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MLB roundup: Giants earn wild 11-inning win over Braves
  + stars: | 2021-09-18 | by ( )   time to read: +10 min
Tyler O'Neill added a two-run homer for the Cardinals, who moved 1 1/2 games up on the Padres in the race for the second National League wild-card slot. Twins right-hander Michael Pineda (7-8) allowed three runs (one earned), three hits and two walks in 5 2/3 innings. Aaron Ashby (3-0) struck out five and gave up three hits in three scoreless innings of relief for the win. Diamondbacks left-hander Madison Bumgarner took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, giving up a two-run homer to Jose Altuve. Pittsburgh starter Wil Crowe (4-7) earned his first win since July 30, allowing three hits, one walk and one run in five innings.
Persons: Brett Phillips, Kim Klement, Kevin Gausman, San Francisco, Travis d'Arnaud socked, Donovan Solano, Phillips, Bryan Garcia, Taylor, Andrew Kittredge, Tampa Bay's Yandy Diaz, Miguel Cabrera, Dylan Carlson, Louis, Tyler O'Neill, Miles Mikolas, Vince Velasquez, Zack Wheeler, Didi Gregorius, Wheeler, Jorge Polanco, Josh Donaldson, Miguel Sano, Brent Rooker, Rooker, Michael Pineda, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Toronto's Hyun Jin Ryu, Kyle Farmer, Luis Castillo, Farmer, Castillo, Walker Buehler, Joey Gallo, Corey Kluber, Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Brett Gardner, Gallo, Gio Urshela, Bobby Dalbec, Chris Sale, Boston thumped, Baltimore . Hunter Renfroe, Austin Hays, Kolten Wong, Lorenzo Cain, Luis Urias, Wong, Aaron Ashby, Josh Hader, Frank Schwindel, Kurt Suzuki, Mark Canha, Cole Irvin, Elias Diaz, Diaz, Kyle Finnegan, Sam Hilliard, Finnegan, Raimel Tapia, Garrett Hampson bunted, Brendan Rodgers, Hilliard, Lane Thomas, Keibert Ruiz, Chas McCormick, David Peralta, Houston, Jake Meyers, Tyler Clippard, plunked McCormick, Madison Bumgarner, Jose Altuve, Bumgarner, Kole Calhoun, Kelenic, Chris Flexen, Jon Heasley, Hunter Dozier, Luis Robert, Dylan, Jose Abreu, Romy Gonzalez, Eloy Jimenez, Cesar Hernandez, Leody Taveras, Cole Tucker lofted, Chris Stratton, Bryan De La Cruz, Wil Crowe, Elieser Hernandez Organizations: Tampa Bay Rays, Detroit Tigers, Tropicana Field, San, Giants, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta, Los Angeles Dodgers, National League West, Braves, NL, Philadelphia Phillies, Rays, Tigers, Tampa Bay, Detroit, Tampa, Cardinals, Padres, National League, Reds, Phillies, Mets, Blue Jays, Minnesota, Toronto, Twins, Yankees, Dodgers, Cincinnati, Los, The Yankees, New, Indians, Red Sox, Orioles, Boston, Baltimore ., Brewers, Cubs, Milwaukee, Chicago, Athletics, Angels, Oakland, Los Angeles, AL, Rockies, Nationals, Colorado, Rodgers, Washington, Astros, Diamondbacks, Houston, Arizona, After Arizona, Mariners, Royals, Seattle, Kansas City, Kansas City ., Kansas City . White Sox, Rangers, Texas, Pirates, Marlins, Miami, Pittsburgh, Thomson Locations: St, Petersburg , Florida, USA, St . Petersburg, Fla, San Diego, Cincinnati, Diego, Philadelphia, York, Los Angeles, New York, Cleveland, COVID, Baltimore, Los, Anaheim , Calif, Washington, After, Arizona, Kelenic, Kansas City . White, Arlington , Texas, Texas, Pittsburgh
The CEOs and other top executives from some of America’s biggest companies, including Microsoft, Disney and Walgreens, are set to meet with President Joe Biden on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the administration’s vaccination mandate. A resurgent coronavirus has constrained consumer activity across numerous service sectors, and is keeping workers from rejoining the labor force. Investment bank Goldman Sachs estimated that an additional 12 million people will get vaccinated as a result of Biden’s vaccine mandate, which will improve labor demand and labor force participation. AnnElizabeth Konkel, economist at the jobs platform Indeed, agreed that the White House’s mandate is good news for corporate leaders — and their companies’ bottom lines. The hospital announced a vaccine mandate in July, and currently has an employee vaccination rate of nearly 90 percent.
