June 29, 2022
Red Alert: An economic hurricane is developing in the United States, you have to be prepared, warns JPMorgan CEO;  Elon Musk expresses 'bad feeling'

Red Alert: An economic hurricane is developing in the United States, you have to be prepared, warns JPMorgan CEO; Elon Musk expresses ‘bad feeling’

At a conference last week, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon warned: “An economic hurricane is developing in the United States.” According to the administration, the country’s economy is facing uncertainty as unprecedented stimuli poured in during epidemics continue to play a key role.

The head of the largest American bank clarified: You have to be prepared. In a post on our Instagram page, we reveal more details about the red alert issued by Dimon. Click below and find out what tips he offers for those who want to plan things to come.

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But Jamie Timon was not the only one to worry about the global economy last week. Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, said he felt bad about the situation.

That’s why Tesla’s CEO wanted to lay off 10% of the company’s employees and ordered them to “stop hiring worldwide.” The news came from Reuters, which received an internal email from Musk. For more details, see the following post we made on our Instagram page (Use the opportunity to follow us there, click here) And find out if this is a sign of an organizational crisis. If you like, you can read on to find out why Elon Musk has been losing tons of money in recent months.

Elon Musk and other billionaires lose mountain money:

The pockets of the world’s richest people are empty. Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates have amassed about $ 115 billion in net worth losses over the past five months, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

To give you an idea, since the beginning of this year, the world’s richest man has already lost about US $ 59.5 billion (R $ 285 billion at current dollar exchange rates).

Bezos, on the other hand, has losses of about $ 46.1 billion (R $ 221 billion at current dollar rates). Inflation tops the list of culprits for the legacy of billionaires.

To understand more details and find out how inflation affects even the rich, check out our post on our Instagram page.

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