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Industry companies failed to properly disclose what might happen if people switched The price of a Bitcoin crossed above $50,000 overnight. It's nearly quadruple what it wasn't the fall, Several reports show US manufacturing is on a roll, including data from the Institute for Supply Management and from my HSE Markets, Purchasing managers index. Home construction and auto sales have the factories really going as marketplaces? Mitchell Hartman reports demand for manufactured goods is starting to create bottlenecks in production. Manufacturing employment still hasn't quite caught up to pre pandemic levels. But as the economy emerges from pandemic lockdowns and demand ramps up for manufactured goods, like cars and appliances, manufacturers are certainly well ahead of most other industries When it comes to the recovery. Dave Gilbertson and payroll processor U. K G. His employers report. It's getting harder to find skilled labor. Meanwhile, economist been Ares that nationwide says shortages are developing for materials like lumber, steel semiconductors as producers tried to increase output amid tight Covad restrictions, he says with demand up and supply constrained, prices are rising. Just this weird transition from Covina to Post Co vid and one of the near term impacts is likely to be a little bit of a pop and inflation. Ares predicts that pop will only last 6 to 8 months and prices will moderate as supply and demand come into balance. I'm Mitchell Hartman for Marketplace. Disclosure know that piece included a source from U. K G, which is also an underwriter of this program. After the SNP yesterday went up by the most in any day since June 2.4%. That index is down 6/10 of a percent. Now the Dow is down 43 points 1/10 percent, the NASDAQ Up 3% yesterday down 7/10 percent of the moment. People are worried about bonds. If recovery brings inflation, the bad kind, not the good kind. The 10 year note, though it's quite steady so far today with the yield that is still very low, 1.43% Target stores had another strong pandemic. Quarter profit up 66% sales

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