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Online brokerage Robinhood’s practice of giving customers a share of stock for opening an account or referring friends could soon cost it a lot more money on.wsj.com/2ULd4zI
The amount of rental assistance money distributed to tenants and landlords rose to $4.7 billion as of July 31. That’s still a fraction of the $47 billion appropriated by Congress. on.wsj.com/3ztLJRy
New orders for long-lasting manufactured goods slipped 0.1% in July on.wsj.com/3B9Jqnl
Treasury says revenue rose 18% to a record $3.3 trillion from October through July compared with a year earlier on.wsj.com/2WjQDlS
The inventory of homes on the market has risen in recent months, but the supply of homes on the market remains well below demand, according to market participants on.wsj.com/3sKwql3
Inflation stayed high in July, with U.S. consumer prices rising 5.4% from a year ago as the economic recovery gained steam. on.wsj.com/3jdHJPN
Personal bankruptcy filings fell 33%, while business filings declined 17% in the year ended June 30 from the previous 12 months on.wsj.com/3jdHX9B
U.S. factories and service providers reported sharply slower growth in August, the forecasting firm IHS Markit said Monday in its surveys of purchasing managers. on.wsj.com/3B74pqJ
The inventory of homes on the market has risen in recent months, but the supply of homes on the market remains well below demand, according to market participants on.wsj.com/3B6cbkF
As secret hospital prices emerge, lawsuits challenge new price transparency regulations on healthcare services on.wsj.com/3sJSmN5
U.S. factories and service providers are reporting sharply slower growth due to the Delta variant and troubles in hiring and shipping on.wsj.com/388PK1T
"It seems like it is just a bust." Small-business confidence dropped in August to its lowest level since March as the Delta variant saps momentum on.wsj.com/3gucdv2
▶️Video: How a small Covid-19 outbreak in China is pushing toy prices higher on.wsj.com/3guMDpI
Crypto is a global market, but coordinated regulation appears limited. The U.S., Europe and China have taken different approaches to oversight. on.wsj.com/3sGep7s
Crypto is a global market, but coordinated regulation appears limited. The U.S., Europe and China have taken different approaches to oversight. on.wsj.com/3y9FAbP
Crypto is a global market, but coordinated regulation appears limited. The U.S., Europe and China have taken different approaches to oversight. on.wsj.com/3jc3f7d
Hair styling and medical fields are among the occupations where state licensing rules can bar entry; Biden has pushed for changes. Advocates for the regulations say the requirements protect the public. on.wsj.com/3yfMPiH
Questions over legitimacy of Taliban rule leads World Bank to suspend funding for projects in Afghanistan. on.wsj.com/3sRdqBt
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s remarks at the central bank’s Jackson Hole economic symposium on Friday cap off a full week of economic data on.wsj.com/2UKjrDn
The House narrowly passed a measure approving a $3.5 trillion budget blueprint and locking in a late September vote on a $1 trillion infrastructure bill, ending a standoff between centrist Democrats and their leaders. on.wsj.com/3guhlPO
The U.S. is debating trillions of dollars more in spending that would push its borrowing toward levels policy makers in Japan have long embraced on.wsj.com/386RbxJ
If licensing rules were relaxed, “I’ll be able to give employment to people,” says a Louisiana hair salon owner, adding having more braiders would also help the business’s sales wsj.com/articles/covid…
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At the center of the Fed’s debate: how long the currently higher inflation will last, and what the central bank should do about it. Answers might come soon, when Fed Chairman Powell speaks this week. on.wsj.com/3mvRhaK
The euro is trading near its lowest level against the dollar in nine months as investors bet that the eurozone will maintain lower interest rates and have a slower economic recovery than the U.S. on.wsj.com/2WoFEao
▶️Video: How a small Covid-19 outbreak in China is pushing toy prices higher on.wsj.com/3zeMgHb
House Democratic leaders made a last-minute commitment to vote on passing the bipartisan infrastructure bill by the end of next month, in hopes of closing a rift with centrist Democrats on.wsj.com/3gp3OJh
U.S. factories and service providers reported sharply slower growth in August, the forecasting firm IHS Markit said Monday in its surveys of purchasing managers. on.wsj.com/2XWYsPb
The coronavirus pandemic has heated up the long simmering debate on whether a swath of workers should need a license for jobs such as hair braiding, nursing and fitness training. on.wsj.com/3zs5iKp
Drought is blistering key U.S. cash crops, further elevating prices for staples including corn and wheat. on.wsj.com/3sMbBG6
Afghanistan’s disintegrating economy puts pressure on the Taliban to negotiate on.wsj.com/3gskOyq
At the center of the Fed’s debate: how long the currently higher inflation will last, and what the central bank should do about it. Answers might come soon, when Fed Chairman Powell speaks this week. on.wsj.com/2XTn4Z1
If licensing rules were relaxed, “I’ll be able to give employment to people,” says a Louisiana hair salon owner, adding having more braiders would also help the business’s sales on.wsj.com/3Ddbjg8
The inventory of homes on the market has risen in recent months, but the supply of homes on the market remains well below demand, according to market participants on.wsj.com/3kkXweC
Banks in Afghanistan remain closed amid a shortage of cash as dollar shipments and foreign aid are halted on.wsj.com/3kfvmlv
At the center of the Fed’s debate: how long the currently higher inflation will last, and what the central bank should do about it. Answers might come soon, when Fed Chairman Powell speaks this week. on.wsj.com/388xplu
U.S. factories and service providers are reporting sharply slower growth due to the Delta variant and troubles in hiring and shipping on.wsj.com/388Uswy
A rapid decline in iron-ore prices is taking Wall Street by surprise after a spring run to record highs on.wsj.com/3ydNa5g
Crypto is a global market, but coordinated regulation appears limited. The U.S., Europe and China have taken different approaches to oversight. on.wsj.com/3y5xGAd
The U.S. is debating trillions of dollars more in spending that would push its borrowing toward levels policy makers in Japan have long embraced on.wsj.com/3D9uwPN
U.S. factories and service providers are reporting sharply slower growth due to the Delta variant and troubles in hiring and shipping on.wsj.com/2UERzjZ
At the center of the Fed’s debate: how long the currently higher inflation will last, and what the central bank should do about it. Answers might come soon, when Fed Chairman Powell speaks this week. on.wsj.com/2UELOTp
Fewer bond purchases should mean a higher yield. But the Fed’s discussion of withdrawing stimulus shows a shift in mentality toward tighter monetary policy. on.wsj.com/3sCjXzW
The inventory of homes on the market has risen in recent months, but the supply of homes on the market remains well below demand, according to market participants on.wsj.com/3j9AB6L
The infrastructure bill and Covid-19 aid won’t buy transportation agencies what they really need: more riders on.wsj.com/3B7yTsC
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s remarks at the central bank’s Jackson Hole economic symposium on Friday cap off a full week of economic data on.wsj.com/3mq7nTh
Crypto is a global market, but coordinated regulation appears limited. The U.S., Europe and China have taken different approaches to oversight. on.wsj.com/3mkGdgC
Glynn’s Take: RBA Likely to Be Split on QE Tapering as Covid Rages On on.wsj.com/3y4cf2J
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s remarks at the central bank’s Jackson Hole economic symposium on Friday cap off a full week of economic data on.wsj.com/383L8Kp
The U.S. is debating trillions of dollars more in spending that would push its borrowing toward levels policy makers in Japan have long embraced on.wsj.com/3B17nNx
The infrastructure bill and Covid-19 aid won’t buy transportation agencies what they really need: more riders on.wsj.com/2W7hq55
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