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The market's reaction to Powell's speech suggests that excessive concerns about code reduction have turned a page.
The reaction to the remarks made by Jerome Powell Jackson Hole, chairman of the Federal Reserve, suggests that the market's excessive concern about downsizing has changed its story. The market reaction to Powell's suggestion that the Fed may start cutting back on bond purchases this year but will not rush to raise interest rates is typical: inflation pricing has risen moderately and real interest rates have fallen. Whether the Fed starts to cut its size in November or December, the impact on interest rates will not be much different. What the market really cares about is whether traders still believe that the inflationary pressures repeatedly reiterated by the Fed are only temporary. Powell tried to stress that the only factors contributing to the recent surge in inflation were limited categories of goods and
Suez Canal Authority: the captain of the cargo ship "Changzhi" is responsible for the grounding accident.
Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on the 30th announced the results of the investigation into the grounding accident of the cargo ship "Changzhi" in March this year, confirming that the captain of the cargo ship was responsible for the grounding accident. Suez Canal Authority held a press conference at its headquarters in the northeastern Egyptian city of Ismail on the same day. Said Shu Aisha, head of the investigation team of the Canal Administration, said that by analyzing the navigation data of the cargo ship involved, the investigation team determined that the captain's erroneous instructions were the main reason for the cargo ship's stranding, and the navigator sent by the Canal Administration did not bear the responsibility, because the navigator's proposal was "not mandatory."
Apple Inc's great success on CarPlay paves the way for his car ambitions.
Apple Inc launched CarPlay in 2014 as a way to integrate iPhone with car dashboards. Apple Inc said last year that more than 80 per cent of new car sales in the US supported it. Apple Inc's success on CarPlay explains the auto industry's interest in rumors that Apple Inc plans to build his own car. In the early 2010s, automakers and their suppliers were excited about building complex applications for car dashboards that went beyond CD players and tiny LED screens. Cooperate with Microsoft Corp and other companies, automobile
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