#bitcoin #Biden #Stockmarket #coronavirus #memestocks #Fed#YahooFinance #investing #stockmarket #bitcoin #cryptoGet the latest up-to-the-minute continuous stock market coverage and big interviews in the world of finance every Monday–Friday from 9 am to 5pm (ET).Markets edged lower Tuesday morning following declines in yesterday’s trading session as investors tune in for on a prolific week in Washington that includes the Federal Reserve’s final policy-setting meeting of 2021, set to commence today, and the release of new prints on retail sales, housing starts and other economic data.All three major U.S. indexes were down at open after the Labor Department reported wholesale prices soared by a record 9.6% in November from a year earlier, the fastest annual pace on record for the indicator. The Dow shed 141.06 points, dipping 0.40% to 35,509.89. The tech-focused Nasdaq tumbled 217.32 points, down 1.39% to 15,413.28, and the S&P also underperformed, falling 0.79% to 4,632.09Traders are awaiting a decision from the Fed on how quickly the central bank will tighten monetary policy amid a backdrop of fresh inflation numbers that reflected the fastest annual increase in nearly four decades. The Labor Department’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) soared 6.8% in November compared to last year, according to figures published last week.The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is scheduled to hold its two-day policy-setting meeting starting on Tuesday, followed by the release of the monetary policy statement and remarks from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell Wednesday. An updated Summary of Economic Projections outlining individual members’ outlooks for economic conditions and interest rates is set to accompany the statement.The Fed has been under pressure to control rising inflation levels, as investors watch for clues of a faster taper that could set the stage for earlier rate hikes.“Because inflation expectations do appear to be adaptive, our view is that the longer inflation stays elevated, the greater the risk that consumers adjust their behaviors in a way that contributes to persistently elevated inflation” wrote PIMCO economist Tiffany Wilding in a recent note to clients.“We believe the Fed will want to manage this risk by shortening the time over which it winds down its purchases of U.S. Treasuries and agency mortgage-backed securities (MBS), aiming to end the program in March 2022, while also signaling a June rate hike is likely,” said Wilding.PIMCO managing director and portfolio manager Sonali Pier also separately told Yahoo Finance Live that the firm expects to see two hikes in 2022, three hikes in 2023, and potentially four in 2024, with the Fed trying to bring the policy rate to neutral.“Amid proliferating signs of solid growth and a robust job market, various measures depict a deeply troubled economy,” wrote Oxford Economics senior economist Bob Schwartz in a new report. “Households are downbeat, according to sentiment surveys, and the so-called ‘misery index’ that adds together inflation and unemployment hovers around recession levels.”Markets await a trove of fresh economic data this week. November retail sales, out on Wednesday, are expected to rise by 0.8%, according to Bloomberg consensus estimates. And November housing starts are forecasted to see a month-over-month increase of 3.3%.Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley projects the U.S. unemployment rate will drop to 3% in 2022.”It’s stunning to see how much the rate has fallen in the last five months,” Morgan chief U.S. economist Michael Feroli told Yahoo Finance Live. “We expect that pace of decline to slow, but it doesn’t take much to get below 4%, even with a tick up in the labor participation rate which has been depressed over the last year and a half.”For more on this article, please visit: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/stock-market-news-live-updates-december-14-2021-232905142.html
#bitcoin #Biden #Stockmarket #coronavirus #memestocks #Fed#YahooFinance #investing #stockmarket #bitcoin #cryptoGet the latest up-to-the-minute continuous stock market coverage and big interviews in the world of finance every Monday–Friday from 9 am to 5pm (ET).Stocks traded slightly lower Monday morning, with the S&P 500 steadying just below last week’s record level as traders awaited a Federal Reserve monetary policy decision later this week. The three major indexes were slightly in the red just after market open. U.S. crude oil prices dipped to trade near $71 per barrel. Treasury yields fell across the long end of the curve, and the benchmark 10-year yield held below 1.5%. Bitcoin prices ticked down to trade below $48,000. Shares of heavily weighted U.S. equity index component Apple (AAPL) added to gains to set a fresh all-time intraday high. The stock’s market capitalization inched near $3 trillion, and was within 2% of this level as of Friday’s close. Investors’ focus this week will be on the Federal Reserve’s December policy-setting meeting, which will take place between Tuesday and Wednesday. A new monetary policy statement and press conference with Fed Chair Jerome Powell are due mid-week, alongside the Fed’s updated Summary of Economic Projections charting out individual members’ outlooks for economic conditions and interest rates. Policymakers for other central banks are also set to meet this