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Month: October 2021

Here are the 3 big ways Democrats’ social plan would expand health coverage

President Joe Biden on Oct. 29, 2021 in Rome, Italy. Antonio Masiello | Getty Images News | Getty Images Insurance subsidies The measure would expand subsidies for health insurance in two ways, according to Cynthia Cox, director of the Affordable Care Act program at the Kaiser Family Foundation. (The federal assistance helps reduce health insurance …

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Biden to discuss intensifying supply chain challenges with G-20 leaders

A cargo ship moves under the Bayonne Bridge as it heads into port on October 13, 2021 in Bayonne, New Jersey. Spencer Platt | Getty Images WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden is expected to spotlight disruptions in the global supply chain and surging energy prices when he meets this weekend with fellow leaders of the …

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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary: Taper the Paper

Summary United States: Supply and Demand Tug of War Is at the Forefront After a Mixed Week of Data Lingering supply chain issues, rising prices and still-strong consumer demand continues to make its way into economic data. The week began on a positive note, including strong new home sales growth, the first gain in consumer …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: Things Are Slowly Getting Back to Normal

U.S. Highlights GDP growth slowed to 2.0% quarter-over-quarter (annualized) in the third quarter of this year, down from 6.7% in the second quarter. The shift in the composition of consumer spending away from goods and into services signals some long-awaited relief for congested supply chains. While third quarter economic growth disappointed, early October data point …

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Week Ahead: The Fed and the BOE Take the Hotseat; OPEC+ and Non-Farm Payrolls

Last week, central banks and earnings were all the rage.  The Bank of Canada surprised that markets by ending its QE program and moving forward its forecast for interest rate increases.  The ECB told markets that inflation is everywhere, but they need another month to decide what to do about it. This week, the RBA, …

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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Starbucks, Apple, Amazon, U.S. Steel and more

Starbucks coffee shop logo seen at one of their stores. Stephen Zenner | LightRocket | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. U.S. Steel — Shares of U.S. Steel gained more than 12,9% as the company’s quarterly results beat top and bottom line estimates. U.S. Steel reported adjusted earnings of $5.36 …

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Bill Ackman calls for the Fed to start raising interest rates ‘as soon as possible’

Bill Ackman, founder and CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management. Adam Jeffery | CNBC Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman called Friday for the Federal Reserve to begin reining in the support it has provided for the U.S. economy during the coronavirus pandemic. In separate tweets, the head of Pershing Square Holdings, with $13.1 billion …

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Goldman Sachs is giving hedge fund clients crypto research from data firm The Block

Rafael Henrique | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images Goldman Sachs has stared giving its institutional trading clients research reports from crypto news and data firm The Block. Hedge funds and other clients began receiving the reports Thursday via the investment bank’s Marquee digital platform, according to an email obtained by CNBC. The first …

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Inflation notches a fresh 30-year high as measured by the Fed’s favorite gauge

Customers shop for produce at a supermarket on June 10, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. Inflation rose 5% in the 12-month period ending in May, the biggest jump since August 2008. Food prices rose 2.2 percent for the same period. Scott Olson | Getty Images Annual inflation rose at its fastest pace in more than 30 …

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