The Federal Reserve Bank of New York added $95.56 billion in temporary liquidity to financial markets Tuesday.

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  At Google, founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are human manifestations of -- and direct links to -- a romanticized open culture that fostered creativity, even if it had no immediate benefit for the company.

With Page and Brin gone, employees wonder, who will protect Google's culture?

"This is not how Google's open culture works or was ever intended to work," Google's security team told employees in a memo about recent firings.

For longtime Google employees who remember the early days, seeing Page and Brin on stage sparked a pang of yearning.

Stocks jumped Wednesday, boosted by a news report from Bloomberg that said the U.S. and China were edging closer to a trade deal.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 204 points higher, or 0.7%.

President Donald Trump also said Wednesday that trade talks with China were going well.

The Dow dropped 280 points on Tuesday and at one point was down as much as 457 points after Trump said it may be better to wait until after the election before making a deal with China.

"Markets are reacting too violently on both the downside and upside to all these headlines."

Job growth stumbled in November, with private payrolls increasing by a mere 67,000 jobs, according to the latest ADP National Employment Report published on Wednesday.

November's number was a steep decline from the 121,000 jobs added in October, which was revised slightly lower than the 125,000 initially reported.

The bulk of job creation in the sector stemmed from professional and business services, which added 28,000 and education and health services, which saw a gain of 39,000.

While no hard data is available to back up the claim, some industry analysts blame the trade war for damaging the economy and slowing jobs growth."

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York added $95.56 billion in temporary liquidity to financial markets Tuesday.

The intervention came in two parts.

One was via overnight repurchase agreements, or repos, that totaled $77.8 billion, and the other was via 14-day repos totaling $17.76 billion.

The central bank took all the securities it was offered.

Baby boomers — those born between 1946 and 1964 — collectively owned 21 percent of the nation’s wealth by the time their generation hit a median age of 35 in 1990.

When the typical Gen Xer reached 35 in 2008, his or her share of the nation’s wealth was just 9 percent, less than half that of boomers at a comparable point in life.

Millennials haven’t hit the 35 mark yet — that won’t happen until about 2023 — but their financial situation is relatively dire.

They own just 3.2 percent of the nation’s wealth.

To catch up to Gen Xers, they’d need to triple their wealth in just four years.

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