The Ukraine war has sent oil soaring to its highest since 2008 and sparked fears about 'stagflation'. Here's what that is, and why it's investors' worst nightmare.

As oil rises to levels last seen in 2008, economists warn the world could be headed for "stagflation" — a term that sends shivers down investors' spines.
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The Ukraine war has sent oil soaring to its highest since 2008 and sparked fears about 'stagflation'. Here's what that is, and why it's investors' worst nightmare.

The Ukraine war has sent oil soaring to its highest since 2008 and sparked fears about 'stagflation'. Here's what that is, and why it's investors' worst nightmare.

As oil rises to levels last seen in 2008, economists warn the world could be headed for "stagflation" — a term that sends shivers down investors' spines.

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This fine-art shipping startup counts Sotheby's and Christie's among its customers. We got an exclusive look at the 18-slide pitch deck Convelio used to raise $35 million.
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This fine-art shipping startup counts Sotheby's and Christie's among its customers. We got an exclusive look at the 18-slide pitch deck Convelio used to raise $35 million.

Convelio uses algorithms to offer competitive shipping costs to auction houses, galleries, and private art collectors looking to move art.

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Moscow's stock market saw its longest shutdown, the ruble crashed 30%, and oil surged toward $120 as sanctions bit. Here are the top 10 seismic market moments after Russia invaded Ukraine.

Moscow's stock market saw its longest shutdown, the ruble crashed 30%, and oil surged toward $120 as sanctions bit. Here are the top 10 seismic market moments after Russia invaded Ukraine.

Being the world's 2nd-largest oil producer, Russia's war in Europe presents added uncertainty and the possibility of supply shocks to energy.

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Airbnb hosts are earning more than ever before, with the typical host netting $13,800 last year — 85% more than before the pandemic
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Airbnb hosts are earning more than ever before, with the typical host netting $13,800 last year — 85% more than before the pandemic

After lockdowns, everyone wanted to go on vacation or work remotely, sparking a surge in short-term-rental bookings and more revenue for Airbnb hosts.

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The owner of a haircare brand for Black men explains the 3 winning strategies he used to get it stocked in 500 Target stores

The owner of a haircare brand for Black men explains the 3 winning strategies he used to get it stocked in 500 Target stores

"There are so many brands out there that are trying to speak to us or on our behalf when in reality, it isn't a true depiction," Michael James said.

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GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 50 high-dividend growth stocks trading at large discounts to the S&P 500 as they have historically outperformed the market in periods of hot inflation
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GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 50 high-dividend growth stocks trading at large discounts to the S&P 500 as they have historically outperformed the market in periods of hot inflation

Goldman Sachs says these 50 stocks are expected to raise their dividends by an annualized rate of 11% through 2023 based on consensus.

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Russia's invasion of Ukraine aggravated already-soaring lumber prices, and they're about to start seeing even bigger swings

Russia's invasion of Ukraine aggravated already-soaring lumber prices, and they're about to start seeing even bigger swings

Calls for tougher sanctions on Russia, the world's top lumber exporter, come as prices are 15% below their peak and may soon get more volatile.

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6 companies and nonprofits with a minimum salary of $60,000 a year or more
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6 companies and nonprofits with a minimum salary of $60,000 a year or more

In 2015, Dan Price, CEO of Gravity Payments, announced he would raise employees' pay to $70,000 a year. Other companies have since followed suit.

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A 25-year Wall Street veteran breaks down 2 commodities strategies as prices soar amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine — and shares 5 altcoins to watch as their decoupling from bitcoin remains in the early innings
I'm a 36-year-old lawyer making $154,000. My salary journey over 7 years is a story of learning my self-worth.
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I'm a 36-year-old lawyer making $154,000. My salary journey over 7 years is a story of learning my self-worth.

I decided to become a lawyer for one reason: I wanted to make money. But over the years, I've realized I care about being appreciated.

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