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How the super rich party at the Monaco Grand Prix
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | by ( Susan Griffin | )   time to read: +8 min
British driver Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes looks walks the drivers parade before the Formula 1 Grand Prix at the Circuit de Monaco on May 28, 2023. Here, designer stores, supercars, multi-million-dollar yachts and astronomically priced restaurants are ‘la norme’, but during the three-day Grand Prix, the eye-watering ostentation increases three-fold. Amber Lounge might be one of the most exclusive and expensive events taking place during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend, but Monte Carlo itself is a veritable party hub. “As a former resident, I can tell you there are two sides to the F1 Grand Prix arriving in Monaco. Fans watch the action during qualifying at the F1 Monaco Grand Prix.
Persons: , Tom Holland, Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Dan Mullan, revel, Cipriani, Sass Café, Max Verstappen, Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, Kylie Minogue, Prince Albert of Monaco, Eddie Irvine’s, Sonia, Amber, Lauren Green, Joash Lee, partygoers, Jax Jones, Monte, Bruce Bundrant, ” Bundrant, Ryan Pierse, Green, Organizations: CNN, Monaco, Prix, Circuit, Getty, Business Development, AS Monaco FC, Locations: Monte Carlo, British, Fairmont, Hôtel Hermitage, Hôtel, Paris, Le Meridien, Monaco, Singapore, Las Vegas, Abu Dhabi
Brandon Bell | Getty ImagesU.S. health officials are monitoring and preparing to combat bird flu in humans, even as they stress that the risk to the general public remains low. An Australian child was also recently infected with bird flu, the country announced on Tuesday. In rare cases, bird flu viruses spread to humans and can cause mild to severe symptoms that can require hospitalization. The Food and Drug Administration would need to approve bird flu vaccines before they roll out. Potential mRNA shotsU.S. health officials are also in talks with messenger RNA vaccine makers about potential bird flu shots for humans.
Persons: Brandon Bell, Andrew Pekosz, Pekosz, Peter Chin, That's, Hong Organizations: Getty, Disease Control, U.S ., Human Services Department, CNBC, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, CDC, HHS, NBC News, UCSF Health, Drug Administration, FDA, Pfizer, Moderna Locations: Quemado , Texas, Michigan, Australian, U.S
And this Memorial Day weekend could be a case in point: Travelers are expected to come out in record-setting droves. Three-plus years of high inflation have taken their toll on Americans’ budgets and, especially, their mindsets. Inflation has slowed during the past couple of years, pulling back significantly from its peak of 9.1% in June 2022. Americans, especially lower-income consumers, have pulled back spending at retailers as goods inflation outpaces wage growth. Pandemic-era savings have been spent while sticky inflation and high inflation rates eat into household budgets.
Persons: ” Gus Faucher, Price, ” Faucher, Taylor, it’s, , Ed Bastian, Swift, Delta, Taylor Swift’s, That’s, Kathleen Oberg, , Peter Kern Organizations: New, New York CNN, Transportation Security, TSA, PNC Financial Services, CNN, Consumer, Mickey Consumer, Commerce Department, Disney, Delta Air, ” United Airlines, Mastercard, Institute, Marriott International, Marriott, Expedia Group Locations: New York, United States, Hong Kong, Europe
Health professionals warn there may be a spike in Covid-19 cases this summer. Cases of the FLiRT variants, "whose label derives from the names of the mutations in the variants' genetic code," according to CNBC, are rising in the U.S. and Europe. In addition to masking in public spaces and staying up-to-date with your vaccinations, which experts often recommend during spikes in Covid cases, it may be helpful to bolster your immune system. Dr. William B. Miller Jr., an infectious disease expert and evolutionary biologist, thinks everyone should be boosting their immune system all year round, including the summer. "The only effective way to really boost your immune system is to adopt a steady rhythm," Miller told CNBC Make It last January.
Persons: William B, Miller Jr, Miller Organizations: CNBC Locations: U.S, Europe
India and Japan are two bright spots in Asia's "supremely interesting" markets, JPMorgan's Filippo Gori said at the bank's Global China Summit on Thursday, referring to the region's equity as well as deal-making landscape. India, which is very in high demand," Gori, co-head of global banking at JPMorgan, told CNBC. While mergers and acquisitions activity declined globally in 2023, Japan's deal value rose 23% from a year ago to about $123 billion, Bain & Company said in its Japan M&A report. "Japan's economy is uniquely well positioned for growth in M&A," the report said. Last year M&A deal value in India stood at $136 billion, a 27% drop for a year earlier, which was in line with the global decline in M&A activity, according to Deloitte's India M&A trends report.
