Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela – WSJ – The Wall Street Journal

Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela – WSJ – The Wall Street Journal

Biden’s Dirty Oil Deal With Venezuela – WSJThe Wall Street Journal US grants Chevron license to pump oil in VenezuelaThe Washington Post Biden eases Venezuela sanctions to aid talks between Maduro, oppositionCAT US gives Chevron go ahead to pump oil in Venezuela againAxios Biden allowing Chevron to drill in Venezuela ‘makes absolutely no sense’: Stephen … Read more

Despite Shift, Markets Face Long Wait for Venezuelan Oil – The Wall Street Journal

Despite Shift, Markets Face Long Wait for Venezuelan OilThe Wall Street Journal

Disney’s Robert Iger Faces Troubled Animation Market as ‘Strange World’ Bombs – The Wall Street Journal

Disney’s Robert Iger Faces Troubled Animation Market as ‘Strange World’ BombsThe Wall Street Journal

World’s Top-Selling Drug Going Off Patent Means Big Bucks for Middlemen

Markets Heard on the Street As AbbVie’s Humira faces copycat biologics, the biggest beneficiaries will be the middlemen negotiating and dispensing the drugs such as Cigna and CVS.

Economy Week Ahead: US Job Market and Consumer Spending in Focus

Economy Economy Week Ahead Fed Chairman Jerome Powell to give remarks on outlook of US economy and labor market

Most Power Is Restored in Kyiv as Russian Strikes Hit Southern Ukraine

World President Volodymyr Zelensky says that power to many homes has been restored but that the electricity network is still unstable

Stop Pronouncing ‘Turkey’ Wrong, Country Begs the Rest of the World – The Wall Street Journal

Stop Pronouncing ‘Turkey’ Wrong, Country Begs the Rest of the WorldThe Wall Street Journal

US Soccer briefly scrubs emblem from Iran flag at World Cup

DOHA, Qatar — The US Soccer Federation briefly displayed Iran’s national flag on social media without the emblem of the Islamic Republic, saying the move supported protesters in Iran ahead of the two nations’ World Cup match Tuesday. Iran’s government reacted by accusing America of removing the name of God from its national flag. The … Read more

China Will Get Over Covid-19. But Will Its Markets Recover?

Markets Heard on the Street Strict Covid-zero regime will eventually end, but investors shouldn’t assume that makes a structural bull market inevitable

Chinese Protests Spread Over Government’s Covid Restrictions – The Wall Street Journal

Chinese Protests Spread Over Government’s Covid RestrictionsThe Wall Street JournalView Full Coverage on Google News