Happy, Monday everyone. Starting off this week we get the latest update on the impact of the trade war with China, and how that’s impacting global supply chains. New data shows college grads can expect their first career move to be more challenging than they anticipate. We gain insights into the significance of the domestic stock funds growth to $4.3 trillion. America’s teacher shortage has proven worse than expected. And billionaire Robert F. Smith is providing grants to wipe out student debt of the entire 2019 class at Morehouse College.
The impact of the Trump administration’s threats to choke Huawei Technologies CO. reverberated across the global supply chain on Monday, hitting some of the biggest component-makers.
Welcome to the working world! The good news: You’re entering the hottest job market in half a century. The bad news: Your first step onto the corporate ladder could still be a tough one.
Assets in passive domestic stock funds have grown to $4.3 trillion, the same amount held by active managers, as of the end of last month. According to Morningstar, parity between active and passive has been the inevitable result of twelve years of relentless outflows from active funds coupled with a steady flow into passive assets.
America’s teachers are paid poorly compared to other college graduates, a new study details — and that’s driving a “large and growing” teacher shortage that’s approaching a tipping point.
A billionaire technology investor and philanthropist says his family is providing grants to wipe out the student debt of the entire 2019 class at Morehouse College.