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Powell Says Factors Driving Inflation Should Be Temporary

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell described the outlook for inflation in the U.S. economy and said there are signs that prices that have moved up quickly should cease rising and retreat. Credit: Al Drago/Associated Press
By WSJ
updated16/06/2021 23:06

Elon Musk’s Power Over Crypto, Explained

Elon Musk’s comments on assets like bitcoin and dogecoin have helped send prices sky high – and crashing down – over the past year. WSJ explains Musk’s influence on cryptocurrency investors, and why some experts think the ‘Dogefather’ is taking investors for a ride. Photo illustration: Liz Ornitz
By WSJ
updated09/06/2021 12:06

Chips Are Difficult to Make, Even Harder During a Supply Crunch

A global chip shortage is affecting how quickly we can drive a car off the lot or buy a new laptop. WSJ visits a fabrication plant in Singapore to see the complex process of chip making and how one manufacturer is trying to overcome the shortage. Photo: Edwin Cheng for The Wall Street Journal
By WSJ
updated03/06/2021 13:06

What Your Breakfast Can Tell You About Inflation Worries

Rising costs for everyday foods like bacon and fruit have raised concerns about inflation. Here’s why you may be paying more for breakfast, and what that says about where prices might be heading in the future. Photo: Carter McCall/WSJ
By WSJ
updated02/06/2021 12:06

Bitcoin Volatility Signals a Long Road to Adoption

China’s recent warning on cryptocurrency sent the market in a tailspin. WSJ’s Aaron Back explains why the recent shake-ups in the value of bitcoin, dogecoin, ether and other cryptocurrencies may point to obstacles in mainstream acceptance. Photo: Dado Ruvic/Reuters
By WSJ
updated20/05/2021 1:05

How Vulnerable Is U.S. Energy Infrastructure to Future Cyberattacks?

A cyberattack on the U.S.’s largest fuel pipeline on May 7 forced a shutdown that triggered a spike in gas prices and shortages in parts of the Southeast. WSJ explains just how vulnerable the nation’s critical energy infrastructure is to attack. Photo illustration: Liz Ornitz/WSJ
By WSJ
updated17/05/2021 12:05

Video: Long Lines at Gas Stations Amid Pipeline Shutdown

Long lines formed at gas stations along the East Coast on Tuesday, as drivers made a run on gasoline amid fears of shortages due to the shutdown of the U.S.’s largest fuel pipeline following a cyberattack. Photo: Robin Rayne/ZUMA
By WSJ
updated12/05/2021 13:05

Video: Long Lines at Gas Stations Amid Pipeline Shutdown

Long lines formed at gas stations along the East Coast on Tuesday, as drivers made a run on gasoline amid fears of shortages due to the shutdown of the U.S.’s largest fuel pipeline following a cyberattack. Photo: Robin Rayne/ZUMA
By WSJ
updated12/05/2021 13:05

Roblox: The Free Videogame Platform That Became a $45 Billion Public Company

Rather than relying on Hollywood-like budgets to produce games, videogame company Roblox outsources the development to its mostly young players. WSJ meets a gamer making money from his creations and helping the publicly traded company attract new players. Photo: Roblox
By WSJ
updated10/05/2021 14:05

Why Your Electricity Bill May Be Higher Than Your Neighbor’s

Retail energy companies compete with local utilities to give U.S. consumers more choice. But in nearly every state where they operate, retailers have charged more than regulated incumbents, meaning you may be paying more for your electricity than your neighbors. Here’s why. Photo Illustration: Jacob Reynolds
By WSJ
updated03/05/2021 12:05

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