Persons: Joe Biden, , Justin Wolfers, Goldman Sachs, Eric Diton, Konkel, , Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, , ” Madeline Bell, Greg Adams, Kaiser Permanente, Roz Brewer, Tim Boyle, Bob Chapek, Brad Smith, Molly Moon Neitzel, Molly Moon’s, William Tate IV, Josh Bolten, Sonnenfeld, “ They’re, Tyson, Brian Kropp, Kropp, Wolfers, ” Konkel, ” Diton Organizations: Microsoft, Disney, Walgreens, White, University of Michigan, Investment, Goldman, Wealth Alliance, Yale School of Management, Yale, Leadership, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Columbia, Walt Disney Company, Louisiana State University, Business, OSHA, Tyson Foods, United Airlines, Gartner Locations: COVID, Texas
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said that since the debt ceiling was reinstated last month, the department has been undertaking “extraordinary measures” to keep its ability to finance the government intact. Critics of the Republicans’ argument pointed out the debt ceiling doesn’t authorize new spending — the squabbling is over whether to pay for what the government has already spent. Democrats have accused Republicans of hypocrisy, because during President Donald Trump’s term, legislators repeatedly raised the debt ceiling with bipartisan consensus. “You don't have any choice but to raise the debt ceiling so you can continue to run the country,” said Tom Martin, senior portfolio manager at Globalt Investments. “Every time the debt ceiling comes up, it's an exercise in political jostling,” said Peter Essele, head of portfolio management for Commonwealth Financial Network.
Persons: , ’ intransigence, Janet Yellen, , Yellen, Mark Zandi, , Joe Biden’s, Joseph LaVorgna, LaVorgna, Donald Trump’s, ” Zandi, , they're, “ I’m, they’re, Tom Martin, Jay Hatfield, Hatfield, Peter Essele, Essele, It's, “ There's, it's, ” Martin, Zandi, ” Essele Organizations: Moody’s, Treasury, Republican, GOP, Globalt Investments, Infrastructure Capital Advisors, , House Democrats, Commonwealth Financial Network, AAA Locations: United States, America, Washington, Natixis, U.S
It's really difficult to manage workplace safety,” she said. But since the start of the pandemic, the visibility and influence of unions have grown, said Julia Pollak, labor economist at ZipRecruiter. And on the question of vaccine mandates, Biden faces pushback from those who are typically some of his most vocal advocates. “For the most part, I think unions understand… the public good, but there are limits to how much they're willing to bend to the heavy hand of the employers in terms of implementing it,” he said. “I think unions are taking the sort of logical position, which is to do everything that members think is in their best interests,” Pollak said.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Everett Kelley, ” Kelley, , Mary Kay O’Neill, , , Biden, Ben Koltun, Julia Pollak, “ They've, ” Pollak, “ Biden, he’s, ” Koltun, “ It’s, “ They're, Jim Sullivan, “ They’re, ” Sullivan, Sullivan Organizations: Republican National Committee, Twitter, American Federation of Government Employees, D.C, AFL, Employers, Labor, Beacon Policy Advisors, BLS, ZipRecruiter, “ Unions, Automotive, , Covid, “ Labor, OSHA, Democratic Locations: Washington, Mercer
MLB roundup: Rockies stun Phillies with three-run ninth
  + stars: | 2021-09-10 | by ( )   time to read: +5 min
Sam Hilliard then went back-to-back off Kennedy with a mammoth homer to cap a three-run ninth. Philadelphia starter Ranger Suarez tossed six strong innings, allowing five hits and one run with six strikeouts and one walk. Sergio Romo tossed a scoreless eighth inning, and Andrew Chafin handled the ninth for his third save. T.J. McFarland and Luis Garcia teamed to get the game into the ninth inning, and Giovanny Gallegos retired three consecutive batters for his sixth save. Marlins 3, Mets 2Jazz Chisholm slugged a tiebreaking solo homer in the eighth inning, leading Miami over visiting New York.
