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Facebook led Wednesday’s earnings slate, while the Federal Reserve hinted that it could scale back its bond buys and D.C. lawmakers struck an infrastructure deal. Read...
The Senate voted to move forward with a bipartisan infrastructure spending bill, which starts the process of debate and amendment.
Cases are surging everywhere due to the Delta variant. Read More
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Facebook’s results exceeded estimates as the company lapped the first full quarter of Covid impact, leading to the fastest revenue growth since 2016.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday held its benchmark interest rate near zero and said the economy continues to progress despite concerns over the pandemic spread.
It’s the second delay to office returns amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Schumer tried once to advance the infrastructure bill, but disagreements over transportation funding and other issues held up the plan.
BlackRock’s Rick Rieder said there’s too much liquidity in global markets, and the Fed should begin to taper back its bond purchases soon.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren reignited her push for a tax on the accumulated wealth of the richest Americans by pointing at the Amazon founder.
The Biden administration will require federal workers to be vaccinated for the coronavirus or else submit to strict testing measures, NBC News reported.