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Crypto Tokens Plunge in Fresh Sign of Global Market Ner...

Article by Yahoo Finance | Published 12/04/21 | Comments (0)

Bitcoin plunged along with other cryptocurrencies on Saturday, in another indication of the risk aversion sweeping across financial markets. The largest digi...

   
 

US Hiring Stumbles In November As Economy Adds Just 210...

Article by FOX Business | Published 12/03/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. job growth significantly undershot expectations in November, suggesting that difficulty in attracting new workers is weighing on the labor market's re...

   
 

Congress averts shutdown after vaccine mandate fight

Article by The Hill | Published 12/02/21 | Comments (0)

The Senate on Thursday night passed a short-term funding bill to avert a government shutdown after a days-long fight over President Biden’s vaccine manda...

   
 

‘Economist’ Ranks Tel Aviv World’s Mo...

Article by JNS | Published 12/01/21 | Comments (0)

Tel Aviv is the world’s most expensive city, The Economist reported on Wednesday. A strong shekel and price increases for goods and servi...

   
 

Stocks Tumble On Fed’s Powell Omicron, Inflation ...

Article by FOX Business | Published 11/30/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. stocks took a leg down after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned the omicron variant could result in a faster path to tapering. ...

   
 

Fed Chair Powell To Tell Congress That Omicron Variant ...

Article by FOX Business | Published 11/30/21 | Comments (0)

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is set to tell Congress on Tuesday that the omicron variant could threaten the U.S. labor market and ...

   
 

Businesses Fear Lockdown with the Spread of Omicron Var...

Article by Arutz-7 | Published 11/28/21 | Comments (0)

Almost two years after the coronavirus first made its appearance, the business sector is still trying to recover from the difficulties imposed by lockdowns and ...

   
 

Higher Prices On Amazon Cause A Retail Ripple Effect

Article by Washington Post | Published 11/26/21 | Comments (0)

As the Thanksgiving shopping season kicks off this weekend, consumers will find prices higher than they’ve been in months. That’s particularly true at Amaz...

   
 

Thanksgiving Day Consumers To Spend Up To $5.9B Shoppin...

Article by FOX Business | Published 11/25/21 | Comments (0)

Adobe predicts total online sales for full holiday shopping season will hit record $207B, up 10% compared to last year Consumers shopping online hav...

   
 

Dollar Tree Doubles Down On Pricing Items Over $1

Article by FOX Business | Published 11/23/21 | Comments (0)

Dollar Tree will charge $1.25 for the majority of its products across all of its locations nationwide by the end of April After 35 years, Dollar Tree&nb...

   
 

Congress To Airlines: Where Did All That Covid Money Go...

Article by Politico | Published 11/21/21 | Comments (0)

The wave of airline cancellations that snarled thousands of flights over the past three months did more than strand passengers at airports from Florida to India...

   
 

Experts: Biden US Spending Plan Adds $367 Billion To De...

Article by i24 | Published 11/19/21 | Comments (0)

Several external analysts are not satisfied, and argue the bill will not pay for itself The United States Congressional Budget Office (CBO) announced on Thur...

   
 

Mortgage Rates Propelled Higher By Inflation

Article by Washington Post | Published 11/18/21 | Comments (0)

After falling below 3% for the first time in a month, mortgage rates shot higher this week after a report showed inflation continues to put pressure on the econ...

   
 

Unemployment Claims Drop To Fresh Pandemic Low

Article by FOX Business | Published 11/18/21 | Comments (0)

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped to a new pandemic low last week as the job market continues to recover from the coron...

   
 

Biden Signs $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Into Law

Article by The Hill | Published 11/15/21 | Comments (0)

President Biden  on Monday signed into law a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill at a boisterous ceremony outside the White House, sealing a major...

   
 

US Treasury Partners with Israel to Combat Ransomware

Article by JNS | Published 11/15/21 | Comments (0)

The U.S. Treasury Department has announced that it was expanding cooperation with Israel to combat the threat of ransomware. The bilateral cooperation will take...

   
 

Will Inflation Ease By Next November? That Depends On C...

Article by Politico | Published 11/15/21 | Comments (0)

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Sunday didn’t say whether she was confident inflation would stabilize by next year’s November midterms, tying the economy...

