GDP numbers are coming this week. What can we expect?
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And they're likely going to look relatively impressive. But because the second quarter was so rough, we need context for third-quarter numbers. Plus, Dunkin' Brands is eyeing a sale. And, bringing more attention to plastic pollution.
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GDP numbers, an election — there's a lot for markets to think about right now
And Julia Coronado, founder and president of MacroPolicy Perspectives, thinks we're going to be without fiscal support — federal pandemic relief — for the next several months, given the impasse lawmakers are at right now. "We've made a lot of progress, but we've made a lot of progress because of fiscal support," Coronado said. "So how do we weather the next four, five, six months?"
Inspire Brands, the owner of Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings and Jimmy John's, is in talks to buy Dunkin’ Brands.
The pop-up "store" is filled with handcrafted items made from single-use plastic bags.