Unemployment claims filed during the week ending June 27 dipped 3.7 percent from the previous week, but 13.2 percent of Americans were still unemployed as of June 20, the Department of Labor reported on Thursday.

The U.S. recovery is well underway, and ahead of most economists' expectations. 

Wall Street celebrated its best quarter since 1987, with the Dow gaining 17 percent from April through June, and private-sector employment increased by more than 2.3 million from May to June.

The Goldman Sachs investment bank said forcing all Americans to wear masks would protect the GDP from taking a five-percent hit while helping avoid more lockdowns.

The consumer financial website WalletHub released its “Best- & Worst-run Cities in America” on Monday, and there were a number of surprises.

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