What you need to know on Wall Street today

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The US economy added 211,000 jobs in April, rebounding after an unexpectedly weak March, according to the Bureau of Labour Statistics. Here’s what you need to know:

In the stock market, traders are losing billions betting against some of America’s most popular companies. Mystery trader “50 Cent” has been unmasked. And the world’s hottest investment product is heading for a record-breaking year.

And in the bond market, Fed officials are giving more speeches than ever but their message is still muddled. “Cracks are emerging” in one of the riskiest parts of the market. In commodities, the oil-rig count climbed for 16th straight week. And a huge oil producer is ramping up production — but there’s reason to remain cautious.

JPMorgan is trying to tackle a “moral and economic crisis” in the South Bronx. Brexit is making Goldman Sachs eye up Frankfurt and Dublin for expansion. And here are the 11 richest hedge fund managers in Britain.

Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting — a financial pilgrimage that draws throngs of CEO Warren Buffett’s admirers from around the world — is on Saturday. Here’s what you need to know:

There’s $US2.4 trillion dollars stashed overseas — here are the companies hoarding the most cash outside America. In related news, here’s what you need in tech:

Here’s the most expensive home for sale in every state. Here’s the the 26 major cities with the highest quality of life in the world. Lastly, go inside the stunning French bistro that was just named the best new restaurant in America.

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