   
 

Gasoline Prices Keep Surging. Can Biden Actually Do Som...

Article by NPR | Published 11/15/21 | Comments (0)

You probably don’t need a news report to tell you that gasoline prices have been surging. Prices are at a seven-year high, up more than a dollar from a year a...

   
 

Manchin May Delay Biden’s BBB Bill Till Next Year...

Article by Newsmax | Published 11/11/21 | Comments (0)

Moderate Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., has already been a leading voice in the Senate to cut President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better budget reconciliation bill i...

   
 

Mortgage Rates Tumble Below 3%

Article by Washington Post | Published 11/10/21 | Comments (0)

Mortgage rates fell below 3% for the first time since early October. According to the latest data released Wednesday by Freddie Mac, the 30-year fixed-rate ave...

   
 

U.S. Inflation Reached 30-Year High In October

Article by WSJ | Published 11/10/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. inflation hit a three-decade high of 6.2% last month. Supply shortages and strong consumer demand continue to push up prices. Laura Rosner-Warburton, seni...

   
 

Jobless Claims Set Fresh Pandemic-Era Low Of 267,000 La...

Article by Yahoo Finance | Published 11/10/21 | Comments (0)

New weekly jobless claims touched a fresh pandemic-era low yet again this week, as labor shortages and companies' efforts to bring on and retain workers, h...

   
 

Supply Chain Stalled By 72,000 Truckers Who Failed Stri...

Article by NY Post | Published 11/09/21 | Comments (0)

A dire truck driver shortage that’s wreaking havoc on the US economy is getting worse — and it’s being fueled partly by tough federal drug-testing restric...

   
 

General Electric to Split Into Three Public Companies

Article by WSJ | Published 11/09/21 | Comments (0)

General Electric Co. GE +5.74% said it would split into three public companies, breaking apart the more than century-old company that was on...

   
 

Granholm Says Biden 'Looking At' Tapping Stra...

Article by The Hill | Published 11/07/21 | Comments (0)

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm (D) said Sunday that President Biden is considering tapping into the nation’s Strategic Petro...

   
 

Biden’s Bet That Economy Would Boost Democrats Fa...

Article by Newsmax | Published 11/06/21 | Comments (0)

The U.S. economy was supposed to help President Joe Biden and Democrats, but as of late it’s been hurting them with voters. Biden on Friday praised the U.S. ...

   
 

US Economy Adds 531K Jobs In October, Surging Past Expe...

Article by FOX Business | Published 11/05/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. employers' hiring surged in October as the number of new infections caused by the COVID-19 delta variant slowed and the expiration of extended unemplo...

   
 

World Food Prices Hit 10-Year High In October

Article by Newsmax | Published 11/04/21 | Comments (0)

World food prices rose for a third straight month in October to reach a fresh 10-year peak, led again by increases in cereals and vegetable oils, the U.N. food ...

   
 

Unemployment Claims Drop To 269,000, Another Pandemic L...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 11/04/21 | Comments (0)

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell to a fresh pandemic low last week, another sign the job market is healing after last year’s co...

   
 

Israel Passes Budget After 3.5 Years, Preventing Electi...

Article by JPost | Published 11/04/21 | Comments (0)

The Knesset passed the 2021 state budget into law in a 61-59 vote at 5:30 a.m. Thursday morning, giving Israel a new budget for the first time since M...

   
 

Passing the Budget and the Dispersal of the Knesset

Article by Dr. Assaf Shapira, Director of... | Published 11/03/21 | Comments (0)

To date, the Knesset was dissolved only once due to failure to pass a budget. On December 23, 2021: the 23rd Knesset was dissolved after it did not approve the ...

   
 

The Wealthiest 10% Of Americans Own A Record 89% Of All...

Article by CNBC | Published 11/01/21 | Comments (0)

The wealthiest 10% of Americans now own 89% of all U.S. stocks held by households, a record high that highlights the stock market’s role in increasing wealth ...

   
 

Biden To Release New Framework On $1.75 Trillion Social...

Article by WSJ | Published 10/28/21 | Comments (0)

President Biden intends to release a new framework on the Democrats’ $1.75 trillion social-spending and climate package Thursday aimed at winning su...

