‘The freighter markets are on fire right now. That’s where we see real growth,’ Boeing exec says

The company has announced plans to add three conversion lines for its 737-800BCF across North America and Europe.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=729 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Entirely possible that we’ll see low interest rates forever, asset manager says

Julian Howard expected that the Federal Reserve would probably only start raising interest rates in the second half of 2022.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=726 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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‘Still on the road to hell’: Global media reacts to COP26 climate deal

Nearly 200 countries agreed on a deal, which suffered stumbling blocks over the phasing out of coal.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=720 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Governments and Big Oil were first. The next wave of climate lawsuits will target banks and boards

Financial institutions and individual board members could be the next targets of climate litigation cases.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=699 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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CNBC Pro Talks: Value investor Guy Spier on his top stock picks and long-term investment strategies

Join us as CNBC’s Tanvir Gill chats with investor and Aquamarine Capital CEO Guy Spier on his top stock picks and long-term investDid you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=690 Willie

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JPMorgan turns bullish on UK stocks for the first time since the Brexit vote

JPMorgan on Monday upgraded U.K. stocks to “overweight,” ending years of caution on British equity markets.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=687 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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‘The power is in us, not the leaders’: Meet the youth activists fighting for climate action at COP26

Campaigners and environmental activists have described the summit as the most exclusionary they have ever known.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=678 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Biden social and climate bill clears procedural vote in House, where it still awaits final approval

The House passed a key procedural vote to line up eventual passage of President Biden’s signature social safety net and climate change bill. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=660

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Bank of England’s Bailey says ‘the warning signs are there’ on inflation

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey has said the “warning signs are there” on inflation, but the central bank will need to see further evidence from the labor market before

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Food prices in China climbed every week of October, commerce ministry says

Prices in China are rising quickly for food and other commodities, increasing pressure for policymakers tasked with keeping growth stable. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=642 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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