A major market shift is forming as the economy begins to reopen: Value stocks are gaining popularity over growth names, including technology. But according to Oppenheimer Asset Management’s John Stoltzfus, that doesn’t mean the winners will automatically become losers. The market bull sees technology as a vital part of the economic fight to function amid
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday that he thought some stocks were rallying too far too quickly given the high level of unemployment in the United States as the economy tries to pull out of the coronavirus slowdown.  “It’s too ‘happy days are here again,'” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” “It’s just not going
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Warren Faidley | Getty Images The coronavirus pandemic has battered Americans’ household finances, but another major threat lies around the corner: hurricane season. Only 15% of adults polled by the American Institute of CPAs have created a disaster plan to protect their household finances. The organization, which represents accountants, polled 2,050 U.S. adults in the
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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan is unlikely to change its academic year to start in September rather than April in either 2020 or 2021, domestic media said on Thursday, despite calls for reform that advocates say would help internationalise the country’s education system. Schools closed in Japan in March because of the coronavirus outbreak, stoking concern
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For the second time in 12 years, the U.S. economy and financial markets are facing an unexpected crisis of uncertain proportions. While the 2008 financial crisis and the current coronavirus pandemic are very different in character, both have produced extraordinary volatility in financial markets. Both downturns have also presented major challenges for financial advisors as they
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A House bill with bipartisan support would allow 2020 college graduates to postpone their student loan payments for three years without interest accruing.  Meanwhile, Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, has introduced legislation in the Senate that would do the same.  “Students graduating from college this year are suddenly facing significant hurdles entering the workforce,” Romney said
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State and local governments need federal funding for K-12 education.  Otherwise, severe budget cuts will damage the economy, undermine our long-term prosperity, and increase inequality and discrimination. Striking teachers are joined by parents and students on the picket line outside Dahlia Heights … [+] Elementary School in the Eagle Rock section of Los Angeles, California on
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