Persons: Filippo Gori, Deloitte Organizations: Global China Summit, JPMorgan, CNBC, Japan's Nikkei, Bain & Company, Companies, China, Apple Locations: India, Japan, Gori, China
Countries around the globe have failed to reach consensus on the terms of a treaty that would unify the world in a strategy against the inevitable next pandemic, trumping the nationalist ethos that emerged during Covid-19. The deliberations, which were scheduled to be a central item at the weeklong meeting of the World Health Assembly beginning Monday in Geneva, aimed to correct the inequities in access to vaccines and treatments between wealthier nations and poorer ones that became glaringly apparent during the Covid pandemic. Although much of the urgency around Covid has faded since the treaty negotiations began two years ago, public health experts are still acutely aware of the pandemic potential of emerging pathogens, familiar threats like bird flu and mpox, and once-vanquished diseases like smallpox. “Those of us in public health recognize that another pandemic really could be around the corner,” said Loyce Pace, an assistant secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services, who oversees the negotiations in her role as the United States liaison to the World Health Organization.
Persons: Covid, , Loyce Pace Organizations: World Health, Department of Health, Human Services, World Health Organization Locations: Geneva, United States
As inflation lingers at a generational high, some stocks stand out for their ability to help investors hedge against the effect of high interest rates better than others. "What ensued was a massive negative correlation between the perception about interest rates and the valuation of growth companies from late in 2021." While a basket of high-quality growth stocks used to be negatively correlated to inflation, meaning their stock prices suffered as inflation turned higher, Trivariate says the relationship has since changed. "Today, the correlation of the high-quality growth basket to our inflation basket is zero," the firm said. In the same report, Trivariate Research shared its basket of high-quality names in the technology sector that have a near-zero correlation to its inflation basket.
Persons: Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley, Trivariate, Morgan Stanley —, Meta Marshall, Raymond James, there's, Simon Leopold, Michael Bloom Organizations: Research, Trivariate, Keysight Technologies, Technologies, JPMorgan, VMware, Broadcom Locations: United States
London CNN —When British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced on Wednesday that the United Kingdom would hold a general election on July 4, many observers wondered: why now? British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak delivers a speech calling for a general election, outside 10 Downing Street, in London on May 22. Their time in office didn’t begin formidably. In 2010, after 13 years of Labour rule, David Cameron won the general election but didn’t win a majority in parliament. Eventually, the Conservative Party had enough of the chaos and put Sunak in charge as a safe pair of hands.
Persons: Rishi Sunak, Keir Starmer, Sunak, Maja Smiejkowska, he’s, we’ve, ’ ” Sunak, didn’t, David Cameron, Cameron, Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Henry Nicholls, Liz Truss, , Starmer Organizations: London CNN, British, Conservative Party, Labour Party, Labour, International Monetary Fund, CNN, IMF, Liberal Democrats, Conservative, Vale, Glamorgan Brewery, Getty Locations: United Kingdom, London, Downing, Glamorgan, Barry, Wales, AFP, Rwanda, Sunak
The CVS pharmacy logo is displayed on a sign above a CVS Health Corp. store in Las Vegas, Nevada on Feb. 7, 2024. Pharmacy staff at two CVS retail stores in Rhode Island voted to join a new national pharmacy union on Friday, signaling growing momentum in a movement to help thousands of U.S. pharmacy workers address what they allege are unsafe working conditions. It comes a month after a CVS Omnicare pharmacy in Las Vegas — which is not customer facing — became the first location to join the union, known as The Pharmacy Guild. "These are the first brick-and-mortar classic CVS model" stores to join the union, Shane Jerominski, a community pharmacist and co-founder of The Pharmacy Guild, told CNBC. Many employees said the Covid-19 pandemic only exacerbated those issues, with new duties such as vaccinations and testing stretching pharmacy staff even thinner.
