The recovery continues, but we’re losing some momentum
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There were 1.8 million jobs added last month, 200,000 more than economists expected. The numbers aren't quite as positive if you dig deeper. Plus, the Trump administration acts — on Chinese companies and Canadian aluminum.
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It's always good when we have more job growth than expected, but the recent numbers reflect a timing issue
A lot of schools went back early, which means a lot of teachers went back to work. But those are gains we won't see later in the year. Christopher Low, chief economist at FHN Financial, has more.
Trump officials plan to delist Chinese companies that don't meet audit standards
Regulators want access to financial audits of Chinese companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges.
With executive orders, White House takes aim at two social media giants
These orders mean that in 45 days, transactions with WeChat or TikTok from American persons or companies would be banned.
Trump brings back tariff on Canadian aluminum, one month after USMCA takes effect
The president says Canada is flooding the U.S. with imported aluminum and undercutting American companies.
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