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High inflation is a worry for economists and financial markets because it erodes the value of money, leading to interest rate rises.
Semiconductors are an integral part of nearly every device people use today. The recent chip shortage has caused many companies to pause production, as order delays have reached record numbers.
What ordinary investors can learn from "coiners" — and vice versa in the quest for more sensible investment strategies.
Semiconductors are everywhere you look today, from smartphones, to PCs and any other technology related device. Learn what new technological advances are being driven by semiconductors.
As governments bet that hydrogen is part of the solution to the problem of climate change, so it’s likely to become a far bigger part of the global energy mix.