Juul needs research on vaping, but scientists aren’t sure
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Plus: Nearly 50,000 members of the United Auto Workers went on strike against General Motors today, and oil prices jumped following an attack on Saudi oil facilities.
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"We're getting little pennies compared to [GM executives]," one worker told Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson.
In troubled trade times, anything to bring business to the farm.
With vaping under intense scrutiny and a deadline of May 2020 to apply for FDA approval, the company is under pressure.
The 14% spike, following a weekend attack on a key Saudi oil production facility, reflects what traders consider a "Gulf premium" based on new oil supply risks.
Probably not, says Roberto Perli of the economic policy research firm Cornerstone Macro.
Problems like shallow shipping channels are one reason the U.S., despite being the world's biggest oil producer, is not its biggest exporter.