centers for Disease Control Prevention encouraged people to wear masks Monday to help reduce the spread of respiratory illnesses this season as covid, flu and RSV are circulating at the same time. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, on a call with reporters, said wearing a mask is one of several everyday precautions people can … Read more

Tankers en route to Russia when price cap on exports begins

Tankers en route to Russia when price cap on exports begins

Two oil tankers were heading to Russia on Monday waiting to be filled with Russian crude when a price cap on their oil exports from a coalition of Western countries went into effect. On Friday, the European Union agreed to limit prices for Russian seaborne oil to $60 a barrel, with the aim of limiting … Read more

how calculators can measure changes

how calculators can measure changes

vagabond_018 | E+ | fake images How to measure the effects of a benefit cut Covisum, a provider of Social Security claims software, recently updated its calculator to reflect the latest projections from the Social Security trustees. Offerings include a free version for consumers and a more complex paid version for financial advisors. Another product, … Read more