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Fed officials floated faster rate hikes in January meeting

Federal Reserve officials said last month the bank may need to raise interest rates and reduce its bond holdings faster than they currently anticipate if inflation continues to rise above their target, according to minutes of the meeting released on Wednesday. Members of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), which sets Fed monetary policy, discussed… Read More »Fed officials floated faster rate hikes in January meeting

How to Recover From Burnout as an Entrepreneur

If you’ve been feeling depleted while running your business, you could be dealing with more than just a rough patch. Burnout, which the World Health Organization officially recognized in its 2019 International Classification of Diseases, is a syndrome that results from chronic workplace stress and requires its own unique attention and treatment. Unlike other mental health… Read More »How to Recover From Burnout as an Entrepreneur

Wholesale prices rise 1% in January, up near-record 9.7% over the past year

KEY POINTS The producer price index, which measures wholesale prices, rose 1% in January and 9.7% for the 12-month period, the latter just off the record high. Core PPI rose 0.9%. Both increases were at least double the Wall Street estimates. Manufacturing in the New York region increased modestly in February but was below expectations.… Read More »Wholesale prices rise 1% in January, up near-record 9.7% over the past year

IRS backlog hits nearly 24 million returns, further imperiling the 2022 tax filing season

Nearly 24 million taxpayers are still waiting for the Internal Revenue Service to process their tax returns from last year — a number far larger than previously reported by the agency — with many refunds being held up for 10 months or more. The inventory of unprocessed returns and related correspondence was provided by the… Read More »IRS backlog hits nearly 24 million returns, further imperiling the 2022 tax filing season

SPACs With $160 Billion Scrounge for Targets as Clock Ticks Down

Billions of dollars earmarked for takeovers by blank-check companies have piled up unused as the hot-then-not mania fades for speculative stocks. Almost 600 special-purpose acquisition companies holding nearly $160 billion in the trust are searching for something to buy, data compiled by Boardroom Alpha show. That marks a more than seven-fold jump for SPACs from… Read More »SPACs With $160 Billion Scrounge for Targets as Clock Ticks Down