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(The Center Square) – A new executive order from the Biden administration has accelerated the timeline for electric vehicles and raised questions about the economic impacts of the transition away from gas-powered vehicles.
Last week, the Fed showed intent on tightening policy around growing inflation, while President Biden ended a tariff rift with the EU. Back at home, the FTC's newest appointment signals a hardline against big business.
(The Center Square) - President Joe Biden is looking to back up his tough rhetoric on China through new agreements with the European Union and changes to tariff policy.
Economic outlooks shifted this May, as the Colonial Pipeline attack, rising inflation and unpredictable volatility dominated headlines. Staff writer Bryce Roth is back to offer more:
During Trump's presidency, a trade war escalated with China, meant to benefit U.S. farmers. While his approval remained the same, in reality large farms got away with the most.
Mounting prices have bolstered theories of an upcoming commodity supercycle. However, not everyone's convinced.
Slowdowns in global trade and business investment crippled chipmakers in 2020 as the pandemic spread, but the industry has proved resilient. This comprehensive research report introduces the semiconductor industry and breaks down its structure, firm conduct, performance and trends to watch going forward.
China and Russia are growing cybersecurity threats to the U.S. Does a recent attack on cybersecurity firm SolarWinds mean American technology infrastructure is vulnerable?