NTD Business Full Broadcast (July 18)

Paul Greaney
By Paul Greaney
July 18, 2022NTD Business
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Your dollars won’t buy you much more of anything these days, but they will buy you more euros, pounds, and yen. What risks does a “strong” U.S. dollar pose to the global economy?

The European Union could face a recession if Russia cuts off its supply of natural gas. Will Russia do it?

Chinese regulators stepping up efforts to help property developers, as a growing number of homebuyers refuse to make mortgage payments.

Social media is making young people feel bad about their wallets. We have the details on a new survey.

Chicago celebrates National Ice Cream Day at a new museum, featuring ice cream treats and pools filled with sprinkles.

Topics in this episode:

1. Homebuilder Sentiment Plunges in July: NAHB
2. Fed Signals 0.75 Percentage-Point Hike
3. Is a ‘Strong’ Dollar a Problem for the World?
4. China Ups Loan-Support Efforts for Developers
5. Economist: EU Faces Recession if Russia Cuts Off Gas Supply
6. Munich Pub Trades Beer for Scarce Cooking Oil
7. BoA and Goldman Earnings Continue Trend
8. Chip Shortage Impacts Car Safety Features
9. Boeing Announces Delta Order at Air Show
10. Worst Airports to Fly Out of This Summer
11. Negative Money Feelings Due to Social Media
12. Skittles Unsafe for Consumers, Lawsuit Charges
13. Museum of Ice Cream Brings Out Inner Child

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