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Powell attended the city hall meeting tonight to rehearse for debt reduction.
Original title: Powell attended the city hall meeting tonight to rehearse for debt reduction. The options market shows that investors do not expect much movement in the market until next week's Jackson Hole meeting. However, they were caught off guard by the news that Federal Reserve Chairman Colin Powell would host a town hall meeting later on Tuesday. Measures of the average one-week implied volatility of the euro, yen, sterling and Canadian dollar against the dollar are at their lowest level since February 2020, suggesting a degree of over-optimism in the market. That's because traders had been betting that Powell wouldn't talk about anything substantive until next week's meeting. Now, the market rumors
Wall Street bulls: this is a modern version of the Roar of the 1920s, and you can buy a little of anything.
Edward Edward Yardeni, a longtime bullish on Wall Street, believes that the US economy is on the brink of Nirvana. Despite the uncertainty about inflation and novel coronavirus mutants, the president of Yardeni Research believes the epidemic is causing US companies to significantly accelerate the adoption of cutting-edge technologies designed to boost productivity. Yardney believes that this will bring Wall Street into a modern version of the "roaring 1920s." "you can buy a little of everything," Yardney said in an interview on Friday. Corporate earnings will continue to climb
BHP Group Ltd said he was in talks with Woodside on a deal to withdraw from the oil and gas business.
BHP Group Ltd Group is continuing to negotiate with Woodside Petroleum Ltd. Over a potential merger of its oil business, a deal that will accelerate BHP Group Ltd's exit from fossil fuels. Woodside said in a statement on Monday that the two companies were discussing options, including "a potential merger involving BHP Group Ltd's entire oil business by allocating Woodside shares to BHP Group Ltd shareholders". Last month, foreign media reported that BHP Group Ltd was considering a multibillion-dollar plan to withdraw from the oil and gas business and would accelerate its withdrawal from fossil fuels.
The performance fell McDonald's Corp CEO still earned more than 10 million US dollars last year, and his salary was 1189 times that of the average employee.
According to an analysis of CEO compensation of 294 listed companies in the US by research firm MyLogIQ, McDonald's Corp CEO Christopher Kempinsky (Christopher Kempczinski) earned a total salary of $10.847032 in 2020, 1189 times the median salary of the company's employees. McDonald's Corp said: "McDonald's Corp is committed to establishing a strong culture of performance-based pay, closely linking the interests of senior executives with the interests of shareholders." However, affected by COVID-19 's epidemic, McDonald's Corp had a difficult year last year, and his annual revenue fell by 10%.
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