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Tech stocks may come out of free fall, but sector won't return to pandemic-era highs even as Fed eases rate hikes

Tech stocks may come out of free fall, but sector won’t return to pandemic-era highs even as Fed eases rate hikes

Tech stocks won’t return to 2021 highs even after the Fed slows or ends its rate hikes. Experts say the sector’s bubble was inflated and eventually burst by wider structural issues. As liquidity dries up and investor enthusiasm wanes, the sector could do well in 2023. Loading Something is loading. Thank you for your registration! …

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BMO launches free financial literacy e-book

BMO launches free financial literacy e-book

BMO’s Financial Literacy eBook, in partnership with United Way Worldwide, is a digital repository to help consumers make real financial progress and bridge the information gap among Americans. The resource provides expert financial advice on budgeting, debt management, digital banking, home ownership, and more. Majority of United Way Clients Say They Would Find Additional Financial …

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Europe First: Brussels is preparing to give up its ideals of free trade

Europe First: Brussels is preparing to give up its ideals of free trade

The last great defender of rules-based open commerce — the European Union — is about to fall. It happens in slow motion and the impact will be painful. If the world’s largest trading bloc abandons the concept of free trade, the entire global economy will suffer. But such an outcome looks increasingly likely, as the …

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Personal finance: We've met the enemy, and it's not the recession |  Chattanooga Times Free Press

Personal finance: We’ve met the enemy, and it’s not the recession | Chattanooga Times Free Press

“Your money is like a soap bar. The more you handle it, the more it diminishes.” — Economist Eugène Fama The Federal Reserve’s necessarily vigorous response to persistently high inflation has increased the likelihood of a recession in the next 12 months if it has not already begun. For many investors, the instinctive response to …

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