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Truckload Spot-Rates Tank Fast Thanks To Soaring Fuel-Costs

Truckload Spot-Rates Tank Fast Thanks To Soaring Fuel-Costs By Zach Strickland, FreightWaves Market Expert and Analyst, Truckload spot rates for dry van freight (NTI) have plummeted 18% since the start of the year, but if you remove fuel (NTIL), it nearly doubles to 32%.   Chart of the Week: National Truckload Index […]

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Peter Schiff: The Recession Is Already Here And It Won’t Be Mild

Peter Schiff: The Recession Is Already Here And It Won’t Be Mild Via SchiffGold.com, The mainstream is concerned about the Fed pushing the economy into a mild recession as it battles inflation. Peter Schiff recently appeared on NTD News to talk about the economy. He said the recession is already here and it’s not […]

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Can We Make It Eight?

Can We Make It Eight? The sheer relentlessness of the equity market sell-off continued apace last week with the Dow capping off its first run of 8 successive weekly declines since 1923. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 saw its first run of 7 successive weekly declines (tumbling 15.1% over this period) […]

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Inflation Concerns Are Soaring Around The World

Inflation Concerns Are Soaring Around The World The world’s political and economic elites have descended once more on Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum (WEF), after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. This year’s round of talks, which run from May 22 to 26, will deal with, among […]

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Saudi Arabia Signals Backing For Russia In OPEC+

Saudi Arabia Signals Backing For Russia In OPEC+ Authored by Tom Ozimek via The Epoch Times, Saudi Arabia has signaled its support for Russia as a continued member of the OPEC+ oil cartel, which comes amid ongoing Western pressure to sanction and isolate Moscow over the Ukraine invasion. Saudi energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin […]

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What Weapons Are Banned Or Restricted In War?

What Weapons Are Banned Or Restricted In War? For thousands of years, there have been rules to control the types of weapons in warfare – for instance, the use of poison in armed combat was forbidden in Ancient Greece. But it wasn’t until the 19th century that international agreements were made to legally regulate […]

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UK’s Johnson Urges Talks As Unions Threaten “Biggest Rail Strike In Modern History”

UK’s Johnson Urges Talks As Unions Threaten “Biggest Rail Strike In Modern History” Authored by Alexander Zhang via The Epoch Times, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged rail unions to talk to the government before causing “irreparable damage” with strike action. The National Union of Rail, Maritime, and Transport Workers (RMT) […]

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