Achieving “herd immunity” and returning to the workplace is pretty complicated
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Also on today's show: Appliance shortages are holding up home improvement and construction, and why retailers are opening so many brick-and-mortar stores this year.
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Bond investors are demanding higher corporate bond yields. That's a good sign about where the economy's headed this year.
Homebuilders are passing the costs of delays on to consumers because demand for houses is so high.
Many are discount chains occupying newly vacant space. Some stores offer experiences only available in person.
For COVID-19, predictions of what it will take to reach herd immunity vary wildly, and it's more complicated than one magic number.
A Michigan stationery retailer saw a big sales trend last year: sympathy cards with a "We're in this together" message.