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BC-Money & Markets Digest

April 4, 2019

Money & Markets modules for Friday, April 5


The Labor Department reports the number of nonfarm jobs added in March. The Federal Reserve releases data on the amount of new credit Americans took on in February. Baker Hughes issues its weekly tally of oil and gas rigs.


Tesla’s stock plunges after the company warns investors that it’s far from meeting its annual production goal.


China’s import boom

China is catching up with the United States as the biggest import market, something that Chinese leaders are emphasizing as they try to defuse pressure to open their state-dominated economy.


Tesla (TSLA)

Resources Connection (RECN)

Constellation Brands (STZ)


Office Depot (ODP)

Boeing (BA)

RPM International (RPM)

At Home Group (HOME)


MFS Growth (MFEGX)

This team has “executed well,” Morningstar says, beating the Russell 1000 Growth Index consistently since taking over in 2004.

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