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Could the Recovery be Losing its Legs?

Recent disappointing news on the spread of COVID-19 has raised questions about whether the rebound in economic activity has been dealt a serious blow. Ironically, this comes at a time when the blowout 4.8 million increase in employment in June again surpassed forecasts by experts by a country mile. 567 more words

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The Story of the U.S. Debt

Since the end of WWII the debt decreased relative to the size of the economy until President Reagan was elected because of economic growth and inflation. 1,229 more words

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Trump's Remaining Words

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Listening to Donald Trump, something a lot of us have done for the past several days, one realizes the extent of his cognitive decline. 1,351 more words

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Let The Music Play

#LetTheMusicPlay – the elite of UK music has joined forces to call for action to save live music.

Voices include Radiohead, Dizzee Rascal, The Rolling Stones. 474 more words

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United States GDP and Unemployment History

The growth of the gross domestic product (GDP) minus inflation or Real GDP is a good indicator of the growth of the economy. Asset prices are not the economy. 608 more words

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Income inequality- II

Back in 1991 , when government owned most of the industries, there was a rising need for privatisation. This led to the formation of new companies in turn leading to liberalisation. 439 more words

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Encouraging Signs

Recent data pointed to the willingness of households and businesses to resume spending in May. Personal consumption outlays on goods and services increased 8 percent in May, retracing nearly 40 percent of the plunge over the previous two months. 387 more words

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