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US adds 517,000 jobs in January – more than DOUBLING economists’ expectations

BREAKING NEWS: US adds 517,000 jobs in January – more than DOUBLE economists’ expectation of 118,000 – as labor market…

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Can a $1 TRILLION platinum coin solve the U.S. debt crisis?

The problem: The Biden administration doesn’t have enough money to pay its bills and will run out of money sometime…

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The Federal Reserve issues a smaller rate hike of a quarter point

The Federal Reserve has raised its target interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point, following the rapid hikes…

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4 cities where house costs will fall many given that 2008 crash: San Jose, Austin, Phoenix and San Diego

Home costs will drop this year with San Jose, Austin, Phoenix, and San Diego gazing down the barrel of 25%…

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Two-thirds of economists at the largest banks predict a recession in 2023

Two-thirds of economists at the largest U.S. financial institutions think a recession will come in 2023, according to a new…

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The 5 Least Affordable US Real Estate Markets Revealed

Miami topped the list of least affordable real estate markets in the US, followed by New York and Los Angeles,…

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Inflation cools amid hopes worst of torrid price spikes are in rear-view mirror

A key indicator of US inflation has fallen, which is good news for households struggling with skyrocketing costs. This extends…

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American won’t take a new job for less than $74k as salary expectations hit record high survey finds

‘Average’ American won’t take a new job for less than $74,000 as salary expectations – particularly among younger workers –…

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Vehicle repossession rates are skyrocketing as the average monthly payment for a new car is up 26% in three years

Vehicle repossession rates have skyrocketed in recent months amid rising car prices and continued inflation, newly published reports suggest. A…

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What the Fed rate hike means to you

The Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate hike could mean higher borrowing costs for some consumers, but when it comes to…

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