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Heineken to increase beer prices to keep up with Dutch inflation

This week, the major Dutch brewery Heineken announced that the price of their beers would increase as a result of the high inflation rate in...

New variant: chocolate coated pepernoot dominant by December, expert says

People are eating more expensive pepernoten in the run up to the annual Sinterklaas celebrations on December 5. The traditional small spicy biscuit will...

Exports rise 5% in August, but October’s figure is likely to be lower

The Netherlands exported 5% more goods in August than during the same month last year, but the figure is only up 1.7% on August...

How Dubai is embracing Cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies and in particular Bitcoin have been making headlines worldwide, but there's still a lack of understanding about what they are. Dubai recently held...

Home prices hit a new record, because there simply aren’t enough houses for the...

Home prices are setting new records as buyers scramble for an accepted offer amid a continuing inventory crunch. The median sale price was a record high $329,100 in...

History made: Renewable energy surpassed fossil fuels for European electricity in 2020

Europeans got more of their electricity from renewable sources than fossil fuels for the first time last year, according to an annual report from...

Bitcoin soars past $33,000, its highest ever

Bitcoin has been flirting with the $30,000 mark for weeks, and finally passed that record-setting level Saturday. The virtual currency is now valued at...

Here’s how much you’d have had to invest in Amazon 10 years ago to...

In the last decade, the biggest change in the U.S. economy has been the rapid adoption of e-commerce. Once considered a mere curiosity, digital...

Walmart is attempting to solve one of the biggest pain-points of online shopping

Walmart is attempting to solve one of the biggest pain-points of online shopping — the dreaded return — with a new service. The retailer announced...

Fed vows to continue bond-buying but opts against moves that would lower mortgage rates

The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it will continue its bond-buying stimulus “until substantial further progress has been made” toward its goals of full employment...

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