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CNBC Economy
Sep 30, 2022

How Gautam Adani became the world's fourth richest person while billionaires like Jeff Bezos lost tens of billions
In 2021, Gautam Adani was not on the top 10 list of the world's richest people. But in 2022, the Indian billionaire settled in behind Jeff Bezos and Bernard Arnault as No. 4.

CNBC Economy
Sep 30, 2022

Fed's preferred gauge shows inflation accelerated even more than expected in August
The personal consumption expenditures price index excluding food and energy rose 0.6% for the month after being flat in July.

CNBC Economy
Sep 29, 2022

Jobless claims hit five-month low despite Fed's efforts to slow labor market
Initial filings for unemployment claims fell last week to their lowest level in five months, a sign that the labor market is strengthening.

CNBC Economy
Sep 29, 2022

Erdogan says Turkey will keep cutting interest rates, mocks British pound
Erdogan doubled down on his controversial monetary plan on Thursday, saying that he told central bank decision-makers to continue lowering rates.

CNBC Economy
Sep 28, 2022

Billionaire investor Ray Dalio says UK's economic plan 'suggests incompetence'
The financial market turmoil resulting from the U.K. government's spending plan "suggests incompetence," according to billionaire investor Ray Dalio.

CNBC Economy
Sep 27, 2022

Larry Summers blasts UK tax cuts as 'utterly irresponsible' and warns of possible contagion
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers said there were "hallmark" signs that the U.K.'s credibility had been lost.

CNBC Economy
Sep 25, 2022

New minimum tax could hit Berkshire Hathaway and Amazon hardest, study shows
The 15% minimum tax would impact around 78 companies, according to 2021 financial data, with Berkshire and Amazon paying the most.

CNBC Economy
Sep 25, 2022

Atlanta Fed President Bostic expects job losses but says there's a really good chance to get to 2% inflation without killing the economy
Raphael Bostic, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, signaled optimism for the Fed's policies to temper inflation.

CNBC Economy
Sep 22, 2022

Bank of England hikes by 50 basis points, says UK may already be in recession
The Bank of England voted to raise its base rate to 2.25% from 1.75% Thursday, lower than the 0.75 percentage point rise that had been expected by many traders.

CNBC Economy
Sep 21, 2022

'Path to oblivion': Ukraine military gains could deepen Russia's economic problems
Ukraine's counteroffensive, which has seen vast swathes of Russian-occupied territory get recaptured, could be compounding Russia's economic troubles.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2022

Here's why Hispanic workers could face an outsized hit in a U.S. recession
Hispanic workers have been disproportionately affected by past recessions, and the next one will likely be no different, according to Wells Fargo.

CNBC Economy
Sep 15, 2022

‘The economy is braking hard' and CEO confidence is miserable, says billionaire investor Barry Sternlicht
The economy is on the brink of a serious downturn if the Fed doesn't pump the brakes on its rate hikes, billionaire CEO Barry Sternlicht said.

CNBC Economy
Sep 15, 2022

Retail sales growth sluggish in August as consumers fight to keep up with inflation
Advance retail sales for the month increased 0.3% from July, better than the Dow Jones estimate for no change.

CNBC Economy
Sep 14, 2022

Wholesale prices fell 0.1% in August amid inflation fears
The producer price index, a gauge of prices received at the wholesale level, declined 0.1%, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics report.

CNBC Economy
Sep 13, 2022

Inflation isn't just about fuel costs anymore, as price increases broaden across the economy
Rather than fuel, it was food, shelter and medical services that drove costs higher in August, slapping a costly tax on those least able to afford it.

CNBC Economy
Sep 13, 2022

Inflation rose 0.1% in August even with sharp drop in gas prices
The consumer price index for August was expected to decrease 0.1% from the previous month and increase 8% from a year ago, according to Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Sep 13, 2022

The Fed is going to pivot in 3 stages, author Nomi Prins says
The U.S. Federal Reserve could be forced to pivot away from its path of aggressive interest rate hikes in three stages, according to author Nomi Prins.

