NTD Business Full Broadcast (Dec. 2)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
December 2, 2022NTD Businessshare
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President Joe Biden signs a bill to avoid a nationwide rail strike. It means train commuters and products will stay on track next week.

The new jobs report was released; 263,000 jobs were added, beating expectations. Does a strong labor market mean upwards inflationary pressure? We have analysis.

Electric carmaker Tesla unveils its new heavy-duty semi trucks. Elon Musk says they’re more powerful than their diesel counterparts.

Actor Tom Hanks is launching a new coffee brand. Its mission is to support U.S. veterans and their families.

Adidas is trying to stay positive about the World Cup despite Germany’s exit. It says sales, at least, are going well.

Stories in this episode:

1. Biden Signs Bill to Avoid Rail Shutdown
2. SCOTUS to Weigh Restoring Student Debt Plan
3. Over $1B in PPP Loans Went to Law, Accounting Firms: Report
4. Musk Kicks Ye Off Twitter Over Hitler Remarks
5. Google Gave FBI Location Data in Jan. 6 Probe: Filing
6. Florida Divests $2 Billion From BlackRock
7. US Economy Added 263K Jobs in November
8. Strong Labor Market Is Deflationary: Economist
9. Tesla Unveils New Heavy-Duty Semi Trucks
10. Blackstone Freezes Pullout as Investors Flee
11. Tom Hanks Coffee Line Supports Veterans
12. ‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny’
13. Adidas Stays Calm as its Teams Exit World Cup
14. Pantone Color of 2023: Viva Magenta

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