The door slams on the Fed’s “put” as the pain of the market takes a back seat to the fight against inflation

WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 (Reuters) – In the month since Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell established a hard line on inflation, stocks have taken double-digit losses, opened gulfs in global currency markets, and safer US government debt yields have it has risen to its highest levels since the dark days of the financial crisis nearly a … Read more

The IMF and Moody’s censor British policy that has sparked market turmoil

The IMF “does not recommend” policies such as the UK growth plan Moody’s: economic plan is ‘negative growth’ Pound traded 0.5% lower to $ 1.0681 Bond strategists warn that the market is almost non-negotiable LONDON, Sept. 28 (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund and rating agency Moody’s have stepped up pressure on Britain to reverse … Read more

Analysis: Nord Stream gas leaks raise climate concerns, but have an impact that is difficult to quantify

Sep 27 (Reuters) – Unexplained leaks in two Russian gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea are generating greenhouse gas emissions, raising fears that the disruption could cause a climate calamity, although it is not yet clear to what extent. Neither pipeline was in operation, but both contained natural gas, which is largely composed of methane, … Read more

Explanation: how methane leaks accelerate global warming

Sep 27 (Reuters) – Methane leaks have emerged as a major threat to the global climate, with the latest incident involving two Russian gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea that have been at the center of an energy crisis since Russia invaded Ukraine. Methane, the main component of natural gas, can leak from pipelines and … Read more

Eisai, Biogen say the Alzheimer’s drug manages to slow cognitive decline

Sep 27 (Reuters) – Eisai Co Ltd (4523.T) and Biogen Inc (BIIB.O) said on Tuesday that their investigational Alzheimer’s drug significantly slowed cognitive and functional decline in a large study involving patients in the early stages of the disease, scoring a rare victory in a field littered with failed drugs. The drug, lecanemab, slowed the … Read more

Research reveals how the cancer gene affects genetic variability in prostate cancer

Researchers from the Barts Cancer Institute (BCI) of Queen Mary University of London, the Italian Institute of Genomic Medicine and the University of Milan have identified a new role for a carcinogenic gene in controlling an important genetic process underlying genetic variation. prostate cancer. The results, published today in Cellular reportsreveal how the gene influences … Read more

Research brings us closer to optimizing treatments for children with retinoblastoma

Retinoblastoma is an eye cancer that occurs in infants and young children and can lead to loss of vision, loss of one or both eyes, and even death. Unlike most cancers, these cannot be biopsied due to the risk of spreading the cancer to the rest of the body. In 2017, Jesse Berry, MD, eye … Read more

EXCLUSIVE US seeks allies as split over global plastic pollution treaty emerges

WASHINGTON DC, Sept. 27 (Reuters) – The United States is trying to form a coalition of countries to lead negotiations on a global plastic pollution treaty, weeks after launching a similar group involving several other G7 nations. according to a document seen by Reuters. The move underscores its willingness to keep the treaty’s focus on … Read more

NIH initiative to systematically investigate and establish the function of each human gene

Press release Tuesday 27 September 2022 The Molecular Phenotypes of Null Alleles in Cells program will first examine the protein-coding genes. The National Institutes of Health is launching a program to better understand the function of each human gene and generate a catalog of the molecular and cellular consequences of each gene’s inactivation. The Molecular … Read more

Reversing the collapse of confidence in the UK requires a U-turn of policy: economists

LONDON, Sept. 27 (Reuters) – Investor confidence in Britain will only recover if Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng cancels the economic plan that sparked such turmoil in financial markets, leading economists, investors and banks warned Tuesday. The pound hit an all-time low of $ 1.0327 on Monday and British government bonds sold at a ferocious pace … Read more