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US consumers see brighter days ahead as inflation fears tumble

U.S. consumer sentiment perked up much more than expected in December, snapping four straight months of declines, as households saw inflation pressures easing, a development likely to be welcomed by Federal Reserve officials, a survey showed on Friday. The University of Michigan’s preliminary reading of its Consumer Sentiment Index shot

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Disney pulled from state’s investment list over “far-left” activism

South Carolina State Treasurer Curtis Loftis yanked The Walt Disney Company from the state’s approved investment list on Tuesday, citing the company’s “far-left” activism. Loftis wrote in a statement that “Disney has abandoned its fiduciary responsibilities to its investors and customers by joining far-left activists in boycotting legal, taxpaying, employment-creating

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Trump predicts Biden won’t be 2024 Democratic nominee

Donald Trump is predicting that President Joe Biden won’t be the 2024 Democratic nominee. Fox News host Sean Hannity referenced the president’s seeming cognitive decline at the Trump Town Hall in Davenport, Iowa last night. The former president and 2024 Republican frontrunner frequently targeted Biden during the one-hour program. But

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US labor market steadily slowing; wholesale inventories revised down

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits increased moderately last week, suggesting that the labor market was gradually losing momentum as higher borrowing costs curb demand in the broader economy. The weekly jobless claims report from the Labor Department on Thursday also showed unemployment rolls declining in

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House Oversight Committee’s Comer releases new bank records

House Oversight Chair James Comer (R-Ky.) released bank records yesterday involving a shell company allegedly set up by Hunter Biden to transfer money to Joe Biden in 2018. That company collected money coming from Ukraine, Romania, and China. According to bank records, Owasco transferred over $1,300 to Joe Biden in

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US trade deficit widens in October on weak exports

The U.S. trade deficit widened more than expected in October as exports declined, likely positioning trade to be a drag on economic growth in the fourth quarter. The trade deficit increased 5.1% to $64.3 billion, the Commerce Department’s Census Bureau said on Wednesday. Data for September was revised to show

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