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Day: July 30, 2021

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Amazon, P&G, Caterpillar and more

In this photo illustration an Amazon logo is displayed on a smartphone with stock market percentages in the background. SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Amazon — Amazon shares fell 7.6% after the tech giant’s second-quarter report missed Wall Street revenue estimates for the first …

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The IRS has issued $10 billion in tax refunds on unemployment benefits. Here’s why another break is unlikely next year

Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images The IRS began issuing another 1.5 million tax refunds this week to people who received unemployment benefits in 2020. That adds to the nearly 9 million refunds, worth about $10 billion, the agency sent since May. Funds delivered by direct deposit this week started hitting bank accounts on Wednesday, and …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: The Economy Remains on Solid Footing

U.S. Highlights Thursday’s second quarter GDP report underwhelmed, but a solid foundation for future growth is developing. The pandemic continues to present supply chain challenges that are both driving prices higher and weighing on economic growth. Consumers are flush with cash and going back to their pre-pandemic spending habits could help slow inflation and give …

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Forward Guidance: July Canada and U.S. Labour Market Reports to Show Further Improvements

July’s employment reports are expected to show labour market conditions continued to improve in both Canada and the US. Similar to June, the hospitality sector will drive much of job gains in July as the economies continue to reopen. In Canada, we expect employment increased 150K in July trimming the employment shortfall to 190K compared …

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Delays for unemployment benefits persist, over a year into pandemic

A career fair in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 23, 2021. Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images Unemployment benefits are still not reaching people quickly, over a year into the Covid pandemic. About 38% of workers who got their first payment of benefits in June had waited more than 21 days for the funds to arrive, according …

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EUR/USD Outlook: Bulls Lose Traction but Still on Course for Nearly 1% Weekly Advance

The Euro eases from one-month high on Friday, as bulls run out of steam following nearly 1% advance this week. US consumer spending rose above expectations in June and inflation accelerated further above Fed’s 2% target that boosted the dollar on Friday and slowed euro’s rally. Daily indicators generate initial negative signal on RSI diverging …

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Key inflation indicator up 3.5% year over year in June for fastest gain since 1991

An inflation indicator that the Federal Reserve uses as its key guide rose 3.5% in June, a sharp acceleration that was nonetheless right around Wall Street expectations, the Commerce Department reported Friday. The personal consumption expenditures price index, which excludes food and energy, was expected to increase 3.6% at a time when the U.S. economy …

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Dollar Recovers after Personal Income and Spending, But Still the Worst Performer

Dollar recovers mildly in early US session, following slight weakness in risk sentiments. Additionally, stronger than expected personal income and spending are providing some support too. Still, the greenback remains the worst performing one for the week. There is prospect of Yen, Aussie or Kiwi overtaking Dollar as biggest loser, but we’ll see. Meanwhile, Sterling …

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