The US labor market remains tight despite claims still reaching a 10-month high

Weekly jobless claims increased from 4,000 to 230,000 Continuing claims increased by 62,000 to 1.671 million WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits increased moderately last week, a sign of a labor market that remains tight and strong despite growing fears of a recession as the Federal Reserve struggles … Read more

Intel aims to regain lost data center market share by 2024 • The Register

Intel’s CFO admitted there is “manufacturing inefficiency” that makes sense when you’re “a monopolist” but “doesn’t make sense anymore,” as he looks to shave billions in overhead from the chipmaker. At the same time, David Zinser, who joined Intel in January after being CFO at Micron, has claimed that the latter employer is better positioned … Read more

My girlfriend and I are moving in together but I’m worried about what I might do if we break up

Pay Dirt is Slate’s financial advice column. I have a question? Send it to Lillian, Athena and Elizabeth here. (It’s anonymous!) dear push dirt, My girlfriend and I are moving in together this year when she is buying her first home. We’re very excited, but obviously this achievement comes with a lot of conversations about … Read more

IOC Young Leaders Program 2023/2026 for emerging young leaders (seed funding of CHF 10,000)

Deadline for submissions: December 31, 2022 Launched in October 2020, the newly designed program sees 25 young leaders imagine, design and realize their own sustainable sports-based social businesses. Over the four years, each participant will receive expert mentorship on a myriad of topics from human-centered design to impact measurement and user testing, as well as … Read more

Hong Kong shares rose about 3% after reports said the city was considering easing a Covid law

China’s National Health Commission has issued guidelines for treating COVID at home Chinese health authorities announced Guidelines for treating covid patients at home On Thursday, the day after the policy was formalized to allow most The infected patients should be quarantined at homeAs part of the country’s mitigation measures. The notice on the National Health … Read more

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Can you still retire on a million dollars? This is what today’s millionaires want to know.

Well, it’s not a million dollar thing it used to be. This is a concern among a staggering number of millionaires in America. So, at least, money management giant Natixis, which owns bond store Loomis Sayles, among others, reports. Natixis surveyed about 1,600 people who have at least $1 million in “investable assets.” And just … Read more

Six Charts in the Bitcoin Mining Market – Bitcoin Magazine

Bitcoin mining companies continue to struggle to survive in the ongoing bear market. dreams about excel Bitcoin as a public mining company is long gone. Bankruptcies And the Lawsuits Make routine addresses. Even Wall Street analysts were up once On investment opportunities in bitcoin mining, they now say they’Pull the plugUntil the market gets better. … Read more

Why 50% of women say they are behind on retirement savings

Timber theft | Digital Vision | Getty Images Getting enough money to retire is a challenge for all workers. Women are 50% more likely to say they are late, compared to 35% of men, a New report from Goldman Sachs have found. Furthermore, 24% said they were “far behind schedule,” compared to 14% of men. … Read more