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Month: February 2021

Covid relief bill may trigger $36 billion cut to Medicare, higher student loan fees

Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images A Covid relief bill backed by Democrats could trigger billions of dollars in cuts to Medicare and other federal programs, like ones that support unemployed workers and student-loan borrowers, if it’s ultimately passed. The funding cuts would take effect in 2022 and last for several years. …

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Buffett is buying back more Berkshire stock this year after record $25 billion repurchase in 2020

Warren Buffett during an interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick on February 24, 2020. It turned out to be another year during which the billionaire investor shied away from game-changing acquisitions in a pricey market even after a sudden market cash and as his company holds a massive cash balance. Gerald Miller | CNBC As the …

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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary: The U.S. Economy Continues to Start 2021 on a High Note

U.S. Review The U.S. Economy Continues to Start 2021 on a High Note In January, personal spending increased at a robust 2.4% pace, while personal income soared 10.0%. The core PCE deflator rose 0.3% during the month and 1.5% over the year. Fed Chair Powell testified in front of Congress and underscored the FOMC’s commitment …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: BoC Govenor Strikes Cautious Tone

U.S. Highlights Federal Reserve Chairman Powell reassured markets that there will be no early tightening of monetary policy or drawdown of asset purchases even with a brighter economic outlook. Consumers remain at the forefront of the recovery, as personal income surges and spending rebounds on the back of income support measures. Jobless claims fell more …

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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Etsy, Virgin Galactic, Foot Locker & more

Etsy CEO Chad Dickerson and others celebrate their IPO at the Nasdaq exchange, April 16, 2015. Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.  Etsy — Shares of the e-commerce company popped nearly 13% on Friday after beating on the top and bottom lines of its quarterly results. Etsy earned $1.08 per …

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Week Ahead – NFP to Guide Yields, RBA Could be a Yawn, Pound Turns to UK Budget for Boost

As a new month starts, investors will have their eyes locked on the latest nonfarm payrolls numbers out of the United States amid an accelerating selloff in bond markets. The Reserve Bank of Australia’s policy meeting will be the only central bank gathering of the week but is unlikely to provide much excitement. Canadian Q4 …

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