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Trump blaming Biden admin’s poor stewardship of economy for soaring inflation while denouncing Democrats tax hikes in latest spending bill.
Credit card debt soars, as proven by recent troubling data, elevating the already dire risks of this intense inflationary recession. Prices surge for consumers at the highest clip in 40 years. The overall Consumer Price Index (CPI) vaults higher at...
When surveyed by the government, employers report they have added people to their payrolls, but Americans say they are not actually working.
Dems claim Inflation Reduction Act will reduce consumer prices and spur economic growth. Experts say it will worsen inflation and stagnation.
Elon Musk says he expects a recession in the United States to last around 18 months, although he anticipates it will be “relatively mild.”
WH economic adviser Jared Bernstein said Americans who think U.S. is in a recession are confused about the source of their economic pain.
The U.S. economy added 528,000 new jobs in July, topping the market estimate of 250,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis president warned that the current rate of inflation is troubling and will spread across the country.
Item by item, we reveal what consumers are paying right now, and what they SHOULD be paying were it not for 12 months of runaway 9.1% inflation Comprehensive analysis by DailyMail.com found the 45 products that were most frequently burning...
Bannon rants about state of U.S. economy with $300 trillion of debt were saddled with thanks to economic policies in Fed and Treasury Dept..
U.S. economy contracted in second quarter, marking two consecutive quarters of negative growth, which is a common definition of a recession.
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by another 0.75 percentage point on July 27 during the July Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) policy meeting. This is in line with market expectations and similar to the historic move the central bank made in June. The FOMC’s...
Federal Reserve raised interest rates by another 0.75 percentage point during the July Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) policy meeting.
White House economic advisers issued a note clarifying the definition of recession prior to the release next week of dismal economic data.