Persons: Rio Ruiz, Charlie Blackmon, Sam Hilliard, Bill Streicher, Ryan McMahon, Ian Kennedy, Kennedy, Colton Welker, McMahon, Daza, Welker, Bryce Harper, Ranger Suarez, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Bo Bichette, Randal Grichuk, Anthony Rizzo, Gary Sanchez, Luke Voit, Joc, Pederson, Wander Suero, Jacob Webb, Luis Garcia, Freddie Freeman, Adam Duvall, Will Smith, Cal Quantrill, Franmil Reyes, Oscar Mercado, Jose Ramirez, Quantrill, Miguel Sano's, Sean Manaea, Sergio Romo, Andrew Chafin, Reynaldo Lopez, Tyler O'Neill, Louis, Jake Woodford, Alex Reyes, T.J . McFarland, Giovanny Gallegos, Phil Bickford, Chisholm, Richard Bleier, Dylan Floro, Nicky Lopez, Carlos Hernandez, Domingo Tapia, Scott Barlow, Hunter Dozier, John Means Organizations: Colorado Rockies, Philadelphia Phillies, Citizens Bank, Rockies, Welker, Phillies, Philadelphia, Blue Jays, Yankees, Toronto, Yankee, Braves, Atlanta, Washington, Cal, Cleveland, White Sox, Oakland, Chicago, . White Sox, Cardinals, Dodgers, T.J, Marlins, Mets, Royals, Orioles, Kansas City, Baltimore, Thomson Locations: Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, USA, New York, Toronto, Miami
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer says he plans to sue President Joe Biden. The Biden administration on Wednesday sent letters to 11 Trump-era appointees to military academy advisory boards requesting their resignations. The appointees held positions at schools including the US Military Academy and US Naval Academy. White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday confirmed that the current administration was seeking to remove them, Insider's Grace Panetta reported. I will let others evaluate whether they think Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer and others were qualified... to serve on these boards."
Persons: Sean Spicer, Joe Biden, Biden, Spicer, Trump, Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Jen Psaki, Insider's Grace Panetta, Psaki, Conway, Russell Organizations: White House, Service, White, Office, Visitors, United States Naval Academy, Wednesday, National Security, McMaster, US Military Academy, US Naval Academy . White, US Navy Reserve, United States Air Force Academy, Management, Budget, Trump Locations: Newsmax, Spicer, Psaki
The Biden administration is removing Trump appointees to military academy advisory boards. The former officials getting the boot for those boards before the end of their three-year terms include former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, former National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer, and Lt. Col. Doug McGregor among others. White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed the firings, first reported by the Military Times, Politico, and CNN, on Wednesday. These appointees are not expected to be apolitical, but the Trump administration stretched the norms of these boards and other advisory boards with droves of last-minute appointments.
Persons: Biden, Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer, Jen Psaki, Trump, H.R, Doug McGregor, Psaki, Russell Vought, Catherine Russell, John Coale, Meghan Mobbs, Pam Bondi, Herschel Walker, of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, Andrew Giuliani, Max Miller, Matt Schlapp Organizations: Trump, H.R, McMaster . White, Service, White, Office, Presidential, US Military Academy, US Naval Academy, US Air Force Academy, National Security, McMaster, White House, Military Times, Politico, CNN, Management, Budget, Naval Academy visitor's, West Point Board, Twitter, Kennedy Center, Trustees, US Holocaust Memorial Council, President's Council, Sports, Pam Bondi , Georgia Senate, of National Intelligence Locations: White, Afghanistan, Florida, Pam Bondi , Georgia, Ohio
“That’s a specific feature to Ida versus historical storms… and the damage pattern and consequences of the impact is highly different if you have wind damage,” said Ernst Rauch, chief climate and geo scientist at reinsurer Munich Re. “Hurricane Ida was such a wind-centric storm and then a lot of the damage is going to be from wind and not flooding. That wind damage is more apt to be covered by insurance,” said Cathy Seifert, an insurance analyst at CFRA Research. Catastrophe-modeling firms work with reinsurers — the insurance companies' insurance companies — on the front lines of natural disasters. This can elevate prices temporarily, but disaster insurance professionals say these blips are both local and temporary in nature.