Persons: , Shane Jerominski, Jerominski Organizations: CVS Health Corp, Pharmacy, Westerly, CVS, CNBC, Walgreens, National Labor Relations, IAM Healthcare, Rite Aid Locations: Las Vegas , Nevada, Rhode, Wakefield, Las Vegas, U.S
Trump’s Pattern of Sowing Election Doubt Intensifies in 2024Former President Donald J. Trump has baselessly and publicly cast doubt about the fairness of the 2024 election about once a day, on average, since he announced his candidacy for president, according to an analysis by The New York Times. A line chart shows the number of times Donald J. Trump cast doubt on the fairness or integrity of the election during the 2016, 2020, and 2024 election cycles. Mr. Trump first raised questions about the 2016 election in August of that year, about 100 days before the election. About six weeks before Election Day in 2020, Mr. Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. “We want to make sure that the election is honest, and I’m not sure that it can be,” Mr. Trump said.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Trump’s, , Long, Biden, “ weaponizing, , ” Mr, General Merrick B, we’re, , TRUMP, “ You’ve, Hillary Clinton, Mr, I’m, ” —, I’ll, it’s Organizations: The New York Times, Trump, Mr, United States Capitol, White, Justice Department, Republican, Democratic, Electoral College, House, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Locations: Florida, Georgia, Manhattan, Ukraine
Road trips, in particular, are expected to set a record, which could send gas prices higher. But, just as a US president cannot solely take the blame for surging oil prices, nor can he or she, in most cases, be entirely credited for steadying prices. “This is a non-starter and won’t do much to lower gas prices,” GasBuddy’s Patrick DeHaan said. In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in 2022, Biden attempted to stem rising oil prices by authorizing the release of 180 million barrels of oil in coordination with US allies overseas. Gas prices have remained steady in recent weeks after rising sharply at the end of winter.
Persons: Biden, Jennifer Granholm, , ” GasBuddy’s Patrick DeHaan, Obama’s, Sandy, Tom Kloza, , Kloza, Matt Egan Organizations: CNN, AAA, Federal Aviation Administration, Gasoline Supply, , Congress, US Energy Information Administration, US Department of Energy, Oil Price Information Service Locations: New York, Maine, Ukraine
UK election 2024: Everything you need to know
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | by ( Rob Picheta | )   time to read: +11 min
Rishi Sunak’s rival for power is Labour leader Keir Starmer, who is heavily favored to become Britain’s new prime minister in July. Labour leader Keir Starmer -- the frontrunner in the election -- launches his campaign in Gillingham on Thursday. Given Labour’s standing in the polls, Starmer is more equipped to take the fight to other groups. In the UK, voters don’t elect a prime minister directly. But this is a formal role only; the King won’t contradict his prime minister or overrule the results of an election.
Persons: CNN —, Rishi Sunak, We’ll, Keir Starmer, Sunak, Downing, Maja Smiejkowska, – Sunak, Boris Johnson’s, Liz Truss, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Stefan Rousseau, Jeremy Corbyn, Theresa May, Sunak hasn’t, , Starmer, Henry Nicholls, Rishi Sunak’s, Gareth Fuller, Reform Party –, David Cameron, King Charles III, won’t Organizations: CNN, CNN — Britain’s, Labour, Reuters, Sunak’s Conservative Party, Liberal Democrats, Conservatives, Conservative, Party, Getty, European Union, Reform Party, Scottish National Party, Green Party, National Health Service Locations: Westminster, Rwanda, England, AFP, Gillingham, Gaza
Meanwhile, the details of our actual graduation ceremony became a mystery. Luckily, my high school decided to push our graduation to late July for an in-person ceremony. AdvertisementThose of us who persevered through the strange pandemic high school graduation are now graduating from college. The pandemic rippled throughout my college careerAfter my high school graduation, the awkward Zoom school years didn't end. After everything my class has been through, graduation felt more meaningful and lively.
Persons: , It'd, wasn't Organizations: Service, Sunrise, Business, New School, Gaza Locations: New Jersey, New York City
AFP Contributor | AFP | Getty ImagesA perfect storm in global trade is creating a shipping container capacity crunch, fueling a sudden and surprise spike in ocean freight rates. Xeneta ocean freight rates show the rallying spot market and the widening spread between spot and long-term rates. An increase in ocean freight rejections shows the imbalance. Logistics price increases are ultimately passed onto the consumer and the dizzying freight rates during the pandemic were among factors cited by the Federal Reserve as a cause of inflation. The International Chamber of Shipping, which represents major ocean carriers, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Persons: Emily Stausbøll, Stausbøll, Goetz Alebrand, Alebrand, Judah Levine, Freightos, Levine, Wan Hai, HLS, Drewry, Jonathan Gold Organizations: AFP, Getty, U.S ., Xeneta, DHL, Shipping, Americas, DHL Global, CNBC, Federal Reserve, Orient Star Group, MSC, Chamber of Shipping, Honour, Carriers, Maritime Locations: Qingdao, Shandong province, AFP, Asia, U.S . West Coast, U.S, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Panama, Latin America, Europe, Chongqing, East Asia, South America, Africa, U.S . East Coast
Toronto, the most populous city in Canada, will be home to the league’s 14th franchise, the WNBA announced Thursday at a news conference. AdvertisementLed by Toronto billionaire Larry Tanenbaum’s Kilmer Sports Venture, the unnamed franchise will use the 8,000-seat Coca-Cola Coliseum as its home arena. Tips off in 2026. — WNBA (@WNBA) May 23, 2024Teresa Resch, a former Raptors executive and the executive vice president for Kilmer Sports Venture, will serve as team president. Engelbert called it a “seminal moment” for Toronto in its feasibility to receive a WNBA expansion team. The WNBA team will add to the list of Toronto’s professional women’s sports franchises.
