Tesla (TSLA) Q3 2022 vehicle delivery and production numbers

Tesla (TSLA) Q3 2022 vehicle delivery and production numbers

A Tesla Model Y on display inside a Tesla store at the Westfield Culver City shopping mall in Culver City, California, US, on Thursday, April 14, 2022. Bing Guan | Bloomberg | Getty Images Electric vehicle makers Tesla just posted third-quarter vehicle production and delivery numbers for 2022. Here are the numbers: Total deliveries Q3 … Read more

Student loan payments, interest are back in January for the unforgiven

Student loan payments, interest are back in January for the unforgiven

Peter Dazely | Getty Images For many federal student loan borrowers, strategizing repayment is critical, given that payments, interest and collections — paused since March 2020 — are expected to resume after Dec. 31. This is true even as nearly 45% of borrowers, or close to 20 million people, would have their debt fully canceled … Read more

The major county in America where home prices just dropped the most is …

The major county in America where home prices just dropped the most is …

Buyers may be starting to see home price drops in some areas. (Getty Images) Home buyers have watched as home prices marched upwards for the past few years, but now many of you will finally get some relief — at least in some spots. “Home price appreciation has slowed dramatically in most markets, and there … Read more

Central Banks’ Higher Rates, Bond Sales Clash With Government Needs

Central Banks’ Higher Rates, Bond Sales Clash With Government Needs

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UK Prime Minister Liz Truss Admits Mistake in Communicating Economic Plan

UK Prime Minister Liz Truss Admits Mistake in Communicating Economic Plan

LONDON—UK Prime Minister Liz Truss said that her government could have done a better job preparing financial markets for a surprise tax-cut plan funded by increased debt, but otherwise defended the package of economic measures. “We should have laid the ground better,” Ms. Truss said in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corp. on Sunday. … Read more

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda talks EV skepticism, ‘happy dance,’ his legacy

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda talks EV skepticism, ‘happy dance,’ his legacy

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda speaks during a small media roundtable on Sept. 29, 2022 in Las Vegas. Toyota LAS VEGAS — Toyota Motor CEO Akio Toyoda last week simply stated what he would like his legacy to be: “I love cars.” Just how the 66-year-old racer, car enthusiast and company scion will be remembered regarding … Read more

How Deere plans to build a world of fully autonomous farming by 2030

How Deere plans to build a world of fully autonomous farming by 2030

Can John Deere become one of the leading AI and robotics companies in the world alongside Tesla and Silicon Valley technology giants over the next decade? That statement may seem incongruous with the general perception of the 185-year-old company as a heavy-metal manufacturer of tractors, bulldozers and lawnmowers painted in the signature green and yellow … Read more

The case for cash, short-term bonds

The case for cash, short-term bonds

Ongoing market volatility may signal it’s time to shift investing strategies and put money back in some mundane, yet safer, alternatives as the chaos plays out. Since the financial crisis, investors have taken to a mentality known as “There is No Alternative” or TINA, emphasizing the idea that investors should stay longer-term on bonds and … Read more

Monkeypox unlikely to be eliminated in the US, CDC says

Monkeypox unlikely to be eliminated in the US, CDC says

The monkeypox virus is unlikely to be eliminated from the US in the near future, according to a report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week. The CDC, in a technical brief, said the outbreak is slowing as the availability of vaccines has increased, people have become more aware of how … Read more

Monkeypox unlikely to be eliminated in the US, CDC says

Monkeypox unlikely to be eliminated in the US, CDC says

The monkeypox virus is unlikely to be eliminated from the US in the near future, according to a report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week. The CDC, in a technical brief, said the outbreak is slowing as the availability of vaccines has increased, people have become more aware of how … Read more