The sudden collapse of Afghanistan is raising questions about the standing of the U.S. in the eyes of its allies and enemies, while investors and analysts debate what it means for the dollar and other assets. See full story.
Americans are creating their own vaccine mandates by cutting ties with the unvaccinated
At least 30% of Millennials or Gen Z in the U.S. say they have cut ties with a friend, family member or acquaintance because they wouldn’t get the COVID-19 vaccine. See full story.
‘Bubble-like behavior’ unlikely to destabilize the stock market, but JPMorgan says value will prove a ‘cushion’ as yields rise
Bond yields and cyclical bets in equities probably bottomed this month and are on their way up for the rest of 2021, with rising rates and pockets of “bubble-like behavior” unlikely to destabilize the stock market, according to JPMorgan strategists. See full story.
Are Americans heading back to stores for back-to-school shopping? We’re about to find out
With back-to-school shopping in full swing, large retail chains are about to take their turn on Wall Street’s earnings stage and outline their COVID-19 recovery. See full story.
Why won’t anyone hire this 60-year-old?
Has the system of employment search and response has become intrinsically biased toward younger people? See full story.
Most households who receive Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits have at least one working adult. See full story.