Persons: Hurricane Ida, Hurricane Katrina, Ida, , Ernst Rauch, Cathy Seifert, Seifert, Tom Sabbatelli, , reinsurers, ” Rauch, Rauch, Jim Blackburn, Xactware, we’re, Spencer Shute, “ It’s, Shute, “ We’re, ” Shute, Blackburn, ” Blackburn Organizations: Hurricane, AIR Worldwide, reinsurer, CFRA Research, ” Insurance, Disaster, Rice University, Washington Post, Federal Emergency Management Agency Locations: Hurricane, reinsurer Munich
So corporate governance experts don’t expect these same CEOs to remain silent in response to a new Texas law that puts a near-total ban on abortions. “I think companies are going to have a harder path trying to decide if this is an issue they should weigh in on,” he said. Some corporate governance experts suggested that CEOs are approaching such a lightning-rod topic carefully, aware that the optics are especially fraught on the subject of abortion. Sonnenfeld said corporate leaders have come to feel that they are the ones carrying the torch, with little assistance from other institutions. “Universally, CEOs are now being worn out by the kaleidoscope of political issues coming at them,” he said.
Persons: , , Norm Eisen, Eisen, don’t, Stephen Davis, Jennifer Mackin, Davis, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Sonnenfeld, ” Davis, “ There's, ” Mackin, ” Sonnenfeld Organizations: Capitol, Brookings Institution, Harvard Law, Corporate, Institutional, Yale School of Management, Yale, Leadership Institute, kaleidoscope Locations: Texas
The U.S. economy added just 235,000 jobs in August, compared to the 720,000 expected by economists, in a sign that the delta variant of the coronavirus is weighing on economic growth. While the data-gathering for the monthly jobs report took place too early to capture the impact of Hurricane Ida, labor experts are bracing for a wave of economic displacement that could have ripple effects on an already-distorted labor market. After Hurricane Ida, labor experts are bracing for a wave of economic displacement that could have ripple effects on an already-distorted labor market. Hurricane Ida has piled onto that existing dysfunction. “During Harvey, what we found out is for low- and moderate-income people, there's not a lot of replacement housing.”
Persons: Ian Shepherdson, Hurricane, Hurricane Ida, , Kate Bulger, Ida, ” Bulger, Mike Englund, it's, Teressa Duesler, “ We’ve, Duesler, , Laura, Jim Blackburn, Katrina, Hurricane Harvey, We’ve, ” Blackburn, Harvey, there's Organizations: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Pantheon, Hurricane, Seaboard, New, Money Management, Action Economics, , Catholic Charities of Southeast, Amnesty International, Disaster, Rice University Locations: U.S, New Orleans, New York City, , Texas, Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas, Gulf, United States, Texas , Florida, Georgia, Washington, Houston, Orleans
In a CNBC interview on Wednesday, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff observed that the popularity of remote work among rank-and-file had caught corporate chiefs by surprise. But, he added, chief executives were often reluctant to cede that measure of control, even when remote work was demonstrably productive. But now, as remote work becomes the norm, Wang said it has been taking him about twice as long to fill positions compared to pre-Covid. “People are looking for highly specialized individuals.”In conversations with clients, Wang said that many report high turnover among new workers. You can always find time to talk to other companies.”But Challenger also issued a warning for workers.
Persons: , , Andrew Challenger, iCIMS, Jewell Parkinson, “ It’s, Corie Barry, theSkimm, Marc Benioff, “ You’re, Dave Carvajal, ” Carvajal, Carvajal, ” Parkinson, Laurie Monteforte, “ Ray ” Wang, “ We’ve, Wang, Rhiannon Staples, ” Staples, it's, pare, that’s, ” Monteforte Organizations: , Workers, CNBC, Dave Partners, Labor, Constellation Research Inc, , ” Challenger, Challenger
After Hurricane Katrina, gas prices jumped roughly 45 cents in six days, according to the AAA. “Gas prices can spike overnight, and then it just takes a while for them to come down,” said Jeanette Casselano, a AAA spokeswoman. Based on the strength of Hurricane Ida, Casselano suggested that drivers could see elevated prices for a few weeks. And although energy production in the area has grown in aggregate since 2005, the rise of shale oil production means that American energy output is much more geographically diversified, McNally said. Oil and gas experts pressed the message that overreaction could mean a longer, more expensive path back to normalcy.
