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strong wages, while great for consumers and their families, are what leads to increased spending, higher demand and persistent inflation. “The Fed has its work cut out for it to create sufficient slack that could ease price pressures,” she said. Get the Morning Rundown Get a head start on the morning’s top stories. SIGN UP THIS SITE IS PROTECTED BY RECAPTCHA PRIVACY POLICY | TERMS OF SERVICE Shah added that while all the jobs lost during the pandemic have now been regained, “markets will take [Friday’s] number as a timely reminder that there is significantly more Fed hiking still to come.” “[Interest] rates are going above 4% — today’s number should put to bed any doubters,” Shah said. The current rate is between 2.25% and 2.5%. Recommended CONSUMER Coca-Cola’s newest flavor ‘Dreamworld’ supposedly tastes like dreams CONSUMER U.S. Postal Service asks for temporary postage hike for holiday season While the Fed’s plan should, eventually, put the economy back in

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Aug. 6, 2022, 12:57 AM +07 By Rob Wile The U.S. economy added 528,000 new jobs last month, while the unemployment rate fell to 3.5% — tying the pre-pandemic low, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. But for many people, something may still feel off about the economy. It could be the 9% rate of inflation. Or the two consecutive quarters of negative gross domestic product data. “It’s a mixed bag,” said John Leer, chief economist at Morning Consult. “Everything people feel about the economy now, they’re likely going to be feeling differently six months from now, especially if we experience widespread job losses.” U.S. economy added 528,000 jobs in July, unemployment rate at 3.5% AUG. 5, 202202:03 Economists like Leer are already raising the prospect of higher unemployment because of the Federal Reserve’s plans to keep raising interest rates. As part of its so-called dual mandate, the nation’s central bank seeks to balance job and price stability — and right now, it believes there is too much demand for labor and not enough stability in consumer prices. So the Fed is expected to raise its key interest rate for the fifth time this year at its next meeting in September. The idea is to make borrowing more expensive to cool off demand and try to reverse price gains, bringing inflation down to where the central bank wants it to be, around 2%. As Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell put it at his most recent news conference: “We think it’s necessary to have growth slow down. … We actually think we need a period of growth below potential. … If we were to be able to get inflation back down on the path to 2% and ultimately get there.” In an email to clients Friday, Seema Shah, chief global strategist at Principal Global Investors, said the Fed is likely to raise its key rate by another 0.75%. “Not only is the labor market undoubtedly still tight, but wage growth is uncomfortably strong,” Shah said, suggesting that

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Aug. 7, 2022, 6:00 AM +07 By Ken Dilanian Billionaire Robert Brockman, who was indicted in 2020 in what has been called the largest ever tax evasion case against an individual in the U.S., has died. He was 81. Brockman’s death was confirmed Saturday by his lead attorney, Kathy Keneally. Additional details and the cause of death were not immediately available. His attorneys had been arguing in court that he had dementia and was incompetent to stand trial. But a judge in May ruled him competent and set a February trial date. Robert Brockman in 2011.Dave Rossman / Houston Chronicle via AP Brockman, a Florida native and Houston resident whose fortune Forbes has estimated at $4.7 billion, was the former CEO of Reynolds & Reynolds, an Ohio-based software company that provides solutions to businesses. In October 2020, the government charged him in a 39-count indictment with evading taxes on $2 billion in gains, wire fraud, money laundering and other offenses. He pleaded not guilty. The alleged scheme to conceal the billions in income from the IRS spanned decades, the Justice Department said in its announcement of the indictment. David L. Anderson, the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of California, said at the time that the “allegation of a $2 billion tax fraud is the largest ever tax charge against an individual” in the U.S. Get the Morning Rundown Get a head start on the morning’s top stories. SIGN UP THIS SITE IS PROTECTED BY RECAPTCHA PRIVACY POLICY | TERMS OF SERVICE Keneally, a longtime

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