   
 

Manchin Dampens Progressive Hopes For Billionaires Tax

Article by The Hill | Published 10/27/21 | Comments (0)

Democratic hopes of including a new tax on the super-wealthy to help pay for their social spending package were fading on Wednesday as centrist Sen. Joe Ma...

   
 

Democrats Unveil Billionaires’ Tax As Biden Plan ...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/27/21 | Comments (0)

Pushing past skeptics, Senate Democrats on Wednesday unveiled a new billionaires’ tax proposal, an entirely new entry in the tax code designed to help pay for...

   
 

Tesla Is Now Worth More Than $1 Trillion

Article by CNN | Published 10/26/21 | Comments (0)

Tesla just became the sixth company in US history to be worth $1 trillion. Shares popped more than 12% Monday to close at about $1,025, boosted by two spot...

   
 

IMF Chief Economist Gopinath: Inflation Will Continue W...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/25/21 | Comments (0)

Some inflation had been expected after the deep recession in 2020, but with the frictions between supply and demand not matching up, inflation pressures will re...

   
 

Desperate For Employees, US Businesses Struggle To Hire

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/24/21 | Comments (0)

To keep the taps at his recently opened beer tasting room flowing, Peter Chekijian had no choice but to ask his main employees to come in seven days per-week. ...

   
 

Schumer, Manchin Continuing Talks With Biden In Delawar...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/24/21 | Comments (0)

Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin were continuing talks with President Joe Biden in Delaware on Sunday as Democrats scrambled to reach agreement...

   
 

Yellen Insists US Not Losing Control Of Inflation

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/24/21 | Comments (0)

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Sunday that the United States was not losing control of inflation, and that she expected inflation levels to return to n...

   
 

Twitter’s Dorsey Warns Inflation About To ‘...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/24/21 | Comments (0)

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is sounding the alarm that inflation in the United States is about to “change everything.” In a tweet Friday, Dorsey warn...

   
 

Pain At The Pump: Biden Admits ‘I Don’t Hav...

Article by NY Post | Published 10/22/21 | Comments (0)

President Biden admitted during a CNN town hall Thursday night that he has no immediate solution to the problem of spiking gas prices and suggested th...

   
 

Manchin: No Deal On Social Spending Bill ‘Anytime...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/22/21 | Comments (0)

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., said on Thursday that Democrats won’t reach an agreement on a wide-ranging social spending bill ”anytime soon,” despite ongoing...

   
 

Israel Owes Citizens NIS 3.6 Billion In Tax Refunds

Article by Arutz-7 | Published 10/20/21 | Comments (0)

An unpleasant figure was published yesterday by the State Comptroller, who determined that the Tax Authority owes citizens NIS 3.6 billion in over-collections a...

   
 

US Has Dipped Into Recession As Worried Consumers Flash...

Article by NY Post | Published 10/18/21 | Comments (0)

The US economy is careening into another recession, two noted economists warn, as worries about the labor market and the coronavirus have worsened dramatically ...

   
 

Jerome Powell Sold More Than A Million Dollars Of Stock...

Article by Prospect | Published 10/18/21 | Comments (0)

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell sold between $1 million and $5 million worth of stock from his personal account on October 1, 2020, according t...

   
 

Backlash Could Force Democrats To Rethink IRS Bank Acco...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/14/21 | Comments (0)

Fierce public backlash could force Democrats to rethink a proposal that includes the monitoring of most financial accounts, the Washington Examiner reported. A...

   
 

Social Security Checks Getting Big Boost As Inflation R...

Article by AP | Published 10/14/21 | Comments (0)

 Millions of retirees on Social Security will get a 5.9% boost in benefits for 2022. The biggest cost-of-living adjustment in 39 years follows a ...

   
 

U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 293,000

Article by WSJ | Published 10/14/21 | Comments (0)

Jobless claims fell below 300,000 last week for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic began in 2020, a sign companies are holding tightly to their workers ...

   
 

Cost To Heat Homes Could Soar 54% This Winter

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/13/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. consumers will spend more to heat their homes this winter than last year due to surging energy prices, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) pro...

   
 

Walgreens To Close Five San Francisco Pharmacies Due To...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/13/21 | Comments (0)

Walgreens, the second-largest pharmacy chain in the United States with nearly 9,000 outlets, will close five stores in San Francisco due to what the company cal...