Persons: Hurricane Ida, , Jeanette Casselano, Casselano, we’ll, , we've, Stewart Glickman, Peter McNally, Katrina, McNally, Patrick De Haan, Ida —, Tom Kloza, IHSMarkit, Ida, Harvey, De Haan, ” De Haan, “ It’s, ” McNally Organizations: Energy, AAA, , CFRA Research, , Twitter, Colonial Pipeline, Pipeline, . Locations: Hurricane, New Orleans, it’s, Louisiana, , Houston, Gulf, Mexico
“It’s a very natural reflection of how people feel,” said Johan Grahn, head of ETF strategy at Allianz Investment Management. “It’s concerning because consumer sentiment is a leading indicator and it's normally indicative of a coming drop in retail sales,” Nelson said. “The surge of the delta variant has started to impact how comfortable consumers feel being out in public,” said Greg McBride, chief financial analyst at Bankrate. “Even if inflation does prove temporary, it still puts a crimp in household budgets and could lead to softer spending,” he said. “The market for sure will be responding to it, and that will trigger an additional layer of anxiety,” he said.
Persons: , Garrett Nelson, , Johan Grahn, ” Nelson, Consumer hesitancy, Greg McBride, McBride, Nelson, ” Curtin, Jerome Powell, ” McBride, Grahn Organizations: University of Michigan’s, CFRA Research, Allianz Investment Management, Consumer, Bankrate, Commerce Department, Retail, Federal Locations: ecommerce
“The minutes [from the Fed's most recent policy meeting] echoed that many members wanted to emphasize that there wasn't a mechanical link. I think Powell is keen to try to separate these,” said James McCann, deputy chief economist at Aberdeen Standard Investments. But progress towards the other half of the Fed’s mandate — stable prices — is moving in the opposite direction. “Our expectations for this meeting have been tempered a bit, given the delta variant,” said Lawrence Gillum, fixed income strategist at LPL Financial. It does seem Powell has a difficult job corralling everyone’s opinion and coming up to a consensus,” Gillum said.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Powell, , James McCann, Janet Yellen, specter, Charlie Ripley, Ripley, Lawrence Gillum, , “ I’ve, ” Gillum Organizations: Fed, Aberdeen Standard Investments, Bloomberg, Treasury, Allianz Investment Management, LPL, Federal Reserve
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden vowed to respond "with force" to the terrorists who killed 13 U.S. service members and a number of Afghans in suicide bombings outside the Kabul airport on Thursday. "We will not be deterred by terrorists, we will not let them stop our mission," Biden said. Biden had warned in recent days of a growing risk of a terrorist attack and argued for sticking to his deadline to complete the U.S. military withdrawal by Aug. 31. In July, Biden insisted that a Taliban takeover was not inevitable and that the Afghan military was well-equipped and trained to keep the group at bay. "I trust the capacity of the Afghan military," he said at the time.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Hamid Karzai, Baron, Naftali Bennett, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsom, Antony Blinken, Lloyd Austin, Staff Mark Milley, Sen, Josh Hawley, , , Frank McKenzie, Donald Trump Organizations: WASHINGTON, White, ISIS, Pentagon, White House, California Gov, Washington . White, Staff, U.S, Taliban, Embassy, Wednesday, Republicans, U.S . Central Command, Afghan, NBC Locations: Kabul, U.S, Israel, California, Washington, Afghan, Afghanistan
“I think some companies and state and local governments will all be feeling more comfortable in issuing vaccine mandates,” said Eric Diton, president and managing director at The Wealth Alliance, an investment advisory firm. Vaccine skeptics could find themselves increasingly isolated as more employers embrace mandates. The approval also paves the way for companies or organizations to require that customers be vaccinated. “The consumer wants to spend.”The FDA’s move could help the nation regain its footing on the path back to normalcy. Bailey said that while the approval won’t win over die-hard vaccine skeptics, the upshot could still be millions of additional vaccinated Americans.
