Jobs Day Preview | Bloomberg Surveillance 03/09/2023

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  1. The USA UK and Canada need to pay off all of those mortgages and rent out those houses instead of giving out more loans. It's not worth it because you end up losing more money. Sweden can take care of their own

  2. Congress better not let this get through. The 42 billionaires need the money to still be able to provide jobs and pay off debt to their companies and once they do they can invest more into their companies which will only make them better

  3. They better put these law markers and senators who won't cause a recession. The White House needs to play it smart because they ( the White House) don't need to be losing money

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  6. 10/03/2023.
    U.S. Stocks Market 79.09% High.
    Bonds market record high.
    Jobs market high.
    Labor market record high.
    Equities market record high.
    Credit market record high.
    Gasoline prices. 3.04.
    Oil market record high.
    Housing market record high.
    Food prices record high.
    Power & Electric city market record high.
    1922 to 1994. US economics history.
    Round the ?.
    Largest & Biggest US. Economics
    Please wait 288 days.

  7. When Fed governors had rates low the rein was loose thus leaving no control for the Fed governors but now that the reins are tight fed governors can instantly loosen to prevent a recession thus no recession and no need for a capitulation on Wall Street

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