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The U.S. economy has remained remarkably strong. Boosted by a strong labor market, the country has continued to expand since the Covid-19 pandemic, sidestepping earlier recessionary forecasts even after a series of Federal Reserve interest rate increases. And yet, consumer sentiment recently sank to a six-month low. That disconnect is what Joyce Chang, JPMorgan’s chair of global research, calls a “vibecession.”
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In this article AZN-GB BMY LLY NVS NOV.N-CH Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Skynesher | E+ | Getty Images Big pharma is betting billions on an up-and-coming class of cancer treatments that some on Wall Street are calling a “massive opportunity.” It’s called targeted radiopharmaceuticals. The therapy essentially delivers radiation directly into tumors by
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Sturti | E+ | Getty Images If your kids are working summer jobs, it’s a prime opportunity to help them open a retirement account and start saving for the future, experts say. Roth individual retirement accounts can be “triple-tax efficient” for teenagers, according to certified financial planner Carol Fabbri, managing partner of Fair Advisors in
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Longhua Liao | Moment | Getty Images Some investors may worry about market volatility ahead, given a contentious presidential race, lingering inflation, sinking consumer sentiment and uncertainty over Federal Reserve interest rate cuts. Financial analyst Tom Lee has a more optimistic outlook. “Since Covid, companies went through a huge stress test, and they showed that
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An aerial view shows a subdivision that has replaced the once rural landscape in Hawthorn Woods, Illinois. Scott Olson | Getty Images Mortgage interest rates fell for the third straight week last week, sparking increased demand for refinances. Homebuyers, however, were not impressed. Total mortgage application volume rose 1.9% compared to the previous week, according
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