The Week’s Investing News Roundup: Tesla, Walmart, Dividend Stocks and More

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  • Uncertainty about inflation and recession fears were eased by a better-than-expected consumer price index report that raised hopes for an economic soft landing and that the Federal Reserve would begin cutting interest rates next year.
  • Big retailers stepped into the earnings spotlight this past week, with Home Depot, Target and Walmart beating expectations, though the latter’s guidance disappointed investors.
  • Starbucks workers at hundreds of stores participated in the Red Cup Day strike.
  • Black Friday deals have begun at Amazon, which also said that auto dealers will be able to sell cars at its site beginning next year.

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