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Inflation Not Fading Fast Enough for Stock Investors

High inflation refuses to “go quietly into the night”. Instead, the most recent CPI report was too hot which greatly downgraded the odds of a rate cut coming in June or July. With that bond rates went higher on Wednesday and stock prices went lower. Thursday’s PPI report was a bit tamer helping to ease the mood. But it does …

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Investing in development works | Brookings

When finance ministers gather in Washington D.C. for the International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank Spring Meetings in April, a major agenda item will be funding for the International Development Association (IDA), the arm of the World Bank that gives grants and credits to the world’s poorest, most fragile, and most vulnerable countries. All potential donors are under fiscal stress. As …

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3 Financial Stocks to Enhance Your Investment Portfolio

The financial services industry is set for promising growth due to easy access to digital services, growing demand for credit, higher consumer spending, and integration of advanced technologies. Amid this backdrop, investors could consider buying fundamentally strong financial stocks: Visa Inc. (V), Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (BR), and FLEETCOR Technologies, Inc. (FLT). Before diving deeper into the fundamentals of these …

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Why CA schools should require a personal finance class

In summary A proponent of a ballot initiative that would make personal finance a graduation requirement for California high schools says the courses would enhance, not detract from, core subjects. Guest Commentary written by Yanely Espinal Yanely Espinal is the author of “Mind Your Money” and director of educational outreach at Next Gen Personal Finance. Re: “California keeps expanding school …

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