US Politics in Trump era Public date: 17.01.2020 00:45:43

Publisher: NYTimes

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13 Dec 2019

How the Fed Lost Its Faith in ‘Full Employment’

Federal Reserve officials believed that the labor market was about as good as it could get. They were wrong. It seems like there are many people on the sideline that are trickling back into the job force and who are not counted as unemployed since they have been out of the job market for over 6 months or more.  Furthermore, the wages have remained stagnant which also signals a weaker economy than projected.
Federal Reserve officials believed that the labor market was about as good as it could get. They were wrong. It seems...

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4 May 2019

The Economy That Wasn’t Supposed to Happen: Booming Jobs, Low Inflation

The labor market the United States is experiencing right now wasn’t supposed to be possible. Not that long ago, the overwhelming consensus among economists would have been that you couldn’t have a 3.6 percent unemployment rate without also seeing the rate of job creation slowing (where are new workers going to come from with so few out of work, after all?) and having an inflation surge (a worker shortage should mean employers bidding up wages, right?).
The labor market the United States is experiencing right now wasn’t supposed to be possible. Not that long ago, the...

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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...

Publisher: Vox

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19 Jan 2018

Trump isn’t behind the lowest black unemployment rate in decades

Since Trump first took credit for the lower unemployment rates earlier this month, journalists and economists have noted that he isn’t really the cause of the decline. Unemployment among black Americans has been  declining pretty steadily after coming close to 17 percent in 2011.
Since Trump first took credit for the lower unemployment rates earlier this month, journalists and economists have noted...

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