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Dollar Steadies Near 16-Week Low While Yuan Approaches 15-Year Record Gain

The U.S. dollar stabilized on Friday near a 16-week low when measured against a basket of other currencies including the euro. The currency fell by 0.1% at 104.55; just marginally higher than its lowest level since June 29 of 104.36. With key U.S. labor market...

U.S. Natural Gas Futures Fall Following Demand Forecast

U.S. natural gas futures fell by 4% on Wednesday, thereby hitting a two-week low. Front-month gas futures fell 4.1% to $5.785 per million British thermal units—the lowest figure since November 1. This comes after forecasts for less cold weather and lower-than-expected heating demand next week...

Home Depot Workers Vote Against Unionization

The U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) confirmed on Saturday that retail workers of Home Depot Inc have voted against forming a union at a location in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 165 employees at the store voted against joining the independent union Home Depot Workers United,...

Job Growth Expected to Shrink as October Jobs Report Looms

The Labor Department is set to release its October Jobs Report at 8:30 a.m. on Friday. With the Federal Reserve implementing its most aggressive monetary tightening campaign in decades, analysts expect the Jobs Report to show a minor curb in job growth over the...

IRS Increases the Limits for Maximum Annual Retirement Contributions

The Internal Revenue Service will allow Americans to contribute more money to their retirement plan in 2023 than ever before. The IRS shared details on the maximum annual contribution for next year on Friday, revealing an increased limit compared to previous years. Considering the challenging...

Chipotle Will “Probably” Increase Prices in California Due to Minimum Wage Bill

You might have noticed that your favorite Chipotle items have been more expensive than ever in 2022 as the fast-food chain served their customers with two significant price hikes this year. And it might not be the end of it, at least for Chipotle...