The Week in Review
In a big week for earnings, markets kicked it off by hitting new highs. Consumer confidence came in well above expectations.
Markets were down slightly after the Fed’s comments midweek. They were accommodative on rates and monetary policy, but underscored likely inflation ahead.
Strong earnings results and GDP growth fueled optimism, driving SPX and Nasdaq up toward the end of the week.
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This Week’s Top Stories
President Biden pitched his $1.8 trillion American Families Plan during his first address to Congress. Learn what the plan includes here.
The US economy came roaring back in the first three months of the year. Learn what is driving this growth.
With pandemic restrictions easing, DoorDash is changing the way it charges restaurants. Learn why this is good news for restaurants but bad news for consumers.
Deep Dives from SoFi Learn
We all want to achieve financial wellness. But to do so, we must first understand what financial wellness is (and what it is not). Learn more about what financial wellness is and how to achieve it at SoFi Learn.
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Decimate high interest rate credit card and other debt with these helpful tips and proven techniques from around the web. Read How to Plan the Ultimate Debt Payoff Strategy at SoFi Learn.
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