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“Money often costs too much.”
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Tomorrow the consumer price index for May is released, and stock futures were relatively muted this morning as investors anticipate what that data might reveal.
That said, the mania around meme stocks is not showing any signs of slowing down just yet. The healthcare startup Clover Health was 22% ahead in premarket trading, after climbing almost 86% yesterday. Shares of Wendy’s were also increasing this morning after soaring nearly 26% yesterday.
Meanwhile, in Washington, President Joe Biden’s infrastructure talks came grinding to a halt just before the commander in chief takes off on his first trip abroad since his inauguration. The tour begins in the United Kingdom, and will culminate in a meeting with the Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia. You can read more about that in the story, below.
And the Senate just passed a $250 billion tech and manufacturing bill that is expected to make its way to the House of Representatives, soon.
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Today marks the beginning of President Joe Biden’s first-ever foreign trip since he took office, and he has quite a busy agenda set for those eight days abroad.
He’ll begin the tour in the United Kingdom (as mentioned, above), and is scheduled for a meeting with the British prime minister tomorrow. This weekend, he will participate in the G-7 summit.
He and his wife are also slated to spend some time with Queen Elizabeth II after that meeting’s conclusion, and then he will make his way to Belgium. There, he will participate in the NATO Summit. Finally, he is scheduled to talk in person with the Russian president in Geneva.
“This trip is about realizing America’s renewed commitment to our allies and partners,” Biden said. “Whether is is ending the [virus] pandemic everywhere, meeting the demands of an accelerating climate crisis, or confronting the harmful activities of the governments of China and Russia, the United States must lead the world from a position of strength.”
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