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Oil prices will head back toward $100 per barrel as a supply crunch returns to the energy market, JPMorgan says

Oil tanker unloads crude oil at a crude oil terminal in ZhoushanThomson Reuters Brent oil prices could head back toward $100 a barrel as supply grows tighter in the coming months, JPMorgan said. Analysts expect oil demand to rebound by about 1.5 million a barrels in the last quarter of this year. Meanwhile, releases from the US Strategic Petroleum...

A Russian crime boss was killed in Ukraine after being recruited from prison to fight in the war, report says

Smoke rises from Bakhmut, Donetsk region, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine on September 15, 2022.Juan Barreto/AFP via Getty Images The boss of a Russian crime gang was serving a 23-year jail term when he requested to fight in Ukraine. He went to the frontline by the shadowy Wagner Group, who had been recruiting prisoners to fight. Igor Kusk died...

Meet a government worker who regrets refinancing her student debt because she didn't know it would block her from federal loan forgiveness: 'I never would have done that'

Getty Images Tanya Burnett, a federal government worker, refinanced her student debt into private loans in 2016. She wasn't aware at the time that doing so would block her from Biden's recent federal loan forgiveness. While she's happy for borrowers getting relief, she wishes public servants who refinanced could also experience it. Most student-loan...

Markets will get 'Fed up' with too much tightening if growth slows as Powell shows most resolve since Paul Volcker, BlackRock says

Paul Volcker, former Fed Chair 1979 to 1987.Bettmann / Getty Images Slow growth and too much tightening from the Fed will frustrate markets and the economy, BlackRock says.  "Still, we do think that markets, and consequently the economy, will become 'Fed up' with too much tightening," according to a note. The current Fed's campaign to tackle inflation...

A 44-year-old mom of 3 made $735,000 last year from a reselling business she launched using just the clothes in her closet

Mona Mejia Mona Mejia, 44, was a stay-at-home mom when she began reselling on Poshmark in 2015. She earned $735,000 last year selling on social media livestreams and through brand partnerships.  She's confident others can have similar success as well, but it doesn't happen overnight.  Before 2015, Mona Mejia's full-time job was taking care of her...

Goldman Sachs insiders are concerned about CEO David Solomon's push to build his personal brand

Hi, I'm Matt Turner, the editor in chief of business at Insider. Welcome back to Insider Weekly, a roundup of some of our top stories. On the agenda today:Goldman Sachs insiders are concerned about CEO David Solomon's push to build his personal brand.Wall Street's biggest investors fear an economic nightmare is coming. They may be right.Some companies...

A Gen Z cashier making $13 an hour says she 'acts her wage' to protect her mental health: 'This is not the sum total of your entire life. This is literally just a job.'

Claire (not pictured) makes $13 an hour as a cashier.andresr/Getty Images Claire, a 22-year-old cashier, does the job she was hired to do — nothing more, nothing less. More people are embracing "acting their wage" by not doing work outside their job description. She said that Gen Z has a different approach to work and more separation from employers....

Biden made a major dent in the student debt crisis — and it's time he does the same for the growing medical debt load in the US, attorneys and advocates say

The medical debt load in the US currently totals around $195 billion, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.krisanapong detraphiphat/Getty Images America's medical debt problem has parallels to the student debt crisis, experts told Insider. Both are financially debilitating, putting people at risk of not being able to afford rent and food. The...

Netflix has dropped its lawsuit against the creators of the unofficial 'Bridgerton' musical, reports say

There are numerous lavish events in Netflix's "Bridgerton".Liam Daniel/Netflix Netflix has dropped its lawsuit against the makers of "The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical."  Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear were sued after debuting their play at the Kennedy Center in July. After the suit was filed, the pair canceled another concert planned for London's...

Fights over political lines have fueled the aging of America's government. But that may be changing.

Marianne Ayala/Insider Redistricting and fights over political lines have fueled the aging of America's government.   More often than not, older members of Congress win in primaries between two incumbents. But polarization and partisanship are enabling younger members to knock out their elders. Read more from Insider's "Red, White, and Gray" series....

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