week, including those from the Bank of England and European Central Bank. The Fed’s decision has taken on additional significance as the market attempts to predict how policymakers will weigh persistently elevated inflation against the specter of a fresh wave of the coronavirus with the newly discovered Omicron variant. U.S. inflation rose at its fastest pace since 1982 in November, last week’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) showed, pointing to the ongoing mismatch between supply and demand in the recovering economy. On the virus front, the Omicron variant has so far been detected in 30 states, according to data compiled by the New York Times. Early data so far have suggested the variant is more transmissible than the earlier Delta variant, but may cause less severe disease and be able to be neutralized by a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to Pfizer. On Monday, the World Health Organization said the Omicron variant remains a “very high” global risk, while underscoring that data on the severity of the disease is still limited. But against the backdrop of inflation and a firming economic recovery, the Fed is expected to announce an acceleration of its asset purchase tapering process at the close of this week’s meeting, dialing back one of the central bank’s key tools that had helped support the economy during the pandemic. “Both equity and fixed-income markets appear to be pricing the coming Fed tightening,” David Kostin, Goldman Sachs chief U.S. equity strategist, wrote in a note. The firm expects the Fed to double the pace of tapering at this week’s meeting, bringing the Fed’s monthly drawdown of Treasuries and agency mortgage-backed securities purchases to $30 billion per month versus the current rate of $15 billion. “Historical experience suggest equity valuations are typically flat around the first Fed hike,” Kostin added. “Moreover, some of the longest duration and highest valuation stocks plunged during the past month, suggesting that equity market pricing of Fed tightening is also under way.”For more on this article, please visit: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/stock-market-news-live-updates-december-13-2021-124506412.html
Peter Molyneux’s next project is “an innovative new game that pushes the boundaries of blockchain gaming.”
I Kings 21 vs 3 Naboth denies King Ahab possession of his ancestor’s vineyard. Land of fertility & grapes for wine and commerce. Naboth even refused to take the king’s money just to keep the legacy his father’s left him in charge of. It would later cost him his life. Would you go to these lengths to protect what your parents left you ? Would your kids put this much value on what you may leave them ? let’s talk to a wise young man Dr. Charles Waters and see what he thinks ?
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Dr Jose Can – by all accounts, his passing leaves a vacuum at the Northern Regional Hospital. We rejoin Vejea Alvarez who takes a deeper look into the life of the father of five and devoted son.Get the latest updates at LoveFM.com and be sure to follow us online:Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/lovefmbz/Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/lovefmbelizeTwitterhttps://twitter.com/lovefmbz TikTokhttps://www.tiktok.com/@lovefmbelize #Belize #News #Love FM
Lawmakers and health officials were at Union Station in New Haven Monday morning to urge people to get booster shots.
The Pittsburgh Steelers may have lost Thursday night to the Minnesota Vikings, but Colin Cowherd says very few quarterbacks could have fought back from a 29 point deficit the way Ben Roethlisberger did. Though Colin still believes it’s time for Mike Tomlin to move off of Big Ben, it looks like the veteran quarterback could be leaving on a high note. Plus, Colin lays out why the Los Angeles Lakers won’t work unless LeBron James is on the court.#TheHerd #NFL #BenRoethlisbergerDownload the free-to-play FOX Bet Super 6 app: https://foxs.pt/3z96p0jSUBSCRIBE to get all the latest content from The Herd: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeTHEHERDThe all-new FOX Sports App, built for the modern sports fan: https://tinyurl.com/y4uouolb Watch the latest content from The Herd: http://foxs.pt/LatestOnTheHerd ▶First Things First’s YouTube channel: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeFIRSTTHINGSFIRSTUNDISPUTED’s YouTube channel: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeUNDISPUTED Speak for Yourself’s YouTube channel: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeSPEAKFORYOURSELFFOX Bet Live’s YouTube Channel: https://foxs.pt/SubscribeFOXBETLIVE Club Shay Shay’s YouTube Channel: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeCLUBSHAYSHAY▶Titus & Tate’s YouTube channel: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeTITUSANDTATESee more from THE HERD: http://foxs.pt/THEHERDFoxSports Like THE HERD on Facebook: http://foxs.pt/THEHERDFacebook Follow THE HERD on Twitter: http://foxs.pt/THEHERDTwitter Follow THE HERD on Instagram: http://foxs.pt/THEHERDInstagram Follow Colin Cowherd on Twitter: http://foxs.pt/ColinCowherdTwitter About The Herd with Colin Cowherd:The Herd with Colin Cowherd is a three-hour sports television and radio show on FS1 and iHeartRadio. Every day, Colin will give you his authentic, unfiltered opinion on the day’s biggest sports topics.Colin tips his cap to Big Ben, LeBron James has to be on the floor for Lakers to work | THE HERDhttps://youtu.be/ULA9mr8Nk6YThe Herd with Colin Cowherdhttps://www.youtube.com/c/colincowherd
