The biggest risks of using fitness trackers to monitor health

Fitness trackers, which help monitor sleep quality, heart rate, and other biological metrics, are a popular way to help Americans improve their health and well-being. There are many types of trackers on the market, including those from well-known brands like Apple, Fitbit, Garmin, and Oura. While these devices are becoming increasingly popular—and have legitimate uses—consumers … Read more

Inflation is declining. Here’s what that means for your annual salary increase

Physics | iStock | Getty Images Inflation and annual wages are not in a one-to-one relationship. This became apparent to many workers last year when annual merit increases in salaries and wages were nowhere near the highest levels of inflation in four decades. Many employees stuck, even as wages increased by more than has been … Read more

Economies booming with Russian wealth and immigration

Russians cross the border between Russia and Georgia days after President Vladimir Putin announced a mobilization campaign on September 21. Daru Solakuri | Getty Images News | Getty Images While many economies are suffering from the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a select few countries are benefiting from the influx of Russian immigrants and … Read more

The first to hack the iPhone, the tech prodigy joins Musk’s Twitter to fix the search function

The game recognizes the game, and Elon Musk Brings talent to Twitter yet A large number of layoffs In the social media company that followed his takeover. George Hotez, who made a name for himself as one of the first people to jailbreak or hack IphoneJoin the 12-week training. The move came after Hotz shared … Read more

China may have ‘passed the point of no return’ with soaring rates of Covid infection

Macquarie’s chief China economist, Larry Hu, said surging Covid infections across mainland China was making it difficult for the government to achieve zero Covid without returning to a harsh lockdown. In the past few days, the number of daily cases has risen to around 28,000 or more — close to levels seen in April during … Read more

New Zealand interest rate hikes and inflation data

UBS expects to fully reopen China by the third quarter of 2023 UBS Wealth Management expects a full reopening of China by the third quarter of next year due to a number of factors. “We think time is needed for a government that wants to scrutinize public messages because [some] “The concerns among the Chinese … Read more

JPMorgan sees four possible outcomes for the economy, and only one of them is good

The global economy faces four possible scenarios in the future — none particularly great — although there is a 1 in 5 chance that a recession won’t take hold, according to economists at JPMorgan Chase. In the most likely case for the company, the United States would likely experience a downturn in the latter part … Read more

Asia-Pacific markets trade less; China keeps the LPR steady

Malaysia is seeing a sell-off in “sin” stocks after the right-wing party won more seats Stocks related to gambling and alcohol consumption sold off in Malaysia on Monday after an Islamist party won more seats than it held before Saturday’s election. In the past, Parti Islam Se-Malaysia, or PAS, has made it clear that it … Read more

Layoffs are increasing, and Main Street still can’t get anyone to take the jobs

A “Hiring Now” sign is displayed in the window of an IN-N-OUT fast food restaurant in Encinitas, Calif., May 9, 2022. Mike Blake | Reuters When it comes to salary, small business owners generally don’t play in the same league as large corporations. It’s even more difficult now in a tight labor market with higher … Read more

Rental growth slowed to an 18-month low

A “Now Leasing” sign is displayed in front of an apartment complex in Washington, D.C., on January 24, 2022. Stephanie Reynolds | AFP | Getty Images The hot rental market is finally starting to cool off along with the rest of the housing stock. Rents are still higher than they were a year ago, but … Read more