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Jeff Cox - Soaring debt and deficits causing worry about threats to the economy and markets - cnbc.com - Washington - city Amsterdam - city Powell, county Jerome - county Jerome

Soaring debt and deficits causing worry about threats to the economy and markets

Government debt that has swelled nearly 50% since the early days of the Covid pandemic is generating elevated levels of worry both on Wall Street and in Washington.

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Jeff Cox - Here's what has driven the Dow rally to 40,000, and why it could keep going - cnbc.com

Here's what has driven the Dow rally to 40,000, and why it could keep going

Passing major milestones such as the 40,000 barrier the Dow Jones Industrial Average eclipsed this week makes for a nice headline, but market experts do not take much else from the move.

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Jeff Cox - CPI report shows inflation easing in April, with consumer prices still rising 3.4% from a year ago - cnbc.com

CPI report shows inflation easing in April, with consumer prices still rising 3.4% from a year ago

Inflation eased slightly in April, providing at least a bit of relief for consumers while still holding above levels that would suggest a cut in interest rates is imminent.

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Jeff Cox - Consumer sentiment tumbles as inflation fears surge - cnbc.com - state Michigan

Consumer sentiment tumbles as inflation fears surge

Consumer sentiment slumped as inflation expectations rose, despite otherwise strong signals in the economy, according to a closely watched survey released Friday.

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Jeff Cox - U.S. job growth totaled 175,000 in April, much less than expected, while unemployment rose to 3.9% - cnbc.com

U.S. job growth totaled 175,000 in April, much less than expected, while unemployment rose to 3.9%

The U.S. economy added fewer jobs than expected in April while the unemployment rate rose, lifting hopes that the Federal Reserve will be able to cut interest rates in the coming months.

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Jeff Cox - Here's what to expect from the April jobs report on Friday - cnbc.com

Here's what to expect from the April jobs report on Friday

Hiring likely continued at a brisk pace in April as investors look for any cracks in the labor market that could sway the Federal Reserve.

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Jeff Cox - Private payrolls increased by 192,000 in April, more than expected for resilient labor market - cnbc.com

Private payrolls increased by 192,000 in April, more than expected for resilient labor market

Private payrolls increased at a faster-than-expected pace in April, indicating there are still plenty of tail winds for the U.S. labor market, according to ADP.

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Jeff Cox - Here's everything to expect when the Fed wraps up its meeting Wednesday - cnbc.com - city Powell, county Jerome - county Jerome - county Scott

Here's everything to expect when the Fed wraps up its meeting Wednesday

Faced with stubborn inflation that has raised concerns about where policy is headed, the Federal Reserve has been ensnared in a holding pattern that likely will be reflected when it closes its meeting Wednesday.

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