#bitcoin #Biden #Stockmarket #coronavirus #memestocks #Fed#YahooFinance #investing #stockmarket #bitcoin #cryptoGet the latest up-to-the-minute continuous stock market coverage and big interviews in the world of finance every Monday–Friday from 9 am to 5pm (ET).Stocks rose Friday morning as investors considered a key inflation report ahead of the Federal Reserve’s final policy-setting meeting of the year next week. The Labor Department’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) showed yet another multi-decade high rate of inflation for November. The CPI climbed by 6.8% in November compared to last year, marking the fastest annual increase since June 1982. This rate matched consensus economists’ estimates, according to Bloomberg data, but accelerated compared to the 6.2% year-over-year rate from the prior month. And even excluding more volatile food and energy prices, the so-called core CPI rose by 4.9% over last year for the fastest increase in about three decades. “What we’re looking for is a deceleration as we go forward over the course of 2022,” Luke Tilley, Wilmington Trust chief economist, told Yahoo Finance Live on Thursday, ahead of the CPI print.”That doesn’t mean prices are going to go down, it’s just a question of, are they going to go up as much in 2022 as in 2021 without the kind of fiscal stimulus we’ve had this year? And we don’t think that that’s going to happen, because it won’t be as much of a push on the demand side,” he added. “And then on the supply side, we’re looking for the labor market to improve, more people returning to work, and of course the delivery and the ports to improve.” Other recent data have further underscored the present tightness on the supply side of the economy. Weekly U.S. jobless claims plunged more than expected to reach the lowest level since 1969 last week, coming in even below pre-pandemic levels. And U.S. job openings came in at more than 11 million for only the second time on record in October. “Wage increases are probably on the agenda for next year. That’s part of the broadening of inflationary pressures that we’ve already started to see come through in some of that CPI data,” Seema Shah, Principal Global Investors chief strategist, told Yahoo Finance Live on Thursday. “But I have to say that we’re not so worried because we’re starting to see other parts of the inflation picture actually starting to fade. So at the end of next year, 12 months from now, we’re not expecting the kind of 6-7% CPI numbers … We’re thinking more the 3% level for 12 months time.” Given the backdrop of elevated inflation, Federal Reserve officials have adopted more hawkish rhetoric about the monetary policy path forward. Some pundits suggested more rotation could occur in U.S. equity markets beneath the surface as investors price in expectations for tighter Fed policy to rein in inflation. The Federal Open Market Committee is slated to hold its final two-day monetary policy-setting meeting of the year next week. “If we go back to the bulk of the second half of 2020 and for much of this year, the pendulum of risk-on, risk-off in the market was really simply occurring just below the surface of the index, of the S&P 500 —meaning that when there was a risk-on rally, it was value and it was cyclicals,” Craig Fehr, principal and leader of investment strategy for Edward Jones, told Yahoo Finance Live on Thursday. “And when it was risk-off and the risk appetite was declining, it was tech that was the safe haven.””What we’re seeing is a transition now, particularly as the Fed is signaling a withdrawal of some of this excess liquidity and stimulus that’s been in place for quite some time,” he added. “The market isn’t going to run directly into high-valuation, perhaps tech names broadly like it has over the past year-and-a-half. I think we’re going to see more discernment.” For more on this article, please visit:https://finance.yahoo.com/news/stock-market-news-live-updates-december-10-2021-232629842.html
On today’s IGN The Fix: Games, The ABK Workers Alliance, a collective of Activision Blizzard and King employees, has initiated strike action against its employer. The group plans to continue its work stoppage until its demands are met. This follows walkouts from other Activision Blizzard groups, including Raven’s QA department. Announced via a post on Twitter, the group said “Today, the ABK Worker’s Alliance announces the initiation of its strike. We encourage our peers in the Game Industry to stand with us in creating lasting change.”One of Destiny’s most recognizable weapons is getting its own real-life Nerf overhaul. That’s right, Bungie is partnering up alongside toy-weapon creators Nerf to bring out their own foam-firing Gjallarhorn. Now listed on the Bungie store, the toy version of the legendary Destiny rocket launcher which will be available to pre-order in late 2022.A look at boss monsters in the world of Aden presented by Lineage2M!Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!
We’re waiting for a judge to determine whether to release the medical records of Henry Ruggs III in his deadly DUI case. 13 Action News spoke with Chip Siegel, a longtime Las Vegas criminal justice attorney, to better understand why the medical records are so significant in this case.