Two major issues dominated the news in late July: Inflation – whether it is, is not a problem or is likely to be one; and the prospect that millions of renters would be evicted from their homes as a federal moratorium barring evictions for nonpayment of rent expired.Read More
The December employment report was a good news-bad news-good news story. The good news: Employers added nearly 50,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell, after remaining essentially flat for the previous two months.
Controlling the virus and boosting the economy aren’t mutually exclusive, economists and health care experts agree; but they are mutually difficiult.
The old year has ended. (We stayed awake past midnight on New Year’s Eve, just to be sure.) Looking ahead, we’ve compiled an assortment of predictions for those who prefer not to rely on their own crystal balls to anticipate what the coming year will bring.
It’s not surprising that reports of the impressive – actually, astounding – increase in the nation’s third quarter growth rate were drowned out by the pre-and post-election noise.