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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Here’s a look at Monday’s business headlines with Jane King.
Boeing could benefit if the launch of Artemis I goes well
NASA’s Artemis I launch scheduled for Monday gives Boeing a chance to restore space credibility.
Boeing is the largest contractor for the agency’s Space Launch System, a 38-story rocket that is supposed to launch the uncrewed Orion spacecraft to the moon – and in 2025, blast American astronauts onto the lunar surface in the part of NASA’s Artemis space exploration missions.
US set to harvest smallest corn crop since 2019
U.S. farmers are expected to harvest the smallest corn crop since 2019.
The outlook comes after spring plantings in the United States were lower than expected, with farmers keeping more land out of production than expected, which could lead to higher food prices.
Labor Day sales include appliances, summer clothing, furniture
For cash-strapped consumers, Labor Day could be a great time to strike a deal.
Labor Day sales are already underway with big discounts on summer clothing, appliances and outdoor furniture.
Shoppers can save even more if they take advantage of credit card rewards or cash back bonuses.
Retailers begin discounts to make room for holiday inventory
Retailers have a glut of inventory and are discounting items to free up space for holiday items.
Many have already lowered their profit expectations for the year and are scrambling to cut costs as consumers cut back on spending in categories such as apparel and home goods.
Rising prices for food, fuel and a host of other goods and services dampened consumer sentiment.
Area AMC Theatres, Cinemas Royals will offer $3 cinema ticket offer
Select movie theaters in Indiana and across the United States will be giving away $3 movie tickets on Saturday, September 3.
The one-day event was announced by the Film Foundation in a bid to rekindle interest in cinema after the coronavirus pandemic.