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Our take on the most relevant or interesting figure in personal finance today.
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Virus Fears Spook Stocks; Dow Has Worst Day This Year
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Financial Illiteracy May Cost Average American $1,634
$15 billion
IRS Sends First-Ever Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments
50%
Child Credit Payments Thursday May Surprise Many Parents
NOTD - 47%
It’s Been 40 Years Since So Many Places Hiked Prices
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Consumer Inflation Expectations Jump to New High
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Biden Targets Monopolies Said to Cost Families Thousands
$369
Runaway Home Prices Require Quintupling Monthly Savings
764,000
Restaurant Workers Flex Leverage, Quit en Masse
20 cents - That’s how much the average price of a gallon of gas could rise by the end of August, according to AAA’s latest estimates
Summer Pain Ahead at the Gas Pump, AAA Says
NOTD - 9.2%
Black Workers Face Steeper Climb From Worst of Pandemic
NOTD - $2,433
Shopping for a Used Car? Prepare for Sticker Shock
29% - NOTD
Turnover Wave Approaches, As More Workers Plan To Quit
NOTD - 5
Ban on Evictions Narrowly Upheld by Supreme Court
NOTD - 16
Consumer Attitudes Emerge From Pandemic Sunny-Side Up
NOTD - 1,855%
Want A House In Seattle? Be Prepared to Pay Up
43.6 Million -- Number of the Day
Roadtrippers Seen In Record Numbers This July 4 Holiday
37
Final Countdown Begins on Eviction, Foreclosure Bans
NOTD - 53%
Retirement Optimism Rises After Pandemic, Schwab Says
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Despite Appearances, Home Sales Fizzle, Not Sizzle
2 million
Millions Won’t Automatically Get New Child Tax Credit
NOTD - 29%
Turnover Wave Approaches, As More Workers Plan To Quit
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What Was At Stake in the Supreme Court Obamacare Ruling
5.5 million
US Faces Massive Gap in Housing Stock, Report Finds
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Mortgage Rates Are in Hover Mode After Runup
83 cents
Just in Time for Summer, Gas Prices Are Rising Again
19
Real Estate Lobby: Let Renter Eviction Ban End June 30
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Renting a Car Costs a Fortune Now: Here’s Why
15%
Help Wanted Getting Help: HR Job Postings Outpace
Number of the Day 48%
Nearly Half of U.S. Small Businesses Have Job Openings
35%
Consumers Grow Far Gloomier About Home Buying
NOTD - 14
May Hiring Pace Signals Full Recovery Still 14 Months Out
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Federal Aid Helped Everyone Put Food on the Table
$225
Frequent Overdrafters Live on the Financial Edge
60%
Brace Yourselves for Another Heavy Hurricane Season
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Slim Majority Favor Vaccine Mandates to Return to Work
14.9%
US, Emerging From Pandemic, Keeps Penchant for Saving
NOTD - 45%
Stuck Until Spring, Jobless Claims Drop Sharply
$74,600
Income Disparities Show Many Asian American Experiences
NOTD - 40%
Ready for Takeoff? Summer Travel Returns to 2019 Level
2014 - NOTD
Hitting the Road This Memorial Day? Be Ready to Pay
NOTD - 25%
Housing: The One Market Where Cash Is Increasingly King
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Soaring Market Makes Millionaires of Retirement Savers
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Lack of Vacant Lots Compounds Housing Shortage
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DIY’ers Pause Projects Due to Soaring Material Costs
65 million
Monthly Tax Credit Payments to Help 65 Million Children
4.8 Million
Red State Back-to-Work Trend Could Impact 4.8 Million
1.18 Million
Behind the Tesla Reversal: Bitcoin’s Environmental Toll
NOTD - 10%
Low Inventory Hits the Gas on Used Car Prices
993,000 - NOTD
Plenty of Jobs on the Menu As Restaurants Crave Workers
$3 - that's how much an average gallon of gas may cost this week, AAA says.
Fill Her Up! Gas Could Hit $3 per Gallon This Week
711,500 - NOTD
Massive Number of Missing Jobs Proves Head-Scratcher
NOTD - 4
Jobless Data Is Now Firmly in New Territory
10
Is Federal Aid Causing Labor Shortage? Montana Thinks So
$2,920
That Trade-In Car Could Earn You Top Dollar
NOTD $35,872
Runaway Lumber Costs Send New Home Prices Soaring
16.3% - NOTD
Great Scott! Inflation Is Real on Toilet Paper Prices
$1.4 trillion NOTD
Investing in IRS Can Help Pay for Biden’s Spending Plan
4
Biden: Bigger, Better Child Tax Credit Should Last Through 2025
12 million
School Meals, Free for Another Year, Seen As Lifeline