CNBC Economy
Sep 12, 2022

Falling gas prices are raising hopes that inflation is slowing, New York Fed survey shows
Respondents to the New York Fed survey indicated they expect the annual inflation rate to be 5.7% a year from now.

CNBC Economy
Sep 05, 2022

Economists are divided on the risk of a U.S. recession. And the jobs data isn't helping
"We're coming out of an extraordinary period that's not been seen before in history," Moody's William Foster told CNBC.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2022

How 'quiet quitting' became the next phase of the Great Resignation
Quiet quitting, an anti-hustle culture trend, is growing more popular, especially among Gen Zers, with some experts seeing a link to the Great Resignation.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2022

The U.S. unemployment rate rose in August, and Black workers' labor force participation declined
The August jobs report showed the U.S. unemployment rate rise across the board. Black workers' labor force participation fell during that time.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2022

The U.S. unemployment rate rose in August, and Black workers saw declining participation in the labor force
The August jobs report showed the U.S. unemployment rate rise across the board. Black workers' labor force participation fell during that time.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2022

'Why shouldn't it be as bad as the 1970s?': Historian Niall Ferguson has a warning for investors
Top historian Niall Ferguson warned Friday that the world is sleepwalking into an era of political and economic upheaval akin to the 1970s — only worse.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2022

Here's where the jobs are for August 2022 — in one chart
Professional and business services and health care were bright spots for the labor market in August.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2022

Payrolls rose 315,000 in August as companies keep hiring
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase 318,000 in August, according to Dow Jones estimates.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2022

Payrolls rose 315,000 in August as companies keep up hiring pace
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase 318,000 in August, according to Dow Jones estimates.

CNBC Economy
Sep 01, 2022

Jobless claims total 232,000, the lowest level in two months
Claims totaled 232,000 for the week ended Aug. 27, a decline of 5,000 from the previous period and the lowest since June 25.

CNBC Economy
Aug 31, 2022

Private payrolls grew by just 132,000 in August, ADP says in reworked jobs report
Private payrolls grew by just 132,000 for the month, a deceleration from the 270,000 gain in July, the firm said in its monthly payroll report.

CNBC Economy
Aug 30, 2022

Job openings top 11.2 million in July, well above estimate and nearly double the available workers
Available positions totaled 11.24 million for the month, well in excess of the 10.3 million FactSet estimate, according to the JOLTS report.

CNBC Economy
Aug 29, 2022

Steve Hanke says we're going to have one 'whopper' of a recession in 2023
"The problem we have is that the [Fed Chair Jerome Powell] does not understand ... what the causes of inflation are and were," said the Johns Hopkins professor.

CNBC Economy
Aug 26, 2022

Watch Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell speak live at Jackson Hole
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell speaks at the central bank's Jackson Hole, Wyoming, economic symposium on Friday, after the release of key inflation data.

CNBC Economy
Aug 24, 2022

Nobel prize winner says the U.S. needs a 1950s-style productivity boom
Edmund S. Phelps discusses the need to reboot US growth and productivity and cool current economic demand.

CNBC Economy
Aug 19, 2022

Inflation peaking? 10 common consumer items where prices are falling
While overall inflation remains high, the prices of some common items are beginning to tick down.

CNBC Economy
Aug 19, 2022

'You've got to eat': Energy bills are squeezing businesses and people as UK costs soar
Facing soaring energy bills, rising costs and rapidly declining consumer purchasing power, small businesses across the U.K. are struggling to make ends meet.

CNBC Economy
Aug 18, 2022

Jobless claims edge lower as Fed looks to cool labor market
Jobless claims totaled 250,000 for the week ended Aug. 13, down 2,000 from the previous week and below the 260,000 Dow Jones estimate.

CNBC Economy
Aug 17, 2022

Retail sales little changed in July amid fall in gas prices and drop in auto sales
Topic: RobocarsTags: forbesFrom the earliest days, one of the most common questions was "What happens when the cops want to pull over a robocar or give it a ticket?" We find out a real answer in a video of SFPD stopping an empty Cruise robotaxi on the streets of San Francisco.