   
 

Inflation Rises To 5.4 Percent, With Tangled Supply Lin...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/13/21 | Comments (0)

Another surge in consumer prices in September sent inflation to 5.4% from a year ago, matching the highest such rate since 2008 as tangled global supply lines c...

   
 

House Votes To Temporarily Raise Debt Limit

Article by WBAL | Published 10/13/21 | Comments (0)

The House voted Tuesday to temporarily raise the debt ceiling by $480 billion after the Senate approved the stopgap measure late last week, putting off the risk...

   
 

Goldman Cuts Forecast For US Economic Growth In 2021, 2...

Article by Newsmax | Published 10/11/21 | Comments (0)

Goldman Sachs cut its U.S. economic growth target to 5.6% for 2021 and to 4% for 2022 citing an expected decline in fiscal support through the end of next year ...

   
 

Watch: Gov. Hogan Announces Plans To Spend $2.5 Billion...

Article by WBAL | Published 10/07/21 | Comments (0)

Gov. Larry Hogan addressed the state Thursday and announced his five-point plan on spending the $2.5 billion surplus Maryland has accrued during a news con...

   
 

Jobless Claims Fall By 38K, Break Three Straight Weeks ...

Article by The Hill | Published 10/07/21 | Comments (0)

New claims for unemployment insurance fell sharply last week after rising through most of September, according to data released Thursday by the Labor Department...

   
 

Germany Adding 6,500 Holocaust Survivors To Pension Pro...

Article by i24 | Published 10/06/21 | Comments (0)

First-time payments targeting Jews who endured Nazi siege of Leningrad, hid in France, persecuted in Romania Germany has agreed to extend pension payments to...

   
 

26 Israelis Arrested For Alleged Crypto Fraud Scheme

Article by i24 | Published 10/06/21 | Comments (0)

'Wolves of Tel Aviv' mostly targeted US citizens, taking tens of millions of shekels In a joint operation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation ...

   
 

Trillion-Dollar Coin Could Be Minted To Avoid Debt Limi...

Article by Axios | Published 10/05/21 | Comments (0)

A trillion-dollar platinum coin could be minted “within hours of the Treasury Secretary’s decision to do so,” Philip Diehl, former director of the United ...

   
 

Manchin’s In The Driver’s Seat As Dems Fume...

Article by The Hill | Published 10/01/21 | Comments (0)

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is in the driver’s seat and letting liberal Democrats in the House and Senate know that he plans to set the t...

   
 

Despite Setback, Democrats Try To Save Biden $3.5T Plan

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 10/01/21 | Comments (0)

Despite a long night of frantic negotiations, Democrats were unable to reach an immediate deal to salvage President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion govern...

   
 

Congress Passes Short-Term Government Funding Bill, Ave...

Article by Axios | Published 09/30/21 | Comments (0)

Congress passed a short-term bill on Thursday to fund the government through Dec. 3, just hours before a potential shutdown. The bill passed in the Senate with...

   
 

Stocks Tumble Amid Chaos On Capitol Hill

Article by FOX Business | Published 09/30/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. stock indexes were sharply lower on the final day of the third quarter as the Senate reached a deal to avoid a government shutdown and ...

   
 

Comptroller Franchot Says 'Government Inefficiency...

Article by WBAL | Published 09/29/21 | Comments (0)

Maryland has received an extra two $2.5 billion on Wednesday, ending the fiscal year with that much as a budget surplus.  My statement on the Bur...

   
 

Biden Could Owe As Much As $500K In Back Taxes

Article by NY Post | Published 09/25/21 | Comments (0)

Republicans say a new nonpartisan report indicates President Biden improperly avoided paying Medicare taxes before he took office — raising eyebrows and the p...

   
 

Biden Says Budget Talks Hit ‘Stalemate,’ Co...

Article by Newsmax | Published 09/25/21 | Comments (0)

President Joe Biden said Friday that talks over his $3.5 trillion rebuilding plan have hit a “stalemate” in Congress as he made the case for his expansive e...

   
 

China's Central Bank Rules All Crypto Transactions...

Article by i24 | Published 09/25/21 | Comments (0)

'Virtual currency derivative transactions are all illegal financial activities and are strictly prohibited' China on Friday stepped up its crackdow...

