Benny Gantz, the outgoing Israeli defense minister, said in an interview last week that Tel Aviv has the military power to wipe out Tehran’s nuclear facilities, but should only carry out such an attack as a last resort.
Category: 15 November 2022
The COVID War, launched by China in January 2020 in celebration of its Lunar New Year, “The Year of the Rat,” was designated a National Emergency by President Donald Trump on Black Friday, 13 March 2020.
Last week, the cover of The Trends Journal highlighted the midterm elections and read, “AMERIKA VOTE FOR THE LOSER YOU HATE THE LEAST…THE WAR MACHINE ALWAYS WINS.”
Climate Agenda radical impositions limiting and increasing the costs of fertilizers and energy, aren’t only affecting farmers in the Netherlands and the rest of Europe, or Canada.
Chicago-based VillageMD, an affiliate of Walgreens Boots Alliance, the drug chain’s British division, is buying Summit Health, a chain of 340 urgent and primary care clinics in the U.S. northeast and Oregon.
Shops and warehouses in the U.S. and Europe are overstocked with inventory, causing orders for new goods from China’s factories to plunge by as much as 50 percent last month, according to the Financial Times.
In this year’s third quarter, the Ralph Lauren fashion brand’s U.S. revenue grew 13 percent. Capri Holdings, which owns Michael Kors and Versace, saw revenue jump 17.5 percent. Both grew more than the rate of inflation.
Officials of the European Central Bank (ECB) denied claims of a pending “dovish pivot” that would lead the bank to slow its pace of interest rate hikes or stop them entirely.
Inflation in Poland is galloping at almost 18 percent, with core inflation—which leaves out food and fuel price increases—above 10 percent.
Britain’s economy contracted 0.2 percent in this year’s third quarter and considering the socioeconomic and geopolitical trends it will continue to shrink through the winter.