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Headlines from Across the MAP Nov 17, 2022

Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing, according to the sports cliché. But now, just beating expectations seems to be enough to declare victory.

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Headlines from Across the MAP Nov 10, 2022

In the most densely populated corner of the US, temperatures are about to drop after a stretch of unusually warm weather. And the signs of a winter crisis are already multiplying.

Heating oil delivered to New York is the priciest ever. Retailers in Connecticut are rationing it to prevent panic...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Nov 03, 2022

How low can the market go?

That’s a question that has been pushed to the sidelines in recent days as stocks bounced from their latest bear-market low on hopes that the Federal Reserve might yet “pivot” to smaller interest rate increases, despite the central bank’s...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Oct 27, 2022

Global economic activity is experiencing a broad-based and sharper-than-expected slowdown, with inflation higher than seen in several decades. The cost-of-living crisis, tightening financial conditions in most regions, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the lingering COVID-19 pandemic all...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Oct 20, 2022

All of our lifestyles are about to change in a major way, but the vast majority of the population still does not understand what is coming. Throughout our entire lives, we have always been able to depend on a couple of things. There would always be cheap gasoline to fuel our vehicles and there...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Oct 13, 2022

 The Mississippi River is flowing at its lowest level in at least a decade, and until rain relieves a worsening drought in the region, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to maintain water levels high enough to carry critical exports from the nation’s bread basket.

The...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Oct 06, 2022

After an unexpectedly hawkish Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 75 basis points for the third consecutive time last week, all eyes were on markets and the economy. Few, however, paid attention to the effect persistent inflation and higher interest rates will have on Uncle Sam...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Sep 29, 2022

Americans are set to fork out an extra $11,500 this year if they want to enjoy the same standard of living they maintained in 2020, according to new estimates from NerdWallet. The estimates, published in August, were based on inflation and annual spending data from the...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Sep 22, 2022

As inflation remains at the highest level in more than 40 years, millions of Americans are facing financial hardship due to rising consumer prices. According to a survey conducted by Gallup in August, the majority of U.S. adults now say that price increases are causing financial hardship for...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Sep 16, 2022

It has been around six months since the start of the war between Russia and Ukraine. During this time, the world has keenly witnessed seismic shifting trends across economic, geopolitical and cultural lines. But perhaps the most profound impact the conflict has had (and continues to have) on the...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Sep 08, 2022

America has been struggling through a crippling housing crisis for much of the last decade. Many may intuitively feel this, but the data is even starker than emotions suggest. Nearly half of all renters, amounting to 20 million households, are burdened by housing costs. 10 million renters are...

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Headlines from Across the MAP Sep 01, 2022

Since the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic through today, news about labor shortages and missing workers has dominated headlines. The question everyone still seems to be asking is: Why?

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