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Hoping for more stimulus money in 2022? If you're a resident of one of these four states, you may be in luck.
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Supermarket shelves are bare and restaurants can't serve meals, but Sri Lanka's economic crisis is a bonanza for used car dealers, with vehicle shortages pushing prices higher than a house in a nice area.
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The problems of the coronavirus pandemic are a daily, ever-changing challenge for state government. Gov. Steve Sisolak weighs in on Nevada's efforts to combat COVID-19 and the state of our economy.
The U.S. trade deficit in goods widened to a record high in December as imports increased for a fifth straight month amid strong domestic demand, suggesting that trade likely remained a drag on economic growth in the fourth quarter. But imports are helping to replenish depleted inventories, with the report from the Commerce Department on Wednesday showing strong restocking at retailers and wholesalers last month.
Democrats have pinned part of their election hopes on infrastructure progress. But they're lacking a pot of money essential to carrying out that vision.
The question with Reopening 3.0 is whether the services sector will be staffed to support it—and what it means for the economy.
The year opened with a debate over the American Rescue Plan, which would go on to boost household income by $1,400 -- $5,600 for a family of four -- through a third round of direct Economic Impact...
Slowing growth and high prices are a lethal combo. Add to it another explosive ingredient: unemployment.
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Interest rate hikes are likely to be modest in 2022 - but that could still be enough to drastically change the equation for speculative bets.
Halfway through the current fiscal year, in December 2021, Massachusetts reported excise taxes of $51.3 million from sales of alcohol and $74.2 million from marijuana.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Wednesday said the central bank "is of a mind" to raise interest rates in March as part of an effort to combat the highest inflation in decades.
The Federal Reserve never expected inflation to soar to 7% and hit a 40-year high. Now scrambling central bank leaders insist they'll do what it takes to snuff out price pressures.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The windfall gives lawmakers and Gov. Tony Evers a chance to consider spending money or cutting taxes in an election year.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday warned a CR would mean cutting the number of new recruits for the service to 23,000 from the 31,500.
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An estimated 250,000 workers in New Jersey who collected unemployment benefits may owe the government money, unless Congress acts.
Deloitte Economics Institute says the U.S. economy could grow by $3 trillion in 50 years if it rapidly decarbonizes; the pain of inaction will top $14 trillion.
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India is a faster growing economy than the CPTPP bloc, whose imports are expected to grow at below the world average in the years ahead, according to the Resolution Foundation.