Month: October 2022

This week, the Federal Reserve will likely raise rates for the sixth consecutive time to combat inflation, which is still running at its fastest pace in nearly 40 years.  The U.S. central bank has already raised its benchmark short-term rate 3 percentage points since March, including three straight 0.75 percentage point increases ahead of its
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Credit Suisse shares plunged 18% on Thursday after the Swiss bank posted a quarterly loss that was significantly worse than analyst estimates, and announced a massive strategic overhaul. The embattled lender posted a third-quarter net loss of 4.034 billion Swiss francs ($4.09 billion), compared to analyst expectations for a loss of 567.93 million Swiss francs.
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Fg Trade | E+ | Getty Images A key federal program providing benefits to elderly, blind and disabled people — Supplemental Security Income — is turning 50 years old. The program, which currently serves nearly 8 million beneficiaries, was created by legislation signed by President Richard Nixon on Oct. 30, 1972. But even as Supplemental
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It appears most ETF investors aren’t cashing out of technology despite this year’s painful losses. The widely-held ARK Innovation ETF and the Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund, down 59% and 25% respectively this year, aren’t showing meaningful outflows so far this year. Invesco’s Anna Paglia lists a reason: Investors are more loyal to the idea of
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In this article CMCSA Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT The Comcast building in New York. Scott Mlyn | CNBC Comcast on Thursday reported third-quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates, despite seeing revenue slightly decline and continued softness in broadband customer growth. The company’s shares closed 1.5% higher Thursday. Here’s how Comcast did in the
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Soaring prices are making it hard for many Americans to afford expenses each month. Costs are rising for nearly every major expense from housing and food to medical care. Employee wages aren’t keeping up. Having the money that’s coming in each month going out just as fast is becoming increasingly common.  Due to high inflation,
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The Internal Revenue Services offices in Washington, D.C. Adam Jeffery | CNBC More than 72 million American households will pay no federal income taxes this year, marking a large decline from last year, according to a new analysis. An estimated 72.5 million households — or 40% of total households — will pay no federal income
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In this article LUV Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT A Southwest Airlines Co. Boeing 737 passenger jet pushes back from a gate at Midway International Airport (MDW) in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 11, 2021. Luke Sharrett | Bloomberg | Getty Images Southwest Airlines on Thursday joined other airlines in forecasting that strong
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Alice Cooper in John Carpenter’s 1987 movie “Prince of Darkness.” Source: Shutterstock John Carpenter is the king of Halloween. And not just because he directed “Halloween.” He’s the creative force behind spooky season classics like “The Fog,” “Christine” and “The Thing.” A lucrative new trilogy of “Halloween” sequels to his 1978 original just wrapped up
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