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Day: January 22, 2021

When can unemployed workers refuse a job offer? Biden wants to clear that up

President Joe Biden signs an executive order during an event in the State Dining Room of the White House on Jan. 21, 2021. Alex Wong | Getty Images News | Getty Images President Joe Biden ordered federal labor officials on Friday to clarify when unemployed workers can refuse a job offer and continue to collect …

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Week Ahead – Fed Meeting, Barrage of Data, and Tech Earnings

With President Biden now in office, markets will be on alert for any remarks from US Senators about whether they’d support the massive stimulus bill he proposed. A tough negotiating battle could see the final proposal being watered down. The Federal Reserve will meet as well. No policy changes are on the menu, so Chairman …

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Bank of America is giving $750 cash bonuses to lower-paid employees, restricted stock to others

Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America, at the Goldman Sachs U.S. Financial Services Conference on December 4, 2018. Michael Newberg | CNBC Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan is awarding nearly all of his 212,505 employees a bonus for their work during the coronavirus pandemic. Staffers in the U.S. who earn $100,000 or less …

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Dollar Rebounds Broadly as Risk Appetite Recedes

Dollar rebounds broadly today following receding risk appetite. Investors are apparently paring their gains in stocks. Swiss Franc and Euro are the next strongest, followed by Yen. On the other hand, Australian Dollar and Sterling are the worst performing. In particular, the Pound was weighed down by sharp deterioration in manufacturing data. Over the week, …

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GBP/USD Continues To Trade Within Falling Wedge Pattern

Yesterday, the GBP/USD exchange rate bounced off the upper boundary of the rising wedge pattern. From a theoretical point of view, it is likely that the currency pair could re-test the lower pattern line located in the 1.3400/1.3600 area in the short run. If the given pattern holds, a reversal north could follow. Meanwhile, note …

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