It wasn't actually that much of a mystery, and the major teams all have detailed first responder training and plans in place, and it happened here. This was a very rare case where it actually made sense to pull over this car, which was driving at night without its lights on, which is unsafe.

See all the details and analysis in my Forbes site story at:

We find out what happens when SF Police pull over an unmanned Cruise robocar



CNBC Economy
Aug 15, 2022

Goldman sees a 'feasible but difficult path' for the Fed to defeat inflation without a recession
The Fed's path to bringing down inflation while keeping the economy from a downturn is still open but getting narrower, according to Goldman Sachs.

CNBC Economy
Aug 12, 2022

This was a good week for inflation numbers, but whether it can last is the big question
With Americans already paying huge bills for food, energy and a host of other items in their daily lives, any respite is a welcome one.

CNBC Economy
Aug 11, 2022

Wholesale inflation fell 0.5% in July, in another sign that price increases are slowing
The producer price index, which gauges the prices received for final demand products, fell 0.5% from June.

CNBC Economy
Aug 10, 2022

The easing of inflation pressures is giving the economy some breathing room, for now
If inflation has been the biggest threat to U.S. economic growth, then July's data should provide signs that there's at least some relief in the pipeline.

CNBC Economy
Aug 10, 2022

Consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, less than expected as inflation pressures ease a bit
Topic: RobocarsTags: forbesFrom the earliest days, one of the most common questions was "What happens when the cops want to pull over a robocar or give it a ticket?" We find out a real answer in a video of SFPD stopping an empty Cruise robotaxi on the streets of San Francisco.

It wasn't actually that much of a mystery, and the major teams all have detailed first responder training and plans in place, and it happened here. This was a very rare case where it actually made sense to pull over this car, which was driving at night without its lights on, which is unsafe.

See all the details and analysis in my Forbes site story at:

We find out what happens when SF Police pull over an unmanned Cruise robocar



CNBC Economy
Aug 08, 2022

Food prices fell sharply in July — but the respite may not last
Global food prices slid in July, but there are doubts over whether the good news will last as, among other things, the Russia-Ukraine grain deal appears shaky.

CNBC Economy
Aug 08, 2022

Consumers expect inflation to slow down, a big win for the Fed
The consumer outlook for inflation tumbled in July amid a sharp drop in gas prices and a belief that the surges in food and housing also would ebb.

CNBC Economy
Aug 08, 2022

Consumers' expectations of future inflation decreased significantly in win for the Federal Reserve
The consumer outlook for inflation tumbled in July amid a sharp drop in gas prices and a belief that the surges in food and housing also would ebb.

CNBC Economy
Aug 08, 2022

Cash withdrawals in the UK soar as Brits grapple with the rising cost of living
Brits are using cash as a way to manage their budgets as inflation in the country is expected to peak at over 13% in October.

CNBC Economy
Aug 06, 2022

Fed Governor Bowman sees 'similarly sized' rate hikes ahead after three-quarter point moves
Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman said Saturday she supports the central bank's recent big rate increases and believes they should continue.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2022

Danger ahead: The U.S. economy has yet to face its biggest recession challenge
You'd be hard-pressed now to find a recession in the rearview mirror. What's down the road, though, is another story.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2022

Despite a strong jobs report, unemployment inched higher for Black workers in July
Black workers saw a rise in unemployment last month even as the headline number declined.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2022

Here's where the jobs are for July 2022 — in one chart
There was an appetite for workers particularly in the service sector, which has been grappling with labor shortages.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2022

Payrolls increased 528,000 in July, much better than expected in a sign of strength for jobs market
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase 258,000 in July, according to Dow Jones estimates.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2022

Is the economy in a recession? ‘What you call it is less relevant,' says one economist: Here's ‘what really matters'
Are we in a recession? A former chief economist at the U.S. Department of Labor and a former chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers weigh in.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2022

The price of a pint is going through the roof. Here's why UK beer costs are far outpacing inflation
The average cost of a pint of beer in the U.K. has soared by 70% since 2008 — well ahead of inflation.