Persons: Joe Biden, , Eric Diton, Michael Schmidt, Tuna, ” Diton, Mike Bailey, Bailey, , ” Bailey, Chris Zaccarelli, Zaccarelli Organizations: Food and Drug Administration, Pfizer, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Monday, The New, , Pentagon, United Airlines, Tyson Foods, Walmart, Walt Disney Company, Wealth Alliance, Department of Justice, CFRA Research, FBB Capital Partners, Family Foundation, Independent, Alliance Locations: The New York City, United, Texas
With proximity less of a priority, many migrated from cities to suburbs in search of homes big enough to accommodate remote work and school. “In the short run, people were able to be really productive when this crisis hit. Gutierrez saw entrepreneurial potential in this challenge and recently launched a startup helping remote workers configure ergonomically correct at-home work areas. Aside from the possibility of a smaller paycheck or strained wrist, remote workers also risk being ignored — an outcome that could have even bigger financial implications down the road when it comes to raises or promotions. This means that remote employees need to be proactive and make sure that they remain visible, engaged and productive, Petersen said.
Persons: Erin Albert, , , “ It’s, It’s, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Andrew Challenger, Liz Petersen, Art Glover, ” Petersen, it’s, ” Glover, SHRM, Albert, Rick Gutierrez, Gutierrez, Petersen, ” Albert, Catherine Fisher, precent, ” Fisher Organizations: JPMorgan, Society, Human Resource Management, , ” Challenger, Fargo, Tech, Microsoft, Google, Workers, LinkedIn, ” LinkedIn, “ Companies Locations: Indiana, , SHRM, Colorado, Silicon, New York City, Florida, Long Beach, Ca
An economic recovery under threat from the Delta variant this week got a shot in the arm from an unexpected source: food stamps. Every dollar spent on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits generates $1.67 in economic activity, according to calculations by Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics. The announcement comes as emergency provisions enacted by Congress last year that increased SNAP benefits by 15 percent are winding down. was directed to conduct a review of the Thrifty Food Plan as part of the 2018 Farm Bill. People who run food banks say the October increase to SNAP benefits will come just in time for many of their clients.
Persons: Mark Zandi, , Wendy Edelberg, Arun Sundaram, pare, lockdowns, K, Michael Conaway, Conaway, Juanita Burden, Vollinger, Dzigbordi Egbenya Organizations: of Michigan, SNAP, Nutrition, Moody’s, The Hamilton, Brookings Institution, New York Times, CFRA Research, U.S . Department, Food, Food Collective Locations: Maryland, Washington ,
MLB roundup: Yankees finally close out Royals in 11 innings
  + stars: | 2021-08-10 | by ( )   time to read: +3 min
2021-08-10 07:07:07 GMT+00:00 - DJ LeMahieu's RBI double in the 11th inning gave the New York Yankees a lead they would not relinquish as they defeated the host Kansas City Royals 8-6 Monday night. New York scored two more in the 11th on a single by Brett Gardner and a throwing error. The Yankees tied a single-game major league record by blowing four save opportunities, squandering leads in the seventh, eighth, ninth and 10th innings. Each team scored single runs in the seventh, eighth and ninth innings, and each side scored twice in the 10th. Justin Garza (2-0) was credited with the win after allowing one run on one hit in two innings.
Persons: DJ LeMahieu's, Brett Gardner, squandering, Wandy Peralta, Eloy Jimenez, Lucas Giolito, Jimenez, Tim Anderson, Yoan Moncada, Luis Robert, DJ LeMahieu, Peter Aiken, Jose Ramirez, Wilson Ramos, Amed Rosario, Bradley Zimmer, Justin Garza, Tucker Barnhart, Joey Votto, Joe Musgrove, Eric Hosmer, Trent Grisham, Victor Caratini, Zach Thompson Organizations: New York Yankees, Kansas City Royals, New York, Yankees, Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, The Royals, Yankee, . White Sox, Twins, Chicago, Cubs, Wrigley, White Sox, Kauffman, USA, Read, Reds, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Padres, Marlins, Miami, Thomson Locations: New, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Kansas City , Missouri, USA, Diego
Regionally, the South had the most activity, with both the number of jobs as well as the number of people quitting jobs increasing. “That tells us the people who accept a job are sticking with a job. “It appears that a further recovery in the labor market is on the horizon. “The job opening number is also exacerbated by supplemental pandemic unemployment programs that disincentivize going back to work," he said. I think there’s a possibility that this wave of the virus could weigh both on labor supply and labor demand,” Bunker said.
