How ‘Big Data’ is reshaping financial markets

By JOSEPH HUTCHISON, Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — The economic boom is over for the U.S. economy, and it’s not over for Wall Street.

The economy added about 220,000 jobs in May and is likely to expand by a similar number in June, according to new data released Friday.

That’s more than expected because the economy is now growing more slowly than the Federal Reserve expected and the economy’s momentum has slowed down, a slowing economy that is expected to slow even more in coming months.

The jobs report marked a turnaround from a year earlier when the economy added just under 200,000.

The unemployment rate remained stubbornly high, at 9.4 percent, and there were no signs of the recent surge in retail sales that helped lift consumer confidence.

The Labor Department said Friday that the jobless rate was the lowest since January 2015 and the unemployment rate is likely a bit higher because it excludes people who are working part-time because of the economy, which has been slowing for years.

The Fed has been cutting its benchmark interest rate twice this year to try to boost the economy and to prevent inflation from spiraling out of control.

The unemployment rate rose to 7.8 percent in May, the lowest level since April 2017, the Labor Department reported Friday.

The labor force participation rate, the share of workers who are employed or actively looking for work, was 62.3 percent, the highest level since March 2020.

That was down from 62.6 percent in April.

The U.N. human rights agency reported Friday that more than 2,000 people have been killed by security forces in Congo since 2015, a steep increase from 1,300 in January.

The number of attacks against civilians increased last month by almost 200 percent.

The country’s government says its forces are on the front lines in fighting to restore order and stability, but it has faced international criticism for not doing enough to prevent atrocities and abuses.

President Donald Trump has said the United States will continue to use force against Congo.

He has called for the withdrawal of the U,S.

military from the country.

Which state will have the best solar energy in 2019?

The American conservative news site The Federalist recently released a list of 50 states with the best renewable energy options in 2019.

The states included in the list include Hawaii, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia. 

The list was released by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), a trade group for the solar industry. 

“This is an important milestone in the solar energy transition. 

Today marks a milestone for our industry and a win for the people of America,” said SEIA president Mike Schuh, adding that the solar market will continue to grow and continue to offer jobs and economic opportunities. 

Solar energy is a growing and innovative industry, but it has yet to achieve the same kind of success as the coal, gas, and oil industries.

It’s still far from a match for the wind and solar power, which have become more expensive to produce and store. 

While solar power has become more affordable, solar panel makers are still losing money on each watt of electricity produced, said Robert Giesbrecht, executive director of Solar Energy Industry Association (SETIA), which represents solar panels manufacturers. 

Still, the solar panel market is projected to grow by over a million units this year, according to Giesbelts. 

In fact, the market is predicted to surpass the 100 million-unit mark in 2021, according the SEIA. 

According to a recent report by GTM Research, the global PV market is expected to grow from $1.1 trillion in 2020 to $5.9 trillion by 2021, with solar panels growing by 50 percent, according for 2017. 

A report released last month by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) predicted that by 2021 solar power will generate a $3.8 trillion market in the United States alone. 

On top of that, GTM found that more than 100 states are investing in the technology, with California alone contributing over $1 billion.