Persons: Larry Tanenbaum’s, Tanenbaum, ” Tanenbaum, , Justin Trudeau, Doug Ford, Olivia Chow, Masai Ujiri, Scottie Barnes, Kyle Lowry —, ” Trudeau Organizations: WNBA, Area, Toronto, Larry Tanenbaum’s Kilmer Sports Venture, Cola, Associated Press, University of Toronto’s, , Toronto Raptors, Raptors, Philadelphia 76ers Locations: United States, Toronto, Canada, Vancouver, Montreal, Ontario
For those outside the Westminster bubble, the announcement felt less like a starting pistol than a final gasp. But unlike Sunak, who with his wife Akshata Murty is worth an estimated £651 million ($828 million), most of us can’t afford it. The British economy never fully recovered from the 2008 recession and, consciously or not, most people still feel the sting every day. As Sam Knight recently noted in the New Yorker, the average British worker is estimated to be £14,000 ($17,800) worse off per year now than they would be if earnings had risen at pre-crisis rates. Her disastrous mini-budget wiped £30 billion off the UK economy that autumn, according to independent think tank Resolution Foundation, and sent interest rates rocketing.
Persons: Holly Thomas, Katie Couric, Rishi Sunak, Keir Starmer, Tony Blair, Akshata Murty, Sam Knight, Brexit, Liz Truss, It’s, there’s, , Boris Johnson, Johnson, who’d, that’s, Blair Organizations: Katie Couric Media, CNN, London CNN —, Conservative, Westminster, Labour, British Medical Association, BMA, Commission, Yorker, Evening, Office, National Statistics, Tory, Foundation Locations: London, Westminster, England, British, Europe, Rwanda
We're using the closing prices here to make it easier to detect a "bullish momentum divergence," which is where prices are trending down, but price momentum is actually trending higher. This disagreement between price and momentum often occurs at market lows and can serve as an important indicator of a trend rotation. In August-September 2023, this bullish divergence led to a 20% rally into year-end 2023. Off the COVID low in 2020, we've seen fairly consistent support around $110, which was last tested in March 2023. BEFORE MAKING ANY FINANCIAL DECISIONS, YOU SHOULD STRONGLY CONSIDER SEEKING ADVICE FROM YOUR OWN FINANCIAL OR INVESTMENT ADVISOR.
Persons: we've, David Keller Organizations: Arts, EA, Electronic Arts, RSI, CMT
CNN —There is a new coronavirus variant in town. Home tests will likely still detect KP.2, the new coronavirus variant. Grace Cary/Moment RF/Getty ImagesCNN: What should people know about this new variant, KP.2? Wen: Most people who contract the coronavirus will never know what variant is causing their symptoms. CNN: Who should take antiviral treatments if they contract Covid-19?
Persons: Leana Wen, Wen, Grace Cary, Covid Organizations: CNN, US Centers for Disease Control, KP, George Washington University, Getty, Alpha, Beta, CDC Locations: KP, United States, Delta, Covid
The announcement is in addition to another $4 billion cost-cutting effort, which Pfizer announced last year as demand for its Covid vaccine and oral drug Paxlovid slumped. One-time costs related to the initial stage of cuts are expected to be about $1.7 billion, including severance for an unspecified number of laid-off employees. Pfizer also expects the program to involve "product portfolio enhancements" and changes to the company's manufacturing and supply network, a spokesperson told CNBC. "The program will focus on streamlining our ways of working, reducing complexity and increasing productivity in Pfizer Global Supply," the spokesperson said in a statement. Pfizer is trying to shore up investor sentiment after its shares fell nearly 50% in 2023, making it the worst-performing pharmaceutical stock last year.
