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U.S. Stocks suffer their largest weekly outflow in 11 weeks

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As central bankers’ hawkish messaging fueled fears of a deeper economic downturn, investors withdrew billions of dollars from U.S. equity funds over the past week. According to strategists at BofA Global Research, citing EPFR Global data in their weekly report, U.S. stock funds recorded their largest weekly outflow in 11 weeks from September 7. The exodus was largely from technology stocks, which booked withdrawals of $1.8 billion. Read More

Goldman Sachs To Lift Vaccination, Covid-19 Requirements In Most Offices Next Month

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In response to new guidance from federal health officials, Goldman Sachs said Tuesday it would lift all Covid-19 requirements in most offices beginning September 6. According to a memo received by CNBC on Tuesday, the bank will no longer require its employees to be vaccinated or wear face coverings when entering its offices. The policy covers most offices, except those in Lima and New York City. Read More

The Importance of Education Grants

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There is no doubt that any assistance that can be provided to someone who wishes to study is critical to their success, which is why grants and scholarships are such an important means of assisting individuals who choose to pursue studies and research in an academic setting. Read More

The First Case of Omicron Reported in America

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The First Case of Omicron Reported in America
Panic seems to be rising as the first case of the Omicron variant has been reported in the United States in the state of California. Scientists still don’t know all of the specifics of this variant, but it does have the most mutations out of all the variants before it. This one could be more deadly, but it also might not be. We are still weeks away from having all the answers. Read More

Shiba Inu Rockets Past Dogecoin

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October has been an interesting month in the world of crypto. The latest meme-coin craze is Shiba Inu, which reached a market capitalization of $40 billion in the last week of the month. The cryptocurrency is a little hard to get though. You can only get it on Coinbase in some states. Robinhood is under a lot of pressure from their users to add more crypto to the platform. Some even signed a petition to add Shiba Inu specifically. Read More

Making the Holidays Work on a Budget

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The holidays are coming, and while it is the most wonderful time of the year, it is also the most expensive for some. It can be overwhelming and stressful to have to worry about holiday shopping. It’s not impossible, though, and there are many ways to make the holidays cheaper. The first thing you should know is that you do not have to buy gifts for every single person in your life. You don’t have to buy gifts for anyone, but that’s easier said than done. Read More

Here Are Tips for Getting a Home Loan

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If you want to take out a mortgage loan, you’ll need to start with making sure you know your credit score and that you have a budget that you can stick to. From there, you’ll also want to take into account all of your existing debt and try to pay off as much as possible before taking on another new faction of debt. You also don’t want to do any other major purchases in that time. Read More