CNBC Economy
Aug 04, 2022

The great unrest: How 2020 changed the economy in ways we can't understand yet
Because of the Covid pandemic, 2020 was an epoch-changing year. Much like the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001, the full effects won't be understood for years.

CNBC Economy
Aug 04, 2022

Weekly jobless claims rise to 260,000 ahead of nonfarm payrolls report
Initial claims for unemployment insurance were expected to total 260,000 for the week ended July 30, according to Dow Jones estimates.

CNBC Economy
Aug 04, 2022

Are we in a recession? Here are both sides of the argument and why it's even a debate
Are we in a recession or are not? If not, is one on the way? CNBC's Emily Lorsch breaks down both sides of the argument and why it's debatable.

CNBC Economy
Aug 03, 2022

These charts show why we may not be in a recession
If the U.S. economy is in recession, someone forgot to tell the jobs market.

CNBC Economy
Aug 03, 2022

The confusing job market: Tech and finance brace for the worst, retail is mixed, travel can't hire fast enough
The economy has shifted so abruptly in 2022 that most of the big employment trends from the Covid era have reversed, creating major challenges for employers.

CNBC Economy
Aug 03, 2022

Fed's Bullard sees more interest rate hikes ahead and no U.S. recession
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said the central bank will continue raising rates until it sees compelling evidence that inflation is falling.

CNBC Economy
Aug 02, 2022

4.2 million people quit in June despite recession worries: 'A paradox in our economy'
The job market continued to post strong numbers in June despite growing concerns about an economic recession.

CNBC Economy
Aug 02, 2022

Fed's Daly says 'our work is far from done' on inflation; Evans sees 'reasonable' chance for smaller hike
The Federal Reserve still has a lot of work to do before it gets inflation under control, San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said Tuesday.

CNBC Economy
Aug 02, 2022

Fed's Daly says 'our work is far from done' on inflation; Evans says bigger hike 'OK'
The Federal Reserve still has a lot of work to do before it gets inflation under control, San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly said Tuesday.

CNBC Economy
Aug 02, 2022

Household debt tops $16 trillion for the first time, fueled by higher inflation and interest rates
Household debt climbed past $16 trillion in the second quarter, as soaring inflation pushed up housing and auto balances.

CNBC Economy
Aug 02, 2022

Job openings fell sharply in June as labor market shows signs of slowing
Job openings plunged in June to their lowest level since September 2021 in a potential sign that a historically tight labor market is starting to loosen.

CNBC Economy
Aug 01, 2022

Home prices cooled at a record pace in June, according to housing data firm
Home price gains are cooling fast, as demand wanes and still-tight supply builds.

CNBC Economy
Jul 31, 2022

Are we in a recession? It doesn't matter, Fed official says: ‘I'm focused on the inflation data'
Neel Kashkari, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, told CBS' "Face the Nation" that inflation poses a larger threat than a potential recession.

CNBC Economy
Jul 29, 2022

Inflation figure that the Fed follows closely hits highest level since January 1982
Topic: Going GreenRobocarsTags: forbes It is common to see plans for EV charging which are still bound up in "gasoline thinking" where people treat an EV like a car with a tank you empty and then fill up while empty, waiting. In fact, if you do EV charging right, you always do it while you are doing something else, so it takes zero time from your day.

In this new article and video, I outline how that works and prescribe a plan for charging based on putting it in the places where people park for the right periods of time, with sleep and work being the huge #2 and the #3. Then I outline where fast (40 minute fill-up) charging goes. Sadly, too much charging is planned for other reasons, by people who don't drive EVs or still do gasoline thinking.

Of course there is a robocar component which comes in at #1 -- the car that is just magically always charged.

