The future looks bright for infinitely recyclable plastic

Plastics are a part of nearly every product we use on a daily basis. The average person in the U.S. generates about 100 kg of plastic waste per year, most of which goes straight to a landfill. A team led by Corinne Scown, Brett Helms, Jay Keasling, and Kristin Persson at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) set out to change that.

Why is the US not Rushing to Join Digital Currency Race With China, EU & UK?

While the world's major powers are joining the race toward centralised digital currencies, the US Fed Reserve insists there's no need for Washington to rush this project and be the first to market. Who has already jumped on the digital currency bandwagon and why is the US humming and hawing?

Dollar Falls to Multi-Week Lows Against Euro, Pound, Yen and Yuan After Money Printing Spree

The US Federal Reserve injected trillions of dollars into the economy over the past year to combat the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in a process known as “quantitative easing.” Recent estimates indicate that the cash money supply in the US economy grew from $15.4 trillion to $19.7 trillion between 2020 and 2021.

Gold price today at Rs 50,810 per 10 gm, silver trending at Rs 68,800 a kg

Gold price on Thursday jumped to Rs 50,810 for 10 gm from Rs 50,520 and the silver price is trending at Rs 68,800 per kg.

Euro zone debt surges in 2020 on pandemic spending

Euro zone debt surged last year as governments borrowed heavily to keep their economies alive during pandemic lockdowns, with the already most indebted countries adding the most new debt, data from the European Union’s statistics office showed.

U.S. economy on a solid footing, coronavirus still top threat

The U.S. economy will grow at its fastest annual pace in decades this year and outperform most of its major peers, with the outlook upgraded sharply, but another COVID-19 surge was the biggest risk over the next three months, a Reuters poll showed.

Oil prices rise to one-month high on weak dollar, fall in US inventory

Oil prices rose to over one-month highs on Tuesday as a weaker U.S. dollar supported commodities and on expectations that crude inventories fell in the United States, the world's biggest oil user, though rising coronavirus cases in Asia capped gains.
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