Inflation affects you more if you are Hispanic, says new report

Inflation affects you more if you are Hispanic, says new report

The vertiginous increase in prices in various products has hurt the pockets of different sectors and demographic groups in the United States. New research from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York says that Hispanic and black consumers tend to spend more in categories with some of the highest inflation rates. The report, which broke … Read more

Find the best gifts and offers for this 4th of July

Find the best gifts and offers for this 4th of July

This weekend is a very special one for many American families who commemorate Independence Day. Throughout the country there will be many celebrations with cookouts and fireworks. The high prices, derived from inflation, in some of the products that are most consumed on this date, such as food and fireworks, will not be an excuse … Read more

Half of married women in the US still let their partner make long-term financial decisions

Half of married women in the US still let their partner make long-term financial decisions

During the last two years, the effects of the covid-19 pandemic and the economic uncertainty that it has brought with it, markedly affected women’s attitudes about their financesaccording to a survey conducted by the financial services company UBS of 1,400 female investors. Although the majority of women surveyed recognize the power of financial commitment, half … Read more

The 10 US cities where property prices rose the most in June

The 10 US cities where property prices rose the most in June

A recent report from real estate broker Realtor.com says that during the month of June the average listing price of housing at the national level registered a year-on-year increase of 16.9%reaching a new high of $450,000, the highest ever recorded. Despite subdued demand, home prices have been on the rise due to the rise of … Read more

The 10 US cities where houses sell in 15 days or less

The 10 US cities where houses sell in 15 days or less

Homes in the United States real estate market continue to sell at rapid rates and, despite their relative cooling, cities persist in which houses are sold in 15 days or less. However, the average doubles this figure, since according to the specialized site Realtor.com, the average stay in the market during May was 31 days. … Read more

How to get the best deals on Amazon Prime Day

How to get the best deals on Amazon Prime Day

Going through sales from previous years might give you a better idea of ​​which products have the best discounts. Photo: Hadrian/Shutterstock Amazon Prime Day 2022 will take place on July 12 and 13although some offers have already been offered since June 21. However, the days of greatest number of offers will begin on July 12 … Read more

Large companies are innovating to avoid supply chain disruption

Large companies are innovating to avoid supply chain disruption

An analysis by IFS, the business consulting firm, indicates that large global companies are taking an increasing focus on adopting innovative measures to address supply chain disruption. According to the report, two-thirds (66%) of large companies globally say they now have more stock on hand compared to before the pandemicwith nearly one in five overall … Read more

CEOs lower expectations of US growth and assume uncertainty and volatility as major challenges: Deloitte survey

CEOs lower expectations of US growth and assume uncertainty and volatility as major challenges: Deloitte survey

The latest Fortune/Deloitte CEO Survey shows that as we head into the summer of 2022, CEOs are less optimistic, particularly about the global economy, where they see the inflation and geopolitical instability will have a significant impact on your business over the next 12 months. For the 116 leading CEOs representing more than 15 industries, … Read more

High gas prices could last until 2023

High gas prices could last until 2023

Gasoline prices have topped $5 a gallon across the country. Photo: CHARAN RATTANASUPPHASIRI / Shutterstock President Biden was asked how long gasoline prices would stay high, and according to Bloomberg, the president said: “As long as it takes, so that Russia cannot defeat Ukraine and advance beyond Ukraine”. The problem with this answer is that … Read more