University of Michigan economics professor Don Grimes said many of his colleagues will say we're not in a recession, but he called the current economic times "recession-like."
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In one of his first legislative acts, newly-inaugurated Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jr has vetoed a bill sponsored by his lawmaker sister that would have created a special economic zone north of the capital, the presidential office said on Saturday. Marcos, 64, who took office on June 30 after winning the May election by a landslide, has inherited over $200 billion in government debt driven by his predecessor's pandemic response and the impact on the economy. "Fiscal prudence must be exercised particularly at times when resources are scarce and the needs are abundant," Marcos said in a letter on Friday addressed to Congress.
Despite all the talk about a fourth round of federal stimulus payments, summer is here and the check is still not in the mail. Lawmakers have proposed several plans to help America cope with inflation...
- LA Times
Gas prices in California will go up about 3 cents on July 1 due to the state's excise tax on gasoline, which is adjusted each year.
- Yahoo Finance
A new study from WalletHub ranked the 50 U.S. states and D.C. by economic performance and health.
The economy probably just plunged into a recession, according to a real-time data tracker used by a key Federal Reserve bank
Elon Musk and Cathie Wood have said we're already in a recession. More and more Wall Street banks see it. Now one of America's central banks seems to agree.
- Business Insider
"The risks of a 2022 recession are significantly higher than I would have judged six or nine weeks ago," Summers told Bloomberg.
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U.S. manufacturing activity slowed more than expected in June, with a measure of new orders contracting for the first time in two years, signs that the economy was cooling amid aggressive monetary policy tightening by the Federal Reserve. The survey from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) on Friday also showed a gauge of factory employment contracting for a second straight month, though an "overwhelming majority" of companies indicated they were hiring. The slowdown in manufacturing followed moderate consumer spending growth in May along with weak housing starts, building permits and factory production, which left some economists anticipating that the economy contracted again in the second quarter following a slump in gross domestic product in the first three months of the year.
- Yahoo Finance
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell admitted that there is “no guarantee” that the central bank can avoid a hard recession, introducing market fears that the Fed may not follow through on its plans to raise rates to 3.8%.
- The Telegraph
China has snubbed troubled aircraft maker Boeing after three of its national flag carriers placed orders worth $37bn (£31bn) with rival Airbus.
- Business Insider
A bear market in stocks has historically signaled a peak in inflation - but that doesn't mean the pain is over for investors, says a Wall Street investment chief
"The negative wealth effect certainly exists, and it is a powerful thing," The Leuthold Group's Doug Ramsey said.
- Idaho Statesman
The lieutenant governor deferred most of her last paycheck.
Senate Democrats are edging closer to a deal with Manchin to resurrect Biden's economic agenda. They'll face Sinema next.
Democrats crafted a new surtax on millionaires after Sinema stopped them from rolling back Trump tax cuts. Insider learned it's just been killed.
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A note published by Guggenheim economist Matt Bush showed how the U.S. economy has slowed over the past few weeks.
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- American City Business Journals
North Carolina lawmakers appear to be trying to convince Toyota to expand its operations coming to northern Randolph County beyond what’s been announced. The budget agreement legislative leaders announced earlier this week contains a section that would appropriate $225 million to a project that would create 5,000 jobs by 2034 and involve $4.7 billion in private investment in Randolph County. The state support would be conditioned on a company meeting the conditions set in last year’s budget bill that amounted to a second phase of a manufacturing project set to receive state incentives to get started.
- FX Empire
The US dollar has spiked during the trading week again, as the Japanese yen continues to get pounded by almost everything. That being said, we are forming the second shooting star in a row.