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Economy and markets
A recession – and higher unemployment – seem to be the base case for many market participants.
The odds of a recession are rising quickly as the Fed continues to tighten against a backdrop of what appears to be an inevitable slowdown.
Innovations in financial technology, or FinTech, are affecting how and where banks deliver services – and consumers conduct their business.