Angle: Worker strikes across the US, tighter employment makes it even more bullish | Reuters

[Reuters]-Thousands of workers across the United States continue to strike for higher wages and better working conditions. Hollywood make-up artists and camera technicians negotiated over the weekend to avoid the …

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US unemployment insurance applications increased for 3 consecutive weeks to 362,000, growing concerns about slowing growth | Reuters

[Washington, 30th Reuters]–The number of new unemployment insurance applications (seasonally adjusted) for the week ending September 25, announced by the US Department of Labor on the 30th, was 362,000, an …

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Two U.S. Bank Governor criticize financial transactions for retiring one after another | Reuters

Rosengren, president of the Boston District Federation, announced on the 27th and 30th that he will retire. He revealed that he was the target of a kidney transplant in June …

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Central Bank, Quantitative Easing Still Major Stimulus = Deputy Governor Ramsden |

[London, 17th Reuters]-Bank of England (Bank of England) Deputy Governor Ramsden said on the 17th that the debate over the negative interest rate policy prepares for contingencies, and quantitative easing …

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Angle: US bond markets factoring in rising inflation expectations, reflecting economic recovery | Reuters

[Reuters]–The US Treasury market is factoring in future inflation. This is because the US economy is recovering from the catastrophic business closure caused by the new coronavirus epidemic. Analysts say …

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