Jerome Powell said inflation gave the US economy ‘some fake heads’

Jerome Powell said inflation gave the US economy ‘some fake heads’

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Jerome Powell said inflation gave the US economy “some fake heads.” The head of the US Federal Reserve pointed this out Its cautious approach to interest rates It will continue, and he did not rule out future rises.

The United States said that Israel agreed to stop fighting for four hours in Gaza. the Daily humanitarian stops Civilians will be allowed to flee, and they are coming while the hostages are still being held by Hamas.

Chinese electric car brand Zeekr has announced papers for an initial public offering (IPO) in the United States. The Geely-owned brand was aiming to raise more than $1 billion, however This seems unlikely.

Amazon took another shot at healthcare. The company offers Prime members $9 monthly virtual access to One Medical providers At any timeHowever, personal visits will be more expensive.

Growing colors can help the environment

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There’s a process that consumes 1.3 trillion gallons of water every year โ€” the equivalent of two million Olympic-sized swimming pools โ€” and that’s why your jeans are turning blue.

This process is textile dyeing. While recent shifts have been made in the fashion industry to replace synthetic dyes with natural ones, chemicals are still needed to bind those colors to the fabric. A UK-based company called Colorifix is โ€‹โ€‹working to change that, and has developed a DNA sequencing process that derives the microorganisms that produce dyes, through a fermentation process similar to making beer. The best part, outside of the pretty shapes? It completely removes chemicals from the fabric dyeing equation.

Clarissa Diaz explains how fashion suppliers can use on-site microorganisms to grow sustainable blues, pinks and peaches. Read the full story.

Oil drilling can’t help the environment, but Shell wants protesters to back off

At the beginning of this year, six Greenpeace activists mounted and occupied a 34,000-ton Shell oil rig to protest drilling work. They boarded the ship off the coast of the Canary Islands and traveled nearly 4,000 kilometers (2,485 miles) to Norway.

At the time of the protest, Shell and Fluor, the platform builder, said they would seek damages of up to $120,000, an amount Shell could achieve in โ€œless than two seconds,โ€ Greenpeace said.

Shell later raised its claim to approximately $8.6 million to include shipping delays and other fees, and is now set to reach an agreement closer to $1.4 million. But there is a condition: This will only give $6.6 million to Greenpeace If the advocacy group promises to stop protesting Shell properties โ€“ forever.

Hollywood is hitting 2023 with numbers

Hollywood is back in business. A tentative agreement between the Screen Actors Guild, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers ends the industry’s stalemate, and beyond minimum wage increases and broadcast residuals, creates Some new rules about using artificial intelligence.

Here are some of the most notable events in numbers:

$1 billion+: The value of the new three-year SAG-AFTRA contract

$6.5 billion: The cost of both Hollywood writers and actors is hitting California’s economy

2%: Cutting off SAG-AFTRA’s streaming revenue has been difficult

63 years: When did the last of Hollywood’s twin strikes of writers and actors take place?

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Surprising discoveries

If you want to watch holiday movies for 25 nights, there may be a cash prize for you. for each one of them!

Lice is the key to many secrets of human history. Well they are One The key anyway – A Small and disgusting key.

Restaurant chains hope that more salads on the menu will attract Ozempic visitors. They place their bets on Studies that show Cravings tend to be similar to: Fruits and vegetables.

Maybe AI will make animated films much cheaper. So says DreamWorks’ Jeffrey Katzenbergbut it’s not really clear whether this is a good or bad thing.

Camps that teach kids how to become YouTubers are great. They say it’s just for fun, but kids know it’s all about that Make that money.

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