S&P 500   3,585.62
DOW   28,725.51
QQQ   267.26
Why This Bear Market Is Not Even Close to Being Done…
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Denmark says Nord Stream 1 natural gas pipeline has also stopped leaking
Denmark says Nord Stream 1 pipelines stop leaking
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Brazil holds historic election with Lula against Bolsonaro
US shift away from coal hits tribal community in New Mexico
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Tesla sales bounce back in Q3 but fall short of estimates
Allies aim for risky Russian oil price cap as winter nears
S&P 500   3,585.62
DOW   28,725.51
QQQ   267.26
Why This Bear Market Is Not Even Close to Being Done…
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Denmark says Nord Stream 1 natural gas pipeline has also stopped leaking
Denmark says Nord Stream 1 pipelines stop leaking
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Brazil holds historic election with Lula against Bolsonaro
US shift away from coal hits tribal community in New Mexico
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Tesla sales bounce back in Q3 but fall short of estimates
Allies aim for risky Russian oil price cap as winter nears
S&P 500   3,585.62
DOW   28,725.51
QQQ   267.26
Why This Bear Market Is Not Even Close to Being Done…
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Denmark says Nord Stream 1 natural gas pipeline has also stopped leaking
Denmark says Nord Stream 1 pipelines stop leaking
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Brazil holds historic election with Lula against Bolsonaro
US shift away from coal hits tribal community in New Mexico
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Tesla sales bounce back in Q3 but fall short of estimates
Allies aim for risky Russian oil price cap as winter nears
S&P 500   3,585.62
DOW   28,725.51
QQQ   267.26
Why This Bear Market Is Not Even Close to Being Done…
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Denmark says Nord Stream 1 natural gas pipeline has also stopped leaking
Denmark says Nord Stream 1 pipelines stop leaking
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Brazil holds historic election with Lula against Bolsonaro
US shift away from coal hits tribal community in New Mexico
New Battery Tech to “Eat Lithium’s Lunch”? (Ad)
Tesla sales bounce back in Q3 but fall short of estimates
Allies aim for risky Russian oil price cap as winter nears

Yellen to visit North Carolina ahead of tight midterm races

Janet Yellen
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen smiles as she walks to attend a meeting with Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Friday, Sept. 16, 2022, at Treasury Department in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen heads to the Durham, North Carolina, area next Tuesday as part of her ongoing tour to promote the Biden administration's legislative agenda ahead of the midterm elections.

Visiting a state with several tight races in the offing, Yellen will focus on record climate investments of $375 billion over the next decade through the so-called Inflation Reduction Act.

Yellen plans to tour a renewable energy facility, meet with local business leaders and elected officials, and give a speech about the potential economic crisis that could be caused by unmitigated climate change, the Treasury Department said.

Her agency has been tasked with implementing a new tax credit for U.S. buyers of qualifying electric vehicles made in North America through the Democrats' latest law.

Yellen said at a conference hosted by The Atlantic magazine on Thursday that elected leaders need to ensure that “as we transition to clean energy, the communities that are dependent on fossil fuels aren't left behind."

“I really think that's contributed to polarization in the country,” she said.

Yellen’s visit is part of a monthlong national tour she is making as well as a larger White House campaign to highlight new laws passed to boost the economy, spur computer chip manufacturing and revamp the country’s infrastructure.

North Carolina this year has tight races for the U.S. Senate, two state Supreme Court seats and a state legislative contest that will determine whether Republicans gain the seats they need to override the Democratic governor’s veto.

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Associated Press reporter Hannah Schoenbaum in Raleigh, North Carolina, contributed to this report.

7 Sports Betting Stocks to Buy for Their Long-Term Possibilities

Since 2018, one of the most compelling sectors for growth-oriented investors is the sports betting sector. That was the year the U.S. Supreme Court allowed states to legalize sports betting. Since then 30 states have taken that step including New York and New Jersey which are two key markets. In fact, the state of New York broke a record when it legalized online sports betting in January 2022.

This makes it a good time to consider investing in sports betting stocks. Many of these stocks are trading at significant discounts as part of the broad market sell-off. The reason for this is competition. There are a nearly endless number of online sportsbooks competing for consumer dollars.

And it would appear there's enough revenue to go around. According to Data Bridge Market Research, the global sports betting market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 10.26% between now and 2029.

With that said, sports betting stocks are definitely risk-on assets. And the payoff may be years away.  But if you have time and have a tolerance for risk, here are seven sports betting stocks to consider for solid upside gains.

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