Bank of America upgrades Carvana, says it has the inventory to meet booming demand for used cars

Carvana is well-positioned to benefit from a growing shortage of used cars in the United States, according to a note from Bank of America. Analyst Nate Schindler upgraded the retailer’s stock to buy from neutral on Monday, citing the company’s inventory as a plus. Used car supply is tight and prices are jumping in the… Continue reading Bank of America upgrades Carvana, says it has the inventory to meet booming demand for used cars

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President Biden’s Address To Congress, Annotated

America is on the move again,” President Biden said in his first joint address to Congress Wednesday night, remarks given amid the coronavirus pandemic. The speech came about 100 days into his presidency, and was delivered to a Capitol chamber with reduced occupancy, as a result of the pandemic. Sen. Scott’s Republican Response To Biden’s… Continue reading President Biden’s Address To Congress, Annotated

America Ferrera Reflects on 20-Year Acting Career in Inspiring Post

America Ferrera has come a long way. The 37-year-old star reflected on her career in Hollywood, celebrating 20 years since her “first day as a working actress.” Ferrera posted a handful of photos from her Disney Channel movie, Gotta Kick It Up!, along with an inspiring message. “20 years ago today was my first day… Continue reading America Ferrera Reflects on 20-Year Acting Career in Inspiring Post

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Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Bank of America, Coinbase, Dell and more

Bank of America (BAC) – The strong start to earnings season from Wall Street banks continued with a beat on the top and bottom lines for Bank of America. The bank released $2.7 billion in reserves for loan losses, boosting its earnings. Shares rose 1.2% before the bell. Coinbase (COIN) – The cryptocurrency exchange continued… Continue reading Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Bank of America, Coinbase, Dell and more

Stevie Wonder to move permanently to Ghana over racial injustice in America

Music legend Stevie Wonder said he is planning to move permanently to Ghana over racial injustice in the United States. Stevie Wonder revealed plans to move permanently to Ghana in Oprah Winfrey’s show, ‘The Oprah Conversation’. According to him, he is tired of racial injustice in America and doesn’t want his descendants to beg for… Continue reading Stevie Wonder to move permanently to Ghana over racial injustice in America

Op-Ed: Xi is positioning China as the world’s indispensable economy — and Biden’s greatest challenge

It’s now Biden’s America, but whose world will it be? Expect China’s President Xi Jinping to answer that question unequivocally on Monday with his keynote at the World Economic Forum’s first global virtual meeting. It will leave little doubt that managing relations with China will be both President Joe Biden’s most immediate and most defining… Continue reading Op-Ed: Xi is positioning China as the world’s indispensable economy — and Biden’s greatest challenge

The Lies We Tell Ourselves About Race

Demonstrators attempt to breach the U.S. Capitol after they earlier stormed the building in Washington, DC, U.S., on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. The U.S. Capitol was placed under lockdown and Vice President Mike Pence left the floor of Congress as hundreds of protesters swarmed past barricades surrounding the building where lawmakers were debating Joe Biden's victory in the Electoral College. Photographer: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images

There is a lie some Americans tell themselves when America is on its worst behavior: “This isn’t America!” or “This isn’t who we are!” or “We’re better than this!” You heard versions of this lie again this week after armed insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol on urging from President Trump, attempting to undo the results… Continue reading The Lies We Tell Ourselves About Race

Deadliest place in America: They shrugged off the pandemic, then their family and friends started dying

QUINTER, Kansas — Sitting in the front seat of a red pickup as wind-whipped sorghum husks fly down Main Street like snowflakes, Ivy Charles fingers the white surgical mask slipped down beneath her chin. “He was a puzzle piece who can never be replaced,” she says, tears welling into her tired eyes. “He was supposed… Continue reading Deadliest place in America: They shrugged off the pandemic, then their family and friends started dying

Biden’s ‘America is back’ is good news for Germany

President-elect Joe Biden’s signaling of a shift in America’s foreign policy objectives is welcome news in Berlin.German officials have fretted over the possibility of further tariffs on their exports.Biden said he will turn away from outgoing President Donald Trump’s “America First” strategy to a more outward-looking U.S. that seems eager to lead, and to embrace… Continue reading Biden’s ‘America is back’ is good news for Germany