Posts Tagged ‘yields’

Stocks Rise, Bond Yields Rise With December’s Upcoming Price Data in Focus

NEW YORK, LONDON—Wall Street’s major stock averages closed higher on Tuesday, steadying in the afternoon after early volatility while Treasury yields rose as investors waited anxiously for U.S. inflation data due later in the week. The U.S. dollar was little changed versus the euro and other major currencies, hovering close to its weakest level in […]

Cooper’s Ferry Site Yields Oldest Stone Weaponry Found in the Americas

Examination of stone tools excavated at the Cooper Ferry’s site in Idaho has revealed the presence of humans in North America 16,000 years ago.  Read more Section:  Artifacts Ancient Technology News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

Organic Farming Yields 40% More Crops Than Conventional Farming During Drought

GAIA RISING: Report – Organic Farming Yields 40% More Crops Than Conventional Farming During Drought SM  Source – “…A recently released report that took four decades to complete has shown that organic farming produced 40 percent more yields during stressful drought periods compared to conventional farming…Organic farming does not leak toxic compounds into nearby waterways, […]

10-Year Yields Highest Since 2011 Before Expected Fed Rate Hike

NEW YORK—Benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury yields jumped to their highest level since 2011 on Monday as investors adjusted for the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will hike rates higher and for longer than previously expected as inflation remains near multi-decade highs. Data last week showed higher-than-expected consumer prices in August, dashing hopes that the worst […]

Wall Street Opens Nearly Flat as Bond Yields Climb

Wall Street’s main indexes were nearly flat at the open on Wednesday as bond yields continued to rise with investors pricing in aggressive moves by the Federal Reserve to suppress inflation. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.33 points at the open to 31,145.63. The S&P 500 opened higher by 1.24 points, or 0.03 percent, […]

East Yorkshire Site Yields a Possible Medieval Alehouse or Hostel

At a site in East Yorkshire, an archaeological dig has been in progress for three weeks to uncover the secrets of a medieval village.  Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology History Ancient Traditions Read Later 

Sustainable Practices, Less Chemical Fertilizer Lead To Higher Crop Yields

In farming, high crop yields are often associated with the use of human-made fertilizers. But what if these abundant results could instead be achieved by using farming practices that were more environmentally friendly? An extensive new study of 30 farms in Africa and Europe has shown that the combination of small amounts of fertilizer with natural farming methods […]

“Panic”: Yields Soar After WSJ “Fed Leaker” Says Odds Rising Of 75bps Rate Hike

The WSJ’s in-house Fed leaker whisperer, Nick Timiraos, who has repeatedly been used by the Fed to strategically leak key guidance to the market, just unleashed hell when he warned that the “string of troubling inflation reports in recent days is likely to lead Federal Reserve officials to consider surprising markets with a larger-than-expected 0.75-percentage-point […]

Trash Pile At Temple of Hatshepsut Yields A Heap Of Hathor Artifacts

Polish archaeologists in Egypt were supporting a tomb ceiling when they realized that beneath their feet lay an unknown treasure trove. They had inadvertently discovered an ancient temple dump and strewn among the shattered ancient objects they excavated hundreds of votive offerings to the mistress of love, the goddess Hathor. In 1961, the Polish professor […]

Postal Banking Test In The Bronx Yields No Customers

Above photo: While 9.4 percent of New York City households have no bank account, in the Bronx that number nearly doubles to 17.7 percent. Anthony Behar/SIPA USA via AP images. From September 13 to October 31, not a single customer put a paycheck on a gift card in one of the four test locations. New […]

Jute Cemetery Find Yields Evidence of 5th Century English Origins

Archaeologists in England are calling their discovery “one of the most important” for decades. The ancient cemetery didn’t only date back to the Neolithic period, but it held the bodies of 40 men, women and children from two periods of English history, including the bodies of the first English speaking people in Britain. English origins […]

Hyena Cave in Saudi Arabia Yields Huge Pile of Animal and Human Bones

A team of international scientists searching inside a Saudi Arabian cave made by ancient lava flow found one of the most substantial collections of human and animal bones ever assembled. Deep inside a lava tube known as Umm Jirsan in northwest Saudi Arabia, they discovered tens of thousands of dried bones piled up and spread […]

Archaeology Hot Spot on St. Cyricus Yields Yet Another Greek Treasure

Over the last few years, excavations on St. Cyricus, near the  Bulgarian town of Sozopol, have been particularly fruitful, unearthing a long and eventful history in the area. Now, on the St. Cyricus island-turned-peninsula, located on the southwestern Black Sea coast in  Bulgaria, archaeologists have discovered a 2,500-year-old terracotta relief that includes a depiction of ancient […]

Bohemian Grave Yields Rare and Fascinating Artifacts

Archaeologists in the Czech Republic have published their findings of a 1,600-year-old grave site discovered in 2019 in what was once eastern Bohemia. If the six graves found, five had already become victim to the vulturous grave robbers, but one belonged to a woman and was found intact with a series of unexpected artifacts. Unearthing […]

Ancient Siberian Carved Mammoth Ivory Yields Amazing New Information!

A team of Siberian archaeologists has studied a collection of 24,000-year-old mammoth ivory revealing hitherto unknown secrets of ancient craft technologies. The year 2020 has produced a number of incredible scientific papers about ancient mammoths and their interactions with early humans. Topics covered in these papers include the oldest mammoth traps ever discovered in Mexico, […]

Trump Outlines ‘America First’ Energy Plan: Coal, Oil, Gas

Trump Outlines ‘America First’ Energy Plan: Coal, Oil, Gas May 26th, 2016 Disclosure: I sell solar power systems in New Zealand. — Ok. Well. Here we go. Solar and wind are already cheaper in some markets than coal and they are just getting started. […]

Iranian natural gas may go to EU through Turkey

     Iran has indicated willingness to pipe its natural gas to Europe through Turkey once the sanctions against the Islamic Republic are lifted. Javad Amin Mansour, the director of Trade and Energy Affairs Negotiations Department of Iran’s Foreign Ministry, has been quoted by the media as saying that a plan to the same effect is […]

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