Persons: Paxlovid, Wall, Albert Bourla Organizations: Pfizer, CNBC, Pfizer Global Supply Locations: New York City
But before they pack their bags, they may want to read Japan's "Life and Work Guidebook," which is aimed at helping foreigners fit in. But the chapter on "Daily Rules and Customs" is where foreigners will find specific guidance on "life rules" that illustrate Japan's emphasis on collectivism and respect. Not only party and music levels should be kept to a minimum, but also "voices" and "TV" levels, the guidebook states. A Japanese guidebook for foreigners advises against making noise by using washing machines early in the morning or late at night. "Be sure that your music is not too loud and cannot be overheard outside of the earphones," the guidebook states.
Persons: they're, Recep Organizations: Japan's Immigration Services Agency, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cyclists, Getty, Foreigners Locations: Japan, Tokyo, Daj
US President Gerald Ford dances with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II during a state dinner in Washington, DC, in 1976. Jason Reed/Reuters The White House's State Dining Room is seen ahead of a state dinner honoring French President Emmanuel Macron in 2018. Paisley first performed at the White House in 2009 during the Obama administration as part of a music series. “Tomorrow night we’ve created an experience that will feature the beautiful scenes of the White House and the Washington Monument that few get to enjoy,” White House social secretary Carlos Elizondo said. Event planner Bryan Rafanelli also helped the White House plan for the state dinner.
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The ex-husband of a former BP mergers and acquisitions manager was sentenced to two years in federal prison for insider trading that netted him $1.76 million after he eavesdropped on her work calls about the oil giant buying another company. The ex-husband, Tyler Loudon, also was sentenced to one year of supervised release after his prison term and fined $10,000 by U.S. District Court Judge Sim Lake in Houston on Monday. The prison sentence was at the bottom end of the 24-to-30-month range requested by federal prosecutors. His purchases started after he secretly listened to his wife's work calls about BP buying TravelCenters and later discussed the deal with her in "normal" married-couple kinds of conversations, according to court records. Loudon's wife, who was not accused of wrongdoing, reported his actions to her BP supervisor, but she ended up getting fired later, court records show.
Persons: eavesdropped, Tyler Loudon, Sim Lake, Loudon's, Peter Zeidenberg, Lake, Loudon, Mr, Tyler, Zeidenberg Organizations: U.S, BP, Industry, Authority, CNBC Locations: Houston, Loudon, TravelCenters, America
Three sources told the Times that Shanahan and Musk had an affair in December 2021 during a private party in Miami. Advertisement"Ms. Shanahan later told Mr. Brin that she had had sex with Mr. Musk, three of the people said. She also relayed the details to friends, family and advisers," the Times reported. Representatives for Shanahan, Musk, and Brin did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment ahead of publication. In response to questions from a The New York Times reporter, Shanahan said she was "shocked the NYT is letting you run something like this."
Persons: , Nicole Shanahan, Elon Musk, Sergey Brin, Tesla, Shanahan, Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Brin, Musk, it's, Ian Tuttle, Anna Webber, Grimes, Sergey, Nicole, Walter Isaacson Organizations: Service, New York Times, Business, Times, Drug Enforcement, Variety, Street Journal, Shanahan Locations: Miami
LONDON — New strains of Covid-19 are spreading globally, raising concerns among health professionals about a possible summer spike in cases, four-and-a-half years since the onset of the pandemic. The FLiRT variants — whose label derives from the names of the mutations in the variants' genetic code — have been rising in the U.S. and Europe as the coronavirus continues to mutate from earlier strains. Cases of KP.1.1, another FLiRT variant, have also risen to account for 7.1% of current infections, the agency said. In Europe, too, cases have been rising, with the new variant now detected in 14 countries. The World Health Organization in its latest update earlier this month said that cases remain limited in all reporting countries.
Persons: John Organizations: omicron, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization Locations: U.S, Europe
Sales of homes priced below $100,000 fell 7.1% year over year, while sales of those priced over $1 million jumped 40%. The median price of an existing home sold in April was $407,600, an increase of 5.7% year over year. The median price in the Northeast was $458,500, up 8.5% year over year. The median price in the West was $629,600, up 9.3% from April 2023. Correction: The supply of homes priced at more than $1 million was up 34% year over year.
Persons: Lawrence Yun, Yun Organizations: National Association of Realtors, Realtors Locations: Issaquah Highlands, Issaquah , Washington, US, Midwest, West
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