U.S. weekly jobless claims plunge to lowest level since 1969
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New filings for jobless benefits plunged by 71,000 to to 199,000 in the seven days ended Nov. 20, the U.S. government said Wednesday. This is the lowest level since 1969.
Dow retreats, S&P 500 struggles for direction in final day of trade before Thanksgiving as borrowing costs rise
U.S. stock indexes trade mixed Wednesday heading into midday, but trade off opening lows, amid a deluge of economic data in the run-up to the Thanksgiving.
High-poverty neighborhoods in Twin Cities see explosion of investor-owned homes. The Minneapolis Fed now is keeping track
The Minneapolis Federal Reserve has a new data tool to help show the impact of investor-owned homes in Twin Cities neighborhoods since the Great Recession.
A bear market awaits tech stocks, with Tesla at the center, if this selloff continues, strategist warns
Our call of the day is looking at what happened with bond yields earlier this year and raising a red flag over tech stocks.
HP and Dell show PC boom is still going strong, helped by corporate sales
The pandemic fueled boom in the personal computer business is continuing unabated, helped by hefty double digit corporate PC sales at both HP Inc. and Dell.
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Between Thanksgiving and New Year's, 25% more trash, including wasted food, is produced than during the rest of the year.
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November 24, 2021 12:00 ET (17:00 GMT)
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