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Day: May 15, 2021

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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Stocks Stayed in Up Trend, Yields Range Bound, Dollar Lost Downside Momentum

Market debates heated up last week with the influx of some US economic data. On the other hand, the concerns on overheating inflation was legitimate given the much stronger than expected headline and core CPI reading from the US. On the other hand, poor retail sales, and prior week’s non-farm payroll data, gave a nod …

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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary: Reopening Comes with a Steep Price Tag

Summary United States: Reopening Comes with a Steep Price Tag The leap in consumer prices this week laid bare that challenges in meeting soaring demand come with a cost. There were few signs of the mismatch between supply and demand beginning to come back into balance. April retail sales were unchanged following the second-largest monthly …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: U.S. Small Businesses Struggle to Hire Workers, Despite High Unemployment

U.S. Highlights Consumer and producer price inflation surprised on the upside on the back of rebounding energy prices, supply disruptions and strong fiscal-stimulus fueled demand. Despite inflation overshooting 2%, several Fed officials reassured markets that there won’t be any tapering of asset purchases any time soon since the spike in inflation is viewed as transitory. …

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Week Ahead: Inflation or Stagflation? The UK Reopens and the US Takes it All Off

US inflation data has been coming in higher than expected. Will it be the same in other parts of the world? Last week, inflation data came in hot for April in the US.  However, since the beginning of the month, manufacturing and jobs data were weaker than expected. Is the inflation truly transitory, as the …

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Week Ahead – Will the Bond Market Remain in a Holding Pattern?

Financial markets seem to be constantly recalibrating. The economic data is expected to be volatile and that should support the Fed’s patient stance on waiting for enough data to make a clear assessment over pricing pressures and the strength of the labor market recovery. Inflation expectations are weighing on sentiment, but Treasury yields seem like …

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