NewsWatch: A million new jobs? That’s how many Wall Street thinks the U.S. created in April

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The U.S. might have created a million jobs in April — or more — as the economic recovery spread across the country and reached businesses that suffered the most in the first year of the pandemic. See full story.

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Stock buybacks top $200 billion in April, the second-highest monthly total since Trump’s tax cuts

A near-record barrage of stock buyback programs have been announced as companies blow past first-quarter earnings estimates. See full story.

Under-40s to be offered alternative COVID-19 vaccines to AstraZeneca’s

People under the age of 40 in the U.K. will be offered an alternative to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, where possible, due to an “extremely small risk” from rare blood clots. See full story.

As dogecoin price tops 60 cents, Elon Musk says ‘please invest with caution’ ahead of ‘Saturday Night Live’ guest-host gig

Elon Musk has issued the crypto community perhaps a rare word of caution about dogecoin. See full story.


There’s been a 300% growth in glamping — or high-end camping — since the pandemic started. See full story.

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