I also discuss a very important realization when it comes to charging. Unlike gasoline, which is a commodity, electrical energy is not so much a product that you buy by the kwh,

CNBC Economy
Jul 29, 2022

Euro zone economy grows 0.7% in the second quarter despite gas crisis and inflation surge
Growth in the euro zone beat expectations for the second quarter, coming in at 0.7%.

CNBC Economy
Jul 28, 2022

Yellen says the economy is not in a recession despite GDP slump
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Thursday the U.S. economy is in a state of transition, not recession, despite two consecutive quarters of negative growth.

CNBC Economy
Jul 28, 2022

There is deflation in some items as Wingstop notes dropping chicken wing prices
At a time when many consumers may have forgotten what deflation is, Wingstop said it's reaping the benefits of lower chicken wing prices.

CNBC Economy
Jul 28, 2022

Watch Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen talk live about the state of the U.S. economy
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen speaks at a news conference on Thursday afternoon, following the release of second-quarter GDP data.

CNBC Economy
Jul 28, 2022

The economy may look like it's in recession, but we still don't know for sure
The GDP report brought the economy in line with a common definition of recession. But we won't know for sure if it officially becomes one at least for months.

CNBC Economy
Jul 28, 2022

GDP fell 0.9% in the second quarter, the second straight decline and a strong recession signal
Topic: Going GreenRobocarsTags: forbes It is common to see plans for EV charging which are still bound up in "gasoline thinking" where people treat an EV like a car with a tank you empty and then fill up while empty, waiting. In fact, if you do EV charging right, you always do it while you are doing something else, so it takes zero time from your day.

In this new article and video, I outline how that works and prescribe a plan for charging based on putting it in the places where people park for the right periods of time, with sleep and work being the huge #2 and the #3. Then I outline where fast (40 minute fill-up) charging goes. Sadly, too much charging is planned for other reasons, by people who don't drive EVs or still do gasoline thinking.

Of course there is a robocar component which comes in at #1 -- the car that is just magically always charged.

I also discuss a very important realization when it comes to charging. Unlike gasoline, which is a commodity, electrical energy is not so much a product that you buy by the kwh,

CNBC Economy
Jul 27, 2022

The economy is expected to have barely grown last quarter and it may have contracted
Economists are forecasting the economy barely grew in the second quarter, and some expect that it actually contracted.

CNBC Economy
Jul 27, 2022

Fed hikes interest rates by 0.75 percentage point for second consecutive time to fight inflation
The Federal Open Market Committee released its post-meeting statement Wednesday on what it will be doing with interest rates.

CNBC Economy
Jul 27, 2022

Pending home sales fell 20% in June versus a year earlier as mortgage rates soared
The decline in sales coincided with mortgage rates soaring to over 6% last month.

CNBC Economy
Jul 27, 2022

Mortgage demand declines further, even as interest rates drop a bit
Mortgage demand continues to drop, even though interest rates have come down slightly from recent highs.

CNBC Economy
Jul 26, 2022

Homebuilders are boosting incentives as they suddenly struggle to sell homes
The nation's homebuilders are now experiencing a slowdown in sales and an increase in supply.

CNBC Economy
Jul 26, 2022

Here's how to know if we're in a recession, and it's not what you think
Officially, the NBER defines recession as "a significant decline in economic activity that is spread across the economy and lasts more than a few months."

CNBC Economy
Jul 26, 2022

Home price growth slowed for the second straight month in May, S&P Case-Shiller says
Home prices in May were 19.7% higher compared with the same month last year, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index.

CNBC Economy
Jul 25, 2022

The numbers show the U.S. economy is at least teetering on a recession
With second-quarter GDP data due out Thursday, the question of whether the economy is in recession will be on everyone's mind.

CNBC Economy
Jul 22, 2022

CEOs say they are raising prices, cutting costs as inflation dominates post-earnings conversations
Most company leaders say they've managed to navigate difficult times spurred by inflationary pressures at their highest level in more than 40 years.

CNBC Economy
Jul 22, 2022

West Coast ports reduce idling vessels as container supply increases
There are signs of shipping disruptions easing but movements in demand and inflation will continue to threaten supply chains.

