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Dr. Paul Craig Roberts - Foreign policy and its impact on the American economy - YouTube

Henry George School of Social Science

In our second interview with Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Andrew Mazzone and Dr. Roberts discuss U.S. foreign policy and its impact on the economy.

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Closed For Business! The Howard Quinn Company's Story

Photographer Sean Dana is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.   From his project ‘Howard Quinn Closing‘. To see Sean’s gallery of projects click on any image. 371 more words

Human Condition

OBAMA IN BIG TROUBLE

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American president, Barack Obama, tweeted last night that the American economy has improved since he was voted president 8years ago. This was not received well by most Americans who had different opinions. 7 more words

Would-be Entrepreneurs See Fewer Opportunities

With so much global economic uncertainty, and fears that the U.S. economic expansion can’t last forever, business owners are starting to feel the pinch.

That’s according to Babson’s latest annual Global Entrepreneurship Monitor… 347 more words

Finance

Asian Stocks Mostly Higher -- U.S. retails spark show good economic news

AFP

© AFP/File | Official figures showed US retail sales beating forecasts, reinforcing the view that the American economy is getting back on track

HONG KONG (AFP) – Asian stock markets edged up again Monday following another record close on Wall Street but the gains were tempered by profit-taking following last week’s global rally. 309 more words

米雇用統計 就業者数が大幅に増加 (미 고용 통계 취업자 수가 크게 증가)

米雇用統計 就業者数が大幅に増加

 アメリカの景の現を示す重要な指標の雇用統計が表され、6月の失業率は4.9%で、前の月より0.2ポイント化しました。一方、前回、極めて低い伸びにとどまっていた農業分野以外の就業者は前の月に比べて28万7000人え、市場の予想を大きく上回りました。

 미 고용 통계 취업자 수가 크게 증가

미국의 경기 현황을 나타내는 중요한 지표의 고용 통계가 발표되면서 6월의 실업률은 4.9%로 지난 달보다 0.2 포인트 악화되었습니다. 

NHK News

". . . reason for the resurgence of U.S. manufacturing: lower electricity prices"

The re-energized story of American #manufacturing from @Mark_J_Perry https://t.co/U34jzMXvPm #shalegas @AEI pic.twitter.com/YgVpAsv7c2

— Gray (@grayconstructio) July 15, 2016

Starting in 2010, U.S. manufacturers have experienced an unprecedented boom, with annual profits above $500 billion in each of the last six years.

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Mark J. Perry