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European companies are reconsidering their plans for a “closed” China

Foreign direct investment from Germany to China rose about 30 percent year-on-year in the first eight months of the year, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce said on Monday. vcg | Visual China Group | Getty Images BEIJING — European companies in China are rethinking their market plans after this year’s Covid controls further isolated the …

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Grocers rely on technology to overcome ‘extreme obstacles’, but does the strategy pay off or cost more?

According to the trade group’s recently released annual survey The food retail speaks,Investing in technology could be the key to overcoming these challenges – but at what cost? “Rapid adoption of technology was and is a key component”to overcome challenges​ Leslie Sarasin, President and CEO of FMI, noted that retailers and suppliers looking to balance …

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Grocers rely on technology to overcome ‘extreme obstacles’, but does the strategy pay off or cost more?

According to the trade group’s recently released annual survey The food retail speaks,Investing in technology could be the key to overcoming these challenges – but at what cost? “Rapid adoption of technology was and is a key component”to overcome challenges​ Leslie Sarasin, President and CEO of FMI, noted that retailers and suppliers looking to balance …

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Dark berry blend linked to improved sleep, stress and physical health

Young Living, a Lehi, UT-based multi-level marketing company, recently released the results of a study focused on its antioxidant berry beverage, NingXia Red. The study, conducted by the Franklin Health Research Center, was published in Advances in Integrative Medicine.​ The drink, which is rich in antioxidants, reduces oxidative stress, promotes well-being and supports the immune …

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China’s tourism receipts were below pre-Covid 2019 levels amid lockdowns

National tourism revenue for the long weekend that ended Monday hit 28.68 billion yuan ($4.16 billion), just 60.6% of pre-pandemic levels in 2019, according to China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Pictured here are visitors to the Nantong Intercontinental Green Expo Park in Jiangsu province on September 11, 2022. vcg | Visual China Group | …

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4 takeaways from Tuesday’s ‘morning meeting’ of the Investing Club

Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club hosts a “Morning Meeting” live stream with Jim Cramer at 10:20 am ET. Here is a recap of Tuesday’s key moments: The oscillator says the market is still oversold. Our trades on DVN and CRM Labor Day. Bond yields rose after stronger-than-expected August ISM data. Investors are looking forward …

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4 takeaways from Thursday’s ‘morning meeting’ of the Investing Club

Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club hosts a “Morning Meeting” live stream with Jim Cramer at 10:20 am ET. Here’s a recap of Thursday’s key moments: Shares fall for fifth straight day Nvidia tumbles as US restricts sales in China Meta to lean on new quick hits from monetization club Stocks: DIS, DHR, COST 1 …

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3 takeaways from Wednesday’s ‘morning meeting’ of the Investing Club

Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club hosts a “Morning Meeting” live stream with Jim Cramer at 10:20 am ET. Here’s a recap of Wednesday’s key moments: Jim’s favorite indicator in oversold territory Two stocks the club is buying Where we are at Disney 1. Jim’s Favorite Oversold Indicator Stocks were in and out of the …

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Study finds link between ultra-processed foods and mental health

Almost one in five adults lives with a mental illness, such as depression or anxiety, which is a leading cause of morbidity, disability and mortality, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. At the same time, consumption of ultra-processed foods in the US has reached record levels. Researchers at Florida Atlantic University’s Schmidt College …

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