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NewsWatch: There’s something different about the meme-stock sequel


The meme-stock madness has returned, but it’s a little bit different this time. See full story.

Consumers are feeling the pinch from higher inflation, U.S. sentiment survey shows, and they don’t like it

Rising inflation has cast a shadow over the U.S. economic recovery as Americans pay higher prices for a variety of goods and services ranging from steaks to used cars to plane tickets, according to a closely followed consumer survey. See full story.

The pandemic PC boom is still happening, but twin dangers loom

Three personal computer makers reported strong results on Thursday, as consumers continued to buy new systems for home, even as the world starts to open up again from the pandemic. But there are some signs that the big boom may be coming to an end. See full story.

Should you buy Tesla stock? It depends how far into the future you’re willing to look

The electric-vehicle icon has had lots of success, but its shares have languished in 2021. See full story.

Germany to offer COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12 from June

Germany will start offering COVID-19 vaccines to children as young as 12 from next month, pending a decision by the European drugs regulator, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced. See full story.


‘Meat prices are often more volatile than some other food price categories.’ See full story.

: Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine authorized for use in the U.K.

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