Persons: , Mark Hamrick, Sam Stovall, Dow Jones, ” Stovall, ” Hamrick, Aoifinn Devitt, , , ” Joseph LaVorgna, Jay Hatfield, Stovall, Nick Bunker, ” Bunker Organizations: Bureau of Labor Statistics, United, Bankrate, CFRA Research, BLS, Labor, Infrastructure Capital Management, Locations: United States, Natixis,
“Looking at my client base, most employers are still not mandating vaccines, although certain industries have implemented mandates at a greater percentage,” Ho said. “Once the FDA moves the vaccines into a permanent status, some employers will be more inclined to implement a mandate policy." In February, only about 2 percent of companies said they would require vaccines for employees returning to the workplace. Companies like retailers and restaurants are scrambling to get and keep hourly employees. “These companies are competing for hourly workers,” Ho said.
Persons: John Ho, Cozen O'Connor, ” Ho, , it'll, Brian Kropp, “ We’ve, Julia Pollak, ” Pollak, , Biden, Ho, Tyson Foods, they've, ” Kropp, that's, , it's, Kropp Organizations: Google, United Airlines, Occupational Safety, Health Administration, Centers for Disease Control, OSHA, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, New York Times, Consulting, Gartner, , Disney, Uber, Walmart, Companies, Big Business Locations:
The economy added 943,000 jobs in July, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday, compared to analysts’ expectations of 850,000 positions added. It's the biggest monthly gain since August 2020. The monthly data was gathered before the delta variant of the coronavirus started to surge across the U.S. The number of jobs added plunged from 680,000 in June to just 330,000 in July, sharply below the 653,000 anticipated. A recent study found that states axing benefits saw unemployment decline by roughly 1 percent, while states retaining benefits saw an increase of 2.3 percent.
Persons: Nela Richardson, , James McCann, Dan North, Euler Hermes, , Homebase, it’s, payrolls, North, Jerome Powell, ” McCann, ” Zandi Organizations: of Labor Statistics, Wall Street, U.S, ADP, Aberdeen Standard Investments, School’s Schwartz, for Economic, Schwartz, GOP Locations: America, Homebase, Covid
“On each of those we had contractors or investment groups outbidding us on the properties,” he said. These buyers often come armed with the kind of financial firepower ordinary Americans can’t hope to match, housing experts say. “If you're a first time homebuyer and you're depending on a mortgage that takes two months to close and you're competing against someone who’s making a cash offer, you're at a disadvantage right off the bat,” Kaul said. “I can drive through the neighborhood and I know exactly which ones are rentals, because the lawns are unkempt." In one Phoenix neighborhood, housing that had typically attracted solidly middle-class families is being 'snapped up' by investors from out of state.
Persons: I've, , Nathan Saunders, Saunders, , Karan Kaul, ” Kaul, David M, Dworkin, homebuyers, millennials … it’s, Kaul, foreshadow, , ” Dworkin, Jami Mumley, Suzanne Athey, Max Dallas, Marcos Cartagena, “ They’ve Organizations: , NBC News, Housing Finance, Center, Urban Institute, National Housing Conference, North Texas Top Team Realtors, Max Dallas Suburbs, Remarkable Property Management, National Association of Realtors Locations: Dallas, Phoenix, Cartagena,
Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports2021-07-18 07:41:49 GMT+00:00 - Jacob Stallings' two-out grand slam in the bottom of the ninth inning Saturday gave the Pittsburgh Pirates a 9-7 walk-off win over the visiting New York Mets. Gregory Polanco struck out, but Stallings hit his eighth homer of the season, a shot to left field, to end it. Wilmer Difo also homered and Nogowski hit an RBI double for the Pirates, who came back from a six-run deficit. Pittsburgh starter Wil Crowe pitched 5 1/3 innings, giving up four runs and six hits, with three walks and three strikeouts. A week after striking out 12 in a complete game win at Houston, Cole (10-4) allowed one run and five hits.
