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When will we see the real-time inflation data?

The Federal Reserve on Monday said it was expecting real-date inflation data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for the third quarter, which would be the first real-world measurement of real-dollar inflation since January. “We expect that the BLS will provide a real-year inflation estimate on April 1st, with our expectation that it will be

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How to use a data point to understand China’s economic performance

The world’s second-largest economy is slowing as a result of slowing domestic demand and rising international trade.It has already been the subject of two US sanctions in a year.Now it has been told it must reduce the number of people employed in manufacturing.The Chinese central bank says the move will cut growth by about 0.5%

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Iowans celebrate economic stimulus as job creation improves

NIWAA members have welcomed the economic recovery in Iowa, but there are concerns about the long-term future of the industry.The Iowa Department of Agriculture says the state has experienced the highest number of jobs created since the recession.But, according to the Iowa Business and Industry Association (IBIA), many of those jobs have gone to low-wage

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When do you think the next financial crisis will hit?

The world’s biggest economy has been grappling with its worst recession since the Great Depression for months, as the Federal Reserve has begun cutting interest rates and banks are reopening their doors.But for now, there are signs the crisis could hit the US hard, even in the midst of a political election season that is

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Why the Australian economy could be in trouble in the next two years

Posted February 14, 2019 16:31:59 The Australian economy is set to be hit with a big jump in unemployment in the coming years due to an economic relief package announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull last week.Key points: The Turnbull Government has promised to bring down unemployment from 12 per cent to 6.5 per cent

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What is a “Free Lunch”?

Posted by Business Insider on January 10, 2018 09:29:02 An “economic freedom” is defined as the ability to earn a living and not be forced to accept any form of financial or other coercion.Free lunches have become an increasingly popular way to enjoy food in recent years, but they’re also becoming more expensive.As of last

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Why the world is on a bubble definition economics

When it comes to the bond market, it seems that there’s not much going on.Investors and markets alike have been looking to the next big thing.But when it comes down to it, there’s nothing big that the bond markets have to offer.The bond markets’ focus has always been on short-term risk, which is why many

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How to pay for college with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency

By: Matthew Heimbach | November 21, 2018 12:17pmHarvard economist Matthew Heimbach explains how to pay with cryptocurrency in this episode of “How to Pay with Bitcoin” hosted by Breitbart News.Matthew Heimbaches interview with Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow and author Matthew Heimmach, the co-founder of the Bitcoin Foundation.This episode originally aired on May 14, 2018