Fed’s Powell highlights slowing job market in signal that rate cuts may be nearing 

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Federal Reserve faces a cooling job market as well as persistently high prices, Chair Jerome Powell said in testimony Tuesday, a shift in emphasis away from the Fed’s single-minded fight against inflation of the past two years that suggests it is moving closer to cutting interest rates.  The Fed has made

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