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The gold price remains under pressure and receives no help from a sharp rise in PPI inflation figures

Editor’s note: Keep up with the daily news with so much market volatility! Get caught up in minutes with our quick summary of today’s must-read news and expert opinions. Sign up here! (Kitco News) – The gold market sees renewed selling pressure and finds some support from rising inflationary pressures as producer prices rose more than expected last month. Due …

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Voting in the Amazon union continues in Bessemer

Voting in the Amazon union continues in Bessemer Updated: 09:43 CDT April 9, 2021 Hide printout Show printout MISS AND ON DATE. AS AMAZON CELEBRATES ITS YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN BESSEMER, WORKERS ARE WAITING TO SEE IF THEY WANT TO GET THE UNION’S REPRESENTATION. TODAY WAS THE LAST DAY FOR DOMESTIC BALLOTS RECEIVED. BREA DOUGLAS LOOKS AT BOTH SIDES OF THE …

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The 4 best semiconductors that can be purchased for the next decade

Semiconductors power a wide range of devices, including PCs, game consoles, phones, cars, and industrial machines, and many of these platforms require an increasing number of chips with each upgrade. These upgrades, which strengthen devices’ processing power or wireless connectivity, are currently causing a global chip shortage that could persist for the rest of 2021. The global semiconductor market could …

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US Producer Price Index March 2021

U.S. producer prices rose more than expected in March, resulting in the largest annual gain in 9-1 / 2 years, matching expectations of higher inflation as the economy reopens amid an improved public health environment and massive public funding. The producer price index for final demand rose 1.0% last month after rising 0.5% in February, the Labor Department said on …

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The Boeing 737 Max has new issues that will ground some of the jets again

“Boeing has recommended to 16 customers that they address a potential electrical problem in a specific group of 737 Max aircraft before further operations,” the company said. Airlines must check that one of the components of the aircraft’s electrical system is adequately grounded, Boeing said. The company said it is working with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to resolve the …

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