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Day: January 13, 2021

The unemployment rate is above 20% for the lowest-paid workers, Fed’s Brainard says

Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainard speaks at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., March 1, 2017. Brian Snyder | Reuters Unemployment for the lowest-paid workers in the U.S. is above 20%, a figure that Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said underscores the importance of policy help …

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NZDUSD Maintains Positive Bearing Despite Pullback

NZDUSD appears to have found some footing on the mid-Bollinger band after receding from a recently reached 32½-month peak of 0.7314. The short-term technical indicators are revealing some weakness in positive momentum, while the soaring simple moving averages (SMAs) are endorsing a robust bullish picture. The MACD, some distance above zero, is fading below its …

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US: Prices at the Pump Lifted Headline Inflation in December, While Core Inflation Remained Subdued

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Sterling Strong in Mixed Markets, Dollar Stabilizes

Sterling strength continues today, in the otherwise mixed markets. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the parliament that restrictions measures are already “starting to have an effect in many parts of the country”. Canadian Dollar is following as second strongest for today, lifted slightly by upside acceleration in oil prices. Dollar, as the third strongest, …

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Many workers will get 4 extra weeks of unemployment benefits. Here’s how

A pedestrian passes a notice for the Revival International Center (Centro Internacional de Avivamiento) food pantry, in a city hard hit by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Chelsea, Massachusetts, U.S., July 9, 2020. Brian Snyder | Reuters The recent Covid relief package offers 11 extra weeks of jobless benefits to workers. Many, but not …

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Mortgage refinance demand spikes 20% as borrowers fear missing out on record-low rates

A for sale sign sits outside a house in Miami Beach. Carlos Barria | Reuters After setting more than a dozen record lows last year, mortgage rates began 2021 on an upward climb, and that lit a fire under borrowers, fearing they might miss the last of the lowest rates. Mortgage applications to refinance a …

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Dollar Reversed as Fed Officials Talk Down Tapering, Sterling Strong

Dollar dropped notably overnight and stays weak in Asian session. Some Fed officials toned down the talk of tapering the asset purchase program, or any monetary stimulus removal. Sterling, on the other hand, is extending this week’s rally, after BoE talked down negative interest rates. The forex markets are mixed elsewhere though, awaiting the next …

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Oil Drives Higher, Gold Retreats, Bitcoin In Recovery

Oil rally continues but may face resistance soon Oil’s relentless rally is continuing, with crude prices up roughly 1.5% today, making fresh highs since the pandemic plunge. The rally will run into stronger resistance soon enough but a softer dollar is giving it an additional lift today. I do wonder how much longer this has …

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Trump’s business prospects just got dimmer as Wall Street backs away from tarnished brand

More than two decades ago, Donald Trump the New York developer found refuge at Deutsche Bank after a syndicate of lenders, including predecessor firms to JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup, cut ties with him. Now, after followers of President Trump laid siege on the U.S. Capitol in riots that caused five deaths last week, even Deutsche …

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