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Last updated: Jul. 18, 00:00 Page 7 of 10
Treasury officials want to impose penalties on tankers that help Russian oil evade sanctions. White House aides worry that risks making gasoline more expensive.
By Jim Tankersley and Alan Rappeport
The New York Times,  Jul. 07, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Quality corporate bonds, mortgage-backed securities, and overseas stocks look attractive at these lofty levels for the currency.
By Jack Hough
Barron`s,  Jul. 04, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
ECB policymakers view French elections as sign of a broader shift in a more populist, protectionist and turbulent direction
By FT
Financial Times,  Jul. 04, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
British homes would be powered with African energy under an ambitious plan
By Ed Ballard | Graphics Emma Brown | Photographs Laura Bilson for WSJ
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 29, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Eastward expansion of 20-country currency bloc suffers setback
By FT
Financial Times,  Jun. 26, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Labor-intensive manufacturing has limited the use of lighter, stronger composites but that may change with emerging techniques
By Christopher Mims
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 06, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Some brides switch to artificial jewellery, although richest consumers have not been put off
By Chris Kay in Bengaluru
Financial Times,  Jul. 04, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
China’s leader, Xi Jinping, and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia are courting regional leaders and pushing an alternative to the U.S.-led order.
By Keith Bradsher and Anatoly Kurmanaev
The New York Times,  Jul. 04, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Airlines, banks and hospitals could be vulnerable to a ‘single point of failure’ attack like the one that hobbled car dealers
By Belle Lin
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 29, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
But critics fear the oil bonanza will turn Guyana into a victim of the ‘resources curse’
By FT
Financial Times,  Jun. 25, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
An election over the future of a United Nations-affiliated organization could determine whether the Pacific Ocean floor will soon be mined for metals used in electric vehicles.
By Eric Lipton
The New York Times,  Jul. 04, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Move to lower borrowing costs concerned many policymakers as inflation and wages moved in opposite direction
By Martin Arnold in Sintra
Financial Times,  Jul. 04, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Largest tech companies are looking to buy nuclear power directly from plants, which could sap the grid of critical resources
By Jennifer Hiller and Sebastian Herrera
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 01, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
When a measure becomes a target . . . 
By Tej Parikh
Financial Times,  Jun. 28, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
After growing for decades, this year the U.S. debt will roughly match its GDP. Throughout history, nations that blithely piled up their obligations have eventually met unhappy ends.
By Gerald F. Seib
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 21, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
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