   
 

Manchin Pushes For Pause On Infrastructure Bill Until N...

Article by Breitbart | Published 09/20/21 | Comments (0)

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) said that President Joe Biden and the Democrat-led Congress should take a “strategic pause” from the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion infr...

   
 

Dow Jones Tanks Nearly 600 Points As Doubts Swirl Over ...

Article by FOX Business | Published 09/20/21 | Comments (0)

Stocks were under pressure Monday as concerns over China’s property bubble roiled global markets ahead of the Federal Reserve’s upcoming policy me...

   
 

Fed Expected To Stay Cautious As Economy Sends Mixed Si...

Article by Newsmax | Published 09/19/21 | Comments (0)

With the United States on the upswing from the Covid-19 pandemic, the Federal Reserve is expected to weigh in next week on whether the economy is healthy enough...

   
 

Tycoon Has Fortune Slashed By $27 Billion In One Of Big...

Article by The Sun | Published 09/19/21 | Comments (0)

A tycoon has had his fortune slashed by a whopping $27 billion as China cracks down on tech firms. Chinese billionaire Colin Huang, the founder of the e-commer...

   
 

AOC’s ‘Tax The Rich’ Designer Alleged...

Article by Newsmax | Published 09/19/21 | Comments (0)

The designer of the “Tax the Rich” Met Gala dress worn by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., is not practicing that preaching, relying on unpaid interns...

   
 

House Democrats Want Corporate Tax Rate Raised To 25.6 ...

Article by Newsmax | Published 09/13/21 | Comments (0)

As a way to help pay for their $3.5 trillion spending plan, House Democrats want the corporate tax rate raised to 25.6 percent, up from the current 21 percent b...

   
 

Manchin Backs As Little As $1 Trillion Of Biden’s...

Article by Axios | Published 09/11/21 | Comments (0)

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) has privately warned the White House and congressional leaders that he has specific policy concerns with President Biden’s $3.5 tril...

   
 

Biden Administration Releasing Billions in Covid-19 Rel...

Article by WSJ | Published 09/10/21 | Comments (0)

The Biden administration is releasing more than $25 billion in relief funds to health organizations from money Congress granted last year to cover financial los...

   
 

US Jobless Claims Reach A Pandemic Low As Economy Recov...

Article by Newsmax | Published 09/09/21 | Comments (0)

The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to 310,000, a pandemic low and a sign that the surge in COVID-19 cases caused by the delta ...

   
 

Trump Nears Deal To Sell His DC Hotel

Article by Axios | Published 09/05/21 | Comments (0)

Former President Trump is in advanced talks to sell rights to his Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., sources tell Axios. The removal of Trump’s b...

   
 

August Jobs Report: Payrolls Rise By Disappointing 235,...

Article by Yahoo Finance | Published 09/03/21 | Comments (0)

The U.S. economy added back jobs at a far slower pace in August following an early-summer jump in employment, as an initial wave of reopening hiring waned and c...

   
 

US Projects $3.12 Trillion Budget Deficit For This Year...

Article by Newsmax | Published 08/29/21 | Comments (0)

The Biden administration is forecasting that this year’s budget deficit will be $555 billion lower than it estimated back in May, helped by an economy that is...

   
 

Supreme Court Allows Evictions To Resume During Pandemi...

Article by WBAL | Published 08/26/21 | Comments (0)

The Supreme Court's conservative majority is allowing evictions to resume across the United States, blocking the Biden administration from enforcing a temp...

   
 

US Slightly Upgrades GDP Estimate For Last Quarter To 6...

Article by Newsmax | Published 08/26/21 | Comments (0)

The U.S. economy grew at a robust 6.6% annual rate last quarter, slightly faster than previously estimated, the government said Thursday in a report that pointe...

   
 

Nasdaq, S&P 500 Hit Records As Financials, Energy L...

Article by FOX Business | Published 08/25/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. stock indexes clawed their way to record highs Wednesday as investors assessed the prospects of a massive spending project and looked ahead to th...

   
 

Biden Calls To Let Extra Jobless Benefits Expire, Despi...

Article by Newsmax | Published 08/20/21 | Comments (0)

The Biden administration said in a letter to lawmakers Thursday that it’s “appropriate” for expanded unemployment benefits to expire as scheduled in a lit...

