• Home Improvement

    Lowe’s says pandemic-fueled home improvement demand could cool in 2022

    An employee organizes buckets for sale inside a Lowe’s Cos. store in Burbank, California. Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images Lowe’s sales outlook disappointed investors on Wednesday and raised concerns the pandemic-fueled boom in do-it-yourself and decorating projects is cooling. The company’s shares dropped by as much as 4% in premarket trading. Then, the stock rose later Wednesday as new data from homebuilders showed a huge appetite for housing — even during a typically slow season and a period of inflation. That backdrop coupled with Lowe’s executive comments about the possibility for market share gains, help the stock  

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  • Business & Finance

    Trending Headlines: Cell meat for kids, beef demand & USA labeling

    Today, I round up the latest in headlines that relate to the beef cattle industry. From new marketing tactics from the fake meat camp to consumers demanding more beef, this week’s headlines are a mixed bag. Check them out and let me know what you think! 1. “This children’s book wants to inspire future cell-based meat makers” by the Green Queen Related: Consumers want beef, Impossible Foods headed to schools “The book is taking the typical question of children where different foods, in this case, hot dogs, come from into a different direction than what you would expect as an  

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