Thanks to inflation, many parents are expecting to spend an average of $661 dollars per child on back-to-school shopping – a 27% increase from 2019.1
For the first time since 2015, each of the benchmark indexes lost value for two consecutive quarters. They also posted losses for June, marking three consecutive down months for the tech-heavy Nasdaq, its longest losing streak since 2015.
Cryptocurrency is everywhere. The Staples Center, which is home to the Lakers, was renamed the Crypto.com Arena; El Salvador adopted Bitcoin as legal tender; and Bitcoin’s market value surpassed a trillion dollars in February.1-2