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House approves infrastructure bill, sending it to Biden to be signed into law

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The U.S. House of Representatives late Friday votes to approve a bipartisan infrastructure bill, in a move that sends the $1 trillion package over to President Joe Biden to get signed into law See full story.

Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq end at record highs, extending streak of weekly gains on Pfizer pill study, stronger-than-expected jobs report

U.S. stocks close at all-time highs Friday, with major indexes booking another week of gains after a stronger-than-expected October jobs report and Pfizer's COVID-19 pill study. See full story.

‘I have never seen this before in my life’: This small business owner raised starting pay, but it’s not enough in today’s labor market

'People come to my company to apply for the job and they say 'I want to make $15 an hour,' says the co-owner of a Michigan doughnut shop. See full story.

Bitcoin cash hoax underlines need for regulatory protection, investor caution, experts say

Bitcoin cash spikes after fake press release said Kroger would begin accepting the crypto. FOMO, or fear of missing out, can leave investors vulnerable to fraud, experts warn. See full story.

‘The easiest thing to do is buy homes’: Offerpad CEO sees a bright future for iBuying despite Zillow’s high-profile exit

‘There’s been this narrative of how this is a chase to see who can buy the most homes the fastest. That's just not sustainable.’ See full story.


'Should I just move my $20,000 emergency fund to a high yield savings account?' See full story.

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