The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of Townhall.com. The global shipping crisis is deepening and shows no signs of relenting. The
by Shaun Richards The Covid-19 pandemic has affected businesses and economies in many ways but as 2021 has developed it has hit us at a point which was previously considered
NEW – World's second-largest container port, Ningbo Zhoushan in China, was shut down due to one Covid case of a fully vaccinated port worker. Serious disruptions to global trade and
Foodflation: Oats close to 2008 highs. pic.twitter.com/NUYB8nTpvU — 💸 Mαrkets ∞ Mαyhem 💸 (@Mayhem4Markets) August 10, 2021 long yields are no longer particularly informative about fiscal capacity. Eurozone is an
via thestar: The world’s cargo ships just can’t seem to get their act together. First there were the queues at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, which left
by Mac Slavo of SHTFplan The shipping industry is seeing the biggest spike in lost containers in seven years. Shipping containers are plunging into the ocean in overwhelming numbers threatening to overwhelm the
I am guessing under $35, you now get charged for one day. But this just changed within the last EDIT: two days. It used to be FREE even under $35.