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Year: 2021

Homebuilder confidence is high, but rising costs of materials present major risks

Contractors work on single-family homes under construction in the Cadence Park development of The Great Park Neighborhoods in Irvine, California, on Wednesday, April 14, 2021. Bing Guan | Bloomberg | Getty Images Strong buyer demand is keeping homebuilders confident, but rising costs of construction materials are weighing on housing affordability.  Builder sentiment in the single-family …

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Fed’s Bostic says there’s no reason to change policy despite inflation fears

Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic told CNBC on Monday that he’s comfortable with the central bank’s ultra-loose policy even as inflation gains steam in the U.S. economy. “We are still 8 million jobs short of where we were pre-pandemic,” Bostic told CNBC’s Steve Liesman during a “Squawk Box” interview. “Until we make substantial progress …

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Global Sugar Supply Shortage Propels Price

Brazil, top exporter of Sugar, experiences record prices of ethanol as Covid-19 restrictions ease. Consumers take advantage of the easing and start travelling again, increasing consumption of biofuel. This means that mills can start processing more sugar cane into ethanol, rather than into sweetener as it’s also generally more profitable. Severe droughts hitting Brazil has …

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The Dollar Struggles, But A Clear Resumption Of The Downtrend Doesn’t Materialize

Markets Higher-than-expected US inflation readings reinforced the debate whether or not current price rises will be as temporary as most central bankers flagged of late. Financial inflation indicators including the 10-y US breakeven inflation (2.54%) jumped to multi-year peak levels after Wednesday’s shocking US CPI release. Even so, the ‘inflation panic’ gradually eased on Thursday …

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Dollar Recovers Mildly, Gold Extending Rise, Bitcoin in Free Fall

Dollar and Yen recover mildly in a mixed Asian session today, while commodity currencies are mildly today. But major pairs and crosses are all bounded inside Friday’s range so far. China data provided some support to Hong Kong and China stocks but Japanese Nikkei is in another sharp decline. Gold is extending near rebound, while …

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Stock futures rise slightly after Wall Street’s worst week since February

Traders on the floor of the NYSE. Source: NYSE Stock futures edged up in overnight trading on Sunday as the market looked to continue to rebound from last week’s sell-off triggered by inflation jitters. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 40 points. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures were both 0.2% higher. …

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States are ending federal unemployment benefits early. Here’s what to know and what’s at stake

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday that the state would end its participation in federal unemployment programs June 26. Justin Merriman | Getty Images News | Getty Images So, what’s going on? At least 16 states have elected to opt out of federal programs paying unemployment benefits. As of Thursday, they include Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, …

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