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Past articles by Jonathan:

Labor Market Slowdown: 1.6 Million New Jobs In 2023—But Millions At Risk As These Industries Struggle Most

As waves of layoffs plague tech giants and retailers, experts predict as many as 2 million jobs could ultimately be lost by the end of next year. → Read More

Best And Worst Investments Of 2023: Bitcoin And Tech Stocks Surge As Oil Tumbles

Despite "troubling" warning signs, the market has minted a stunning rally this year. → Read More

Trump Jr. Embroiled In Racist Email Controversy As Longtime Hunting Buddy Faces 14-Year-Old Legal Battle

“I’m going to park [my son] at the border with a sh*t pile of ammo," Trump Jr.’s friend allegedly wrote in a decade-old email to the former president’s son. → Read More

Fed Pauses Interest Rate Hikes For First Time In Over A Year—But Signals More May Still Come

Interest rates are sitting at the highest level since 2007. → Read More

SEC Charges Coinbase—Alleges Crypto Trading Platform Operated As Unregistered Exchange Since 2019

"We'll continue to operate our business as usual," Coinbase said after the suit, which comes one day after regulators levied 13 charges against fellow exchange Binance. → Read More

Labor Market Added Staggering 339,000 Jobs Last Month—But Unemployment Rate Rose To 3.7%

Employment growth is strong, but "fragmented," one economist notes. → Read More

Retailer Stock Crash Signals Possible Price Wars Looming

Shares of Advance Auto Parts collapsed more than 30% following a “downright horrible” earnings report after it was forced to slash prices. Foot Locker and AutoZone are among retailers facing similar headwinds. → Read More

Inflation Unexpectedly Ticks Down—But Prices Still Rose 4.9% In April

Annual inflation fell for a tenth-straight month in April, but it remains well above historical levels. → Read More

Dow Jumps 500 Points As Apple Surges And Bank Stocks Rally—But Risk Of Market Accident Lingers

The selloff in regional banks "appears to have gotten out of hand," says one analyst, but many are still worried about what may come next. → Read More

Jobs Report Better Than Expected: Labor Market Adds 253,000, Unemployment Ticks Down To 3.4%

The pace of job cuts has more than quadrupled from last year. → Read More

Fed Raises Rates Another 25 Basis Points—Signals Pause May Come If Greater ‘Risks Emerge’

"The Fed still has clear inflationary pressures to battle against," warns one economist. → Read More

Dow Plunges 500 Points As More Bank Stocks Crash

"The nature of this particular dive feels different than was the case in March," says one analyst who warns of the implications for the regional bank sector → Read More

This Stock Market Indicator Is The Weakest It's Ever Been—And Other Warning Signs Are Flaring

The "extreme concentration" in stocks right now supports a "bearish outcome for the market," JPMorgan is warning. → Read More

Credit Card Delinquencies Test Multi-Year Highs As Job Market Faces 'Material' Worsening, Capital One Warns

There are "nascent signs of trouble brewing" in the world of consumer credit card debt, one analyst cautions. → Read More

Dow Plunges Over 500 Points As Bank Stocks Collapse

"The stakes are so high," says one economist of the sudden bank-spurred plunge ahead of a key jobs report. → Read More

Jobless Claims Unexpectedly Rise To 2023 High As Fed Hikes Threaten New Waves Of Layoffs

U.S. employers are slashing jobs at the fastest pace since the Great Recession despite strong growth in the overall labor market. → Read More

How High Will Fed Raise Rates? Powell Fuels Fears Rates Could Hit 6%

After his comments fueled one of the year's biggest stock market plunges, Powell is set to testify before lawmakers again on Wednesday. → Read More

Could The Housing Market Collapse Again? Recovery Talk 'Premature' After Mortgage Rates Surge Past 7%

The recent bounce in housing activity is likely a "mirage," says one economist. → Read More

Dow Falls 400 Points As Surprisingly Hot Inflation Data Threatens More Aggressive Fed Policy

Consumers are already making a large dent in savings and seeing a "concerning rise" in delinquencies, but inflation is barely budging. → Read More

Dow Falls 400 Points As Fed Official Warns Hot Inflation Data Serves As 'Cautionary Tale'

After two bouts of worse-than-expected inflation data this week, investors are fearing the Fed could be forced to raise rates several times this year. → Read More