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Inflation

Twin brothers go viral for hot takes on inflation: $20 used to go 'a long way'

New York brothers Jojo and Nicky Scarlotta share how they rose to TikTok fame after sharing relatable videos on inflation.

One in eight retirees going back to work in 2024, survey finds

Retired nurse Joyce Fleming shares why she decided to return to work due to rising costs.

Barry Knapp shares inflation story ‘reality’: US still struggling with ‘misguided policy’ from the pandemic

Ironsides Macroeconomics managing partner Barry Knapp joins ‘Mornings with Maria’ with analysis on the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve’s inflation battle.

Economy

PA food supplier warns Americans getting squeezed by inflation are becoming 'resistant' to higher prices

American grocery shoppers and food suppliers alike are "tightening it up" within budgets as inflationary pressures weigh heavily on states like Pennsylvania.

Real estate market is completely different from anything we've ever seen: Katrina Campins

'Mansion Global' host Katrina Campins analyzes the housing market and identifies which areas could explode when interest rates retreat on 'The Big Money Show.'

Stock market could be pricing in a Trump presidency: Kevin Hassett

Former Council of Economic Advisors Chairman Kevin Hassett says markets might be looking forward to potential policy changes in the White House on 'Cavuto: Coast to Coast.'

S&P 5200? Jason Katz says Big Tech has to do the 'heavy lifting'

UBS managing director and senior portfolio Jason Katz discusses whether the S&P 500 will go 'parabolic in 2024 on 'Varney & Co.'

Fed's March rate cut is off the table thanks to 'stubborn inflation': Jeff Sica

Circle Squared Alternative Investments founder Jeff Sica discusses whether the Fed will cut interest rates in 2024 on 'Varney & Co.'

Economy

Which presidential administration would be better for business?

The collective wisdom of Wall Street is often much wiser than any one pundit or poll, and that collective wisdom seems to be banking on a Trump victory this November.

Lifestyle

Worried about losing your job? Financial backup plan is essential, say experts

With constant reports about layoffs and small business challenges in meeting payroll, many workers worry about losing their jobs and their overall career paths. Here's how to be proactive.

Inflation is fixed with stable value for the dollar: Steve Forbes

Forbes Media chairman Steve Forbes breaks down the administration's inflationary agenda on 'Kudlow.'

Stock market ‘more than ever’ is not Main Street: Charles Payne

‘Making Money’ host Charles Payne reacts to the hotter-than-expected PPI report, Bitcoin’s latest rally and tech stocks during an appearance on ‘The Big Money Show.’

Economy

Housing starts unexpectedly plummet to lowest level in five months

The Commerce Department reported Friday that housing starts dropped to the lowest level in five months thanks to wintry weather and high mortgage rates.

Economy

Wholesale inflation accelerates more than expected in January

The Labor Department on Friday said the producer price index climbed faster than expected in January, underscoring the difficulty of taming high inflation.

Fed likely won't cut rates at all in 2024: Kenny Polcari

SlateStone Wealth chief market strategist Kenny Polcari criticizes the Fed's 'illogical' rate cut story on 'Varney & Co.'

Input side of the inflation story is where the ‘action’ is going to be: Stephanie Pomboy

Macro Mavens President Stephanie Pomboy reacts to the U.S.’s consumer price index report as investors grapple with the impact inflation has had on the markets.

Federal Reserve does not want to appear ‘even slightly’ political: Dennis Gartman

Former editor of ‘The Gartman Letter’ Dennis Gartman and the Lonski Group President John Lonski preview Fed Chair Powell’s upcoming testimony on Capitol Hill on ‘Mornings with Maria.’

Better market opportunities to come 'later in the year': Phil Orlando

Federated Hermes chief equity market strategist Phil Orlando says the Fed will be 'very patient' before the central bank begins cutting rates.

Lifestyle

Target launches low-cost brand with prices starting under $1

Target is launching a new brand that will price most items under $10 in an effort to appeal to price-conscious shoppers. Some items will cost under $1.

Biden's net zero dream will economically kill the nation: Andy Puzder

Former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder warns Democrats' net zero carbon goal is a dangerous objective on 'Cavuto: Coast to Coast.'

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