Headlines from Across the MAP

September 16, 2021
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The Wall Street Journal: "Short-Lasting Inflation Depends on Long-Lasting Goods"

Markets Insider: "Mohamed El-Erian says supply-chain disruptions around the world may last a couple of years - and bring 1970s-style stagflationary headwinds to the global economy"

Markets Insider: "Europe's record-high gas and electricity prices are a taste of what's in store for global commodity markets, Goldman Sachs says"

South China Morning Post: "State media warn of ‘huge bubble’ in NFT as cryptocurrencies lose steam in China"

MarketWatch: "Scientists potty train cows to use ‘MooLoo’ to help the environment"

CNBC: "Lab-grown woolly mammoths could walk the Earth in six years if geneticist’s new start-up succeeds"

Seeking Alpha: "Elizabeth Warren asks Fed to end Wells Fargo's key operating license: NY Times"

Markets Insider: "The bus driver shortage is so bad that 250 National Guard members were activated to drive students to class in Massachusetts"

Markets Insider: "The SEC could prohibit trading of 270 Chinese companies by 2024 unless they open their books for auditing, Gensler says"

The Wall Street Journal: "Census Figures Show Americans’ Incomes Fell in 2020"

The Wall Street Journal: "What’s Your Raise Really Worth? Inflation Has Something to Say About It"

The Wall Street Journal: "Democratic Tax Proposal Takes Aim at ETFs"

Slate: "The Megadrought Is Forcing Ranchers to Slaughter Far More Animals"

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