One thing is clear at the start of the corporate earnings season: Inflation remains a hot topic for company executives.
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Paying more and earning less: How inflation disproportionately hurts women
Inflation has been found to disproportionately affect women — and data is showing that some of the economic progress for...
It’s the U.S., not Europe’s banking system that’s a concern, top economists say
Europe learned its lessons after the financial crisis and is now in a strong position to weather further stress in...
Key Fed inflation gauge rose 0.3% in February, less than expected
The personal consumption expenditures price index excluding food and energy was expected to rise 0.4% in February.
Jobless claims edge up to 198,000, higher than expected
Jobless claims rose 7,000 from the previous period and were a bit higher than the 195,000 estimate.
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BlackRock warns that investors are making a mistake by betting on the Fed to cut rates
The expectation for cuts would be consistent with a recession and an accompanying fall in inflation.