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Markets Extend Slump As Wall Street Returns From July 4th Holiday

The S&P 500 was down 1.5% as of midday Tuesday and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.8% to just over 30,500.


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Companies Could Face Hurdles Covering Abortion Travel Costs

4:36The New York Stock Exchange
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Why Are Financial Markets So Volatile?

2:06Gas prices displayed at a gas station
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Key Inflation Gauge Tracked By Federal Reserve Remains At 6.3%

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U.S. Economy Shrank 1.6% To Start Year

3:01An advertisement for Bitcoin cryptocurrency is displayed on a street.

The Growing Problem Of Cybercriminals Scamming Crypto Investors

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Former Tesla Worker Rejects $15 Million Award In Racism Case

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Where Did Credit Scores Come From?

3:38An advertisement of Bitcoin.
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Bitcoin Loses 11% Value In 24 Hours

1:45A potential car buyer looks at a car.

Experts Share How To Buy A Car After Federal Interest Rate Hike

3:35People wait in line at the airport.

Pandemic, Economy Impacts Continue To Hurt Airlines Globally

4:02Revlon CEO Debra Perelman shows products
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Beauty Icon Revlon Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

0:18Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell
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Fed Attacks Inflation With Largest Rate Hike Since 1994

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Researcher Says Airline Bookings Dip As Fares Keep Rising

2:52The Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C.
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All Eyes On Federal Reserve As Inflation Rates Continue To Rise

3:53Andrew Jackson on a $20 bill is shown
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Americans Frustrated With Rising Interest Rates

3:28Two men work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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Wall Street Slips Into A Bear Market; Here’s What That Means

2:57Customers shopping at grocery store.
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U.S. Inflation Hit A New 40-Year High Last Month Of 8.6%

7:19A woman works on a computer.

How Sharing Your Salary Can Help Make Your Job More Equitable

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U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Increase By 27,000

4:59A bitcoin symbol is shown on an LED screen during a cryptocurrency event in El Salvador.
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El Salvador Pushed For Bitcoin. Now It's Dealing With The Risk

2:24Apple CEO Tim Cook
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Why Do CEOs Get Paid So Much?

3:13A customer pumps gas at an Exxon gas station.
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Near-Record Inflation And Looming Recession Concerns

2:08Bartender pours a drink
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U.S. Added 390,000 Jobs In May As Hirings Remained Robust

0:58Oil pump jack
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OPEC+ Alliance To Decide Oil Output As U.S. Prices Hit Record High

3:16Consumers shopping at a grocery store

Consumers Look To Cut Costs, Make Extra Money As Prices Rise

1:52High gas prices and cars.
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More Memorial Day Travel Expected, Despite High Prices

2:56Consumer shops at a store
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U.S. Economy Shrank 1.5% In First Quarter Of 2022

3:38People walk past a downtown Zara store.

Cities Are Taking A Financial Hit As More People Work From Home

3:00New York Stock Exchange.
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Economists Concerned Over Possible 2023 Recession

2:10Home for sale
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Housing Shortage Leads To Skyrocketing Home Prices