Persons: Max Fried, Brett Davis, Jacob Stallings, Edwin Diaz, Ke'Bryan Hayes, Bryan Reynolds, Ben Gamel, John Nogowski's, Gregory Polanco, Stallings, Wilmer Difo, Nogowski, Wil Crowe, J.D, Davis, Travis Blankenhorn, Jeff McNeil, Tylor Megill, Joc Pederson, Jake Burger, Houston, Zack Collins, Tim Anderson, Gavin Sheets, Jose Abreu, Lucas Giolito, Abraham Toro, Houston's, Michael Brantley, Jose Altuve, Jake Odorizzi, Gerrit Cole, Gary Sanchez, Gleyber Torres, Hirokazu, Cole, Paul Goldschmidt, Louis, Tyler O'Neill, Kwang Hyun Kim, Anthony DeSclafani, David Fletcher, Alex Cobb, Taylor Ward, Jack Mayfield, Mitch Haniger, Fletcher, Yusei Kikuchi, Robbie Grossman, Grossman, Miguel Cabrera, Gordon, Joe Jimenez, Zack Short, Hill, Max Muncy, Mookie Betts, A.J, Pollock, Betts, Walker Buehler, Ryan McMahon, Ramon Urias, Urias, Paul Fry, Brady Singer, Willson Contreras, Contreras, Joakim Soria, Nick Ahmed, Josh Rojas, Christian Yelich, Willy Adames, Jandel Gustave, Nick Castellanos, Michael Lorenzen, Wade Miley, Miley, Sean Doolittle, Cal Quantrill, Franmil Reyes, James Karinchak, Frankie Montas Organizations: Atlanta Braves, Tampa Bay Rays, USA, Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Mets, Mets, Pirates, Pittsburgh, New, Braves, Rays, Atlanta, Tampa, . White Sox, Astros, Chicago, White Sox, Yankees, Red Sox, New York, Boston, Houston, Cardinals, Giants, Mariners, Angeles, Seattle, Los Angeles, Tigers, Detroit, Minnesota, Dodgers, Rockies, Colorado, Los, Orioles, Royals, Baltimore, Kansas City, Cubs, Diamondbacks, Arizona, Brewers, Reds, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, National League Central, Athletics, Cleveland, Oakland, Thomson Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, USA, Truist, New York, Tampa Bay, Anaheim , Calif, Minnesota, Denver, Los Angeles, Colorado, Cincinnati, Cleveland
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell had a rocky start and a cool reception when he took the central bank helm. Powell’s term as chairman is up in early 2022, leading to speculation about whether or not President Joe Biden will choose to reappoint him or replace him. Fed watchers say Biden has a unique opportunity to reshape the Fed’s influential board of governors to align more with his administration’s priorities. “He has the potential for a real shakeup of the Fed board,” said James McCann, deputy chief economist at Aberdeen Standard Investments. Appointing Bostic would also give Biden the distinction of installing the first Black Fed Chairman.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Joe Biden, Biden, Powell, Donald Trump, Randal Quarles ’, Richard Clarida’s, Trump, Stephen Moore, Judy Shelton, , , James McCann, fides, Patrick McHenry, he’s, Pat Toomey, Toomey, ” Powell, Sherrod Brown, ” McCann, McCann, “ It’s, Lael Brainard, Raphael Bostic, Brainard, David Bahnsen, Bostic, Powell —, Mitchell Goldberg, “ Powell, he’ll, “ He’s, ” Stephen Myrow, ” Myrow, reappoint Powell Organizations: Trump appointee’s, Fed’s, of Governors, Fed, Aberdeen Standard Investments, GOP, Financial, Democratic, Congressional Republicans, Wall, ” Observers, Atlanta Fed, Trump, Black, ClientFirst, Beacon Policy Advisors, Republican Locations: R, McHenry, Ohio, Powell’s
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