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What Will Today’s Employment Numbers Mean for Rates?

(6/2/23) The Senate has passed the Debt Ceiling Bill, passing the buck for another two years. Employment numbers due today will impact the Fed's next decision on rates. Why your steak/BBQ beef is so expensive; Yield Curve dynamics; On-line banks vs brick & mortar facilities; Why the Yield Curve matters, and CD strategies to take advantage of. Financial Tips for college grads: Roth IRA's & savings strategies; Rent, Cars, & Salary + Benefits.

2:36 - Debt Ceiling, Employment, & Fed Plans
14:05 - Why is Your Steak so Expensive?
30:00 - Why the Yield Curve Matters
43:57 - Good Financial Advice for College Grads
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Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer
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