   
 

US Households Paying No Income Tax Hit 61% Of Total Las...

Article by Newsmax | Published 08/18/21 | Comments (0)

Nearly 61% of U.S households paid no federal income taxes during pandemic-stricken year of 2020, because of declines in income and boosts to government subsidie...

   
 

Stocks Sink as Retail Sales Disappoint

Article by FOX Business | Published 08/17/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. stock indexes were lower Tuesday as investors digested earnings from big retailers and awaited a speech from Federal Reserve Chairman J...

   
 

Spirit Airlines Says Flurry Of Flight Cancellations Cos...

Article by FOX Business | Published 08/17/21 | Comments (0)

Spirit Airlines disclosed on Monday that the company took a $50 million hit over its recent spate of flight cancellations and delays after operational issu...

   
 

Retail Sales Dip As Coronavirus Resurgence Snarls Spend...

Article by FOX Business | Published 08/17/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. consumer spending slowed more than expected last month amid a resurgence in COVID-19 cases.  Retail sales, a measure of spending ...

   
 

Wall Street Is The Most Bullish On Stocks In Almost Two...

Article by Yahoo News | Published 08/16/21 | Comments (0)

It’s been two decades since Wall Street analysts were this upbeat. About 56% of all recommendations on S&P 500 firms are listed as buys, the most since 2...

   
 

USDA To Permanently Boost Food Stamp Benefits By 25 Per...

Article by AP | Published 08/16/21 | Comments (0)

The Biden administration has approved a significant and permanent increase in the levels of food stamp assistance available to needy families—the largest sing...

   
 

Consumer Sentiment In U.S. Plunges To Lowest Since 2011

Article by Investing | Published 08/15/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. consumer sentiment fell in early August to the lowest level in nearly a decade as Americans grew more concerned about the economy’s prospects, inflation ...

   
 

In Win for Landlords, US Supreme Court Lifts New York&r...

Article by Newsmax | Published 08/13/21 | Comments (0)

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday lifted New York state’s ban on residential evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, handing a victory to a group of small la...

   
 

Fourth Stimulus Checks To Begin Hitting Bank Accounts T...

Article by U.S. Sun | Published 08/12/21 | Comments (0)

New stimulus checks could be hitting your bank account from this week as part of the latest round of payments. The new stimulus payments are expected...

   
 

US Inflation Increases Again, Continues At Record High

Article by Newsmax | Published 08/12/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. consumer prices increases slowed in July even as they remained at a 13-year high on a yearly basis and there were tentative signs inflation has peaked as s...

   
 

Consumer Prices Rise 5.4% Annually In July

Article by FOX Business | Published 08/11/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. consumer price gains remained hot as the economic recovery continued to take hold.   The Labor Department said Wednesday that consumer pric...

   
 

US Postal Service Proposes Some Temporary Holiday Shipp...

Article by Newsmax | Published 08/10/21 | Comments (0)

The United States Postal Service (USPS) said on Tuesday it is proposing to temporarily hike prices for some package shipments for the 2021 peak holiday season. ...

   
 

Senate Approves Bipartisan $1T Infrastructure Plan In W...

Article by FOX Business | Published 08/10/21 | Comments (0)

The Senate on Tuesday passed a major $1 trillion infrastructure spending bill in a significant show of bipartisan force that marked a big step forward...

   
 

Budget Office: Infrastructure Bill Would Add $256 Billi...

Article by Newsmax | Published 08/06/21 | Comments (0)

The bipartisan U.S. infrastructure bill would add $256 billion to the federal budget deficit over a decade, the Congressional Budget Office said Thursday, diffe...

   
 

United Airlines Will Require Its 67,000 U.S. Employees ...

Article by CNBC | Published 08/06/21 | Comments (0)

United Airlines will require its 67,000 U.S. employees to get vaccinated against Covid by no later than Oct. 25 or risk termination, a first for major U.S....

   
 

Gas Prices Hit New Record In Summer Travel Rebound

Article by FOX Business | Published 08/06/21 | Comments (0)

U.S. gas prices reached a record high Thursday.  The national average is sitting at $3.19 per gallon, which is the highest its been since Oct. 12, 20...