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What’s Employment Like On Wall Street?

Did you ever think about it before? Sure, we look for employment figures each month to get a handle on what the climate is for U.S. employment or unemployment for that matter but have you ever wondered...

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U.S. Labor Continues To Tighten, Autos Pressure Manufacturing

The amount of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped close to six-month lows last week, directing to a further firming labor market that could encourage the Fed’s plan to start trimming its A...

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President Trump Says U.S. Is ‘Locked And Loaded’ Following N.Korea’s Threat Of Nuclear War

On August 11th, President Trump sent another threat to North Korea stating the United States military was "locked and loaded" after Pyongyang said Trump was driving the Korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear...

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Poll Results Lead To Japan PM Focusing On Regulatory Reforms

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe must prioritize regulatory reforms, according to economists in a monthly poll whose predictions show they remain negative on prospects for the rate of inflation...

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Three Stocks Capitalizing Off Dow Record Highs & Strong Job Reports For July

  U.S. stocks moved higher in late morning trading on August 4th as the Dow reaches record highs and data showed U.S. employers hired more employees than anticipated in July. During Friday morning’s...

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Nasdaq Stock Market Update – July 20, 2017

Well, what didn’t happen today? Nasdaq stocks, the S&P 500, and Dow were trading flat most of the day. There was a bit of ebb and flow but the markets were captivated by several major “breaking...

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Nasdaq & New York Stock Exchange Market Update – July 19, 2017

Nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange stocks are in the spotlight this week.  Both small and large cap companies are set for earnings to be reported during the coming days.  Tepid earnings from some large...

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U.S. Job Openings Decline to Eight-Month Low in August

In August, United States job openings dropped to eight-month low and hiring saw minimal changes, indicating some calming in labor market conditions in part as the economic recovery matures. In its monthly...

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OPEC Focuses on Bigger 2017 Oil Supply Glut Despite Deal to Limit

Last month, OPEC reported a spike in its oil production to the highest level in eight years and advanced its forecast for 2017 non-OPEC supply growth, directing to a larger supply glut next year despite...

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U.S. Stocks Decline As Tech, Energy Stocks Struggle

On Wednesday Wall Street dropped in morning trading in result to losses in energy and technology shares. Oil prices declined more than 1.3 percent and pushed down the S&P 500 energy index SPNY by 0.8 percent....