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I have a not-so-fun fact for y’all this morning. 

Dean Baker, senior economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research, tweeted out a sobering statistic following jobless claims.

He said, “unemployment insurance claims still 130,000 higher than [the] worst week of the Great Recession.”

The Labor Department reported that 793,000 Americans filed for first-time jobless benefits in the week ending Feb. 6, which is down from an upwardly revised 812,000 claims the week earlier. Economists polled by FactSet had expected claims of 757,000.

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Bumble  (BMBL) – Get Report priced its IPO at $43 a share, which is above the initial range of $37 to $39 a share.  The company, which is focused on empowering women, will trade on the Nasdaq under ticker BMBL.

The company has, so far, raised around $2.15 billion.

Let’s talk earnings. 

PepsiCo  (PEP) – Get Report reported net income of $1.85 billion, or $1.33 a share, compared with $1.77 billion, or $1.26 a share, a year ago. Excluding nonrecurring items, earnings were $1.47 a share, ahead of analysts’ estimates of $1.46. 

And revenue increased 8.8% to $22.5 billion, beating the FactSet consensus of $21.8 billion.

“We ended the year on a strong note with our global beverage business having accelerated while our global snacks and food business remained resilient in the fourth quarter,” CEO Ramon Laguarta said in a statement.

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