US Politics in Trump era Public date: 19.09.2019 21:40:40

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7 Sep 2018

In a Sign of the Economy’s Strength, Jobs and Wages Moved Higher in August

Low-, middle- and high-skilled jobs all saw some wage growth. Even so, the job market can vary radically depending on what people do and where they live. “In some occupations — typically those with low-skill requirements and relatively pleasant working conditions — there is a huge oversupply of candidates,” said Julia Pollak, a labor economist at the online employment market site ZipRecruiter.
Low-, middle- and high-skilled jobs all saw some wage growth. Even so, the job market can vary radically depending on...

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25 Jul 2018

U.S. Businesses Are Bullish Amid Worldwide Instability

Potential perils are in plain sight: An intense and unpredictable tariff battle is alarming businesses across the country. The annual federal deficit is heading toward $1 trillion. Credit card debt is soaring. And the synchronous wave that lifted every world economy at the year’s start has dissipated. So what? Such risks have done little to puncture the exuberant optimism that is encouraging American businesses to ramp up hiring and consider new investment.
Potential perils are in plain sight: An intense and unpredictable tariff battle is alarming businesses...

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6 Dec 2017

Tax Plan Crowns a Big Winner: Trump’s Industry

House and Senate  Republicans, in their divergent bills, both offered steeply reduced rates to corporate giants, partnerships and family-owned firms across the board. But when it came time to eliminate special breaks or impose tighter standards, real estate was generally excused from the room.
House and Senate  Republicans, in their divergent bills, both offered steeply reduced...

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