July 8, 2024

When you get together with your family and friends, what do you talk about? Politics? Celebrity gossip? Movies? Sports? Some inquisitive researchers set out to discover what we actually talk about with our ‘inner circles’ and found that there’s one topic that dominates — and it’s not what you think; French voters defeated a takeover of the country’s Far Right — and the world is celebrating. Let’s hope we can replicate that common sense in November; Friday’s job report shows something that’s music to the Fed’s ears and fills workers with dread; and A new study finds a surprising contributing factor to how well or not well a student does on a test. Go beyond the headlines…

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