CNBC Economy
Jul 21, 2022

Jobless claims rise again in another sign that labor market is cooling
Initial claims for unemployment insurance were expected to total 240,000 for the week ended July 16, according to Dow Jones estimates.

CNBC Economy
Jul 20, 2022

Mortgage demand drops to a 22-year low as higher interest rates and inflation crush homebuyers
The pain in the mortgage market is only getting worse amid higher interest rates and inflation in the overall economy.

CNBC Economy
Jul 20, 2022

June home sales fall 5.4% from May, as prices set yet another record
The median price of an existing home sold in June set yet another record at $416,000, an increase of 13.4% year over year.

CNBC Economy
Jul 19, 2022

Yellen says the U.S. and its allies should use ‘friend-shoring' to give supply chains a boost
The term draws on the concepts of "onshoring" and "nearshoring," which refer to the transferring of supply chains back home or closer to home.

CNBC Economy
Jul 18, 2022

China holdings of U.S. debt fall below $1 trillion for the first time since 2010
China's holdings of U.S. debt have fallen below $1 trillion for the first time in 12 years. Rising rates have made Treasurys potentially less attractive.

CNBC Economy
Jul 15, 2022

Retail sales rose more than expected in June as consumers remain resilient despite inflation
Advance retail sales were expected to increase 0.9% in June, according to Dow Jones estimates.

CNBC Economy
Jul 14, 2022

Wholesale prices shoot up near-record 11.3% in June on surge in energy costs
The producer price index, a measure of the prices received at the wholesale level, increased 11.3% from a year ago.

CNBC Economy
Jul 13, 2022

Inflation rose 9.1% in June, even more than expected, as consumer pressures intensify
The consumer price index, soared 9.1% from a year ago, above the 8.8% Dow Jones estimate.

CNBC Economy
Jul 13, 2022

Fed report finds higher fears of inflation and potential recession
A Fed survey pointed to elevated recession fears along with a belief that soaring inflation will last at least through the end of the year.

CNBC Economy
Jul 12, 2022

U.S. recession looks likely — and there are 3 ways the economy could get hit, analyst says
The odds of the U.S. economy falling into recession by next year are greater than 50%, TD Securities said Monday, outlining three possible ways it could get hit.

CNBC Economy
Jul 11, 2022

Near-term inflation expectations hit record high, New York Fed survey shows
Consumers' inflation expectations over the next year hit record highs, though the outlook over the longer term grew a little more optimistic.

CNBC Economy
Jul 08, 2022

Big payroll gains push recession fears into the corner — for now
June's big payroll jump helped clear away some of those recession clouds for a U.S. economy that nonetheless faces some stormy weather ahead.

CNBC Economy
Jul 08, 2022

Unemployment rate for Black women fell in June, but so did their participation in the labor force
The U.S. unemployment rate fell for Black women last month, but labor force participation also slipped for the group.

CNBC Economy
Jul 08, 2022

Payrolls increased 372,000 in June, more than expected, as jobs market defies recession fears
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase by 250,000 in June, according to Dow Jones estimates.

CNBC Economy
Jul 07, 2022

Fed officials Waller and Bullard back another big interest rate increase in July
The Fed is well on its way to another sharp interest rate hike in July and perhaps September as well, even if it slows the economy.

CNBC Economy
Jul 07, 2022

Goldman slashes GDP forecast for the second quarter to just barely above water
Goldman sliced its outlook for second-quarter GDP to an annualized gain of just 0.7%, down from the previous expectation of a 1.9% increase.

CNBC Economy
Jul 06, 2022

Fed sees 'more restrictive' policy as likely if inflation fails to come down, minutes say
Members said the July meeting likely also would see another 50 or 75 basis point move on top of a 75 basis point increase approved in June.

CNBC Economy
Jul 04, 2022

Raising interest rates is the wrong solution to the inflation problem, analyst says
Raising interest rates to tame demand isn't the right solution, as high prices have been driven mainly by supply chain shocks, one analyst said.

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