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By Associated Press
One of the more reliable warning signals for an economic recession started blinking again. Treasurys, the IOUs the U.S. government gives to investors who lend it money are at the center of the investing world.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Tuesday, an FDA advisory panel voted to recommend that the CDC approve Moderna's vaccine for kids 6 to 17 years old, the Labor Department says wholesale prices were up 10.8 percent from a year ago, the…
By Stan Choe, Associated Press
Wall Street is wobbling Tuesday in its first trading after tumbling into a bear market on worries central banks will clamp the brakes too hard on the economy.
Wall Street has gone into meltdown mode over inflation fears and the possibility that higher interest rates are imminent. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ and the S&P 500 all fell significantly. It is now officially a bear market, down…
In our news wrap Monday, 31 members of a white supremacist group are free on bail in Idaho after being charged for planning violent disruptions at an LGBTQ event, senior officials in Iraq try to form a government after more…
By Ken Sweet, Associated Press
The price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are falling Monday, after the major crypto lender Celsius halted all withdrawals citing "extreme market conditions."…
The center of Wall Street’s focus was again on the Federal Reserve, which is scrambling to get inflation under control.
In today's highly competitive housing market, millions of Americans are priced out of buying a home, often competing with all-cash offers well above asking prices. Rents are skyrocketing, too, causing overall housing affordability to collapse at its fastest rate on…
By Jamey Keaten, Associated Press
At a time when some experts question WTO's future and relevance, Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala hopes the meeting involving more than 120 ministers from the organization's 164 member countries yields progress toward reducing inequality and ensuring fair and free trade.
Auto club AAA said the average price on Saturday was $5.00. Motorists in some parts of the country, especially California, are paying far above that.
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