Global markets start a new month with an eye on rising oil prices.


Looking for help in Brooklyn in January.Gabby Jones for The New York TimesThe labor market may be cooling off, but not by much, according to new data on job openings and turnover.Employers had 11.4 million vacancies in April, according to the Labor Department, down from a revised total of nearly 11.9 million the previous month,…

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