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'The disappointing jobs report makes it clear that paying people not to work is dampening what should be a stronger jobs market,' the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said.
A new survey suggests an even better gift would be offering mom more financial peace of mind --- but it’s likely there’s a dining splurge coming too.
The average unit price for meat rose 8.6% over the last year, figures show.
'This will be one less arrow in the concern quiver.'
After her financial circumstances changed, Toi Cudworth delayed payments on some loans, and bought frozen chicken and veggies because they’re cheaper and they last longer.
‘I have a $3,000-a-month pension. I am living with my ill father, and I am currently not working and looking for a job. I am going to college using the GI Bill. I am almost 50, and have no 401(k).’
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The U.K. government has relaxed travel restrictions, which could boost some specific stocks.