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Another business group, on the other hand, supports the tax. Alliance for Business Leadership President Jesse Mermell told The Globe, "Raising money from the most fortunate among us is the fair approach to making investments that are good for business ...
WHAT IT MEANS: At the end of next week, we get the first guess, excuse me, estimate, of third quarter growth, so it is important to see what the current data are telling us. One sector that had been expected to add to growth was residential construction.

The sum involved was extraordinary: $85bn was more than the US Congress spent annually on transportation, and nearly three times as much as it spent on fighting Aids, a particular priority of the president's. But the .... Four years earlier, Blinder ...
The FOMC members are wishing and hoping that inflation will start approaching their target of 2%. That could happen this year, but largely because of the rise in energy costs, not a generalized increase in consumer prices.

More than 300 leading Economists recently called for the rejection of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's economic agenda.
Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) says the U.S. economy is rigged and laden with more income inequality than any other nation in the world.
Donald Trump, surrounded by many of Reagan's economic advisors, is determined to follow Reagan's prescription for prosperity; Hillary Clinton is pledged to do just the opposite.
But when it comes to serious issues like job creation, it seems easier to have faith in Trump if he is elected president - provided economic advisors nudge him away from some of his protectionist trade policies. I have no faith in Hillary's ...
I'm experiencing an upsurge in California companies inquiring about relocating to Mexico - a reaction to the contempt that Gov.
"TPP is not part of what a progressive economic agenda looks like," said Gene Sperling, Hilary Clinton's economic advisor and former director of the National Economic Council and Assistant to the President for Economic Policy in the Obama White House ...
I would subscribe to the dictum of Herb Stein, former head of the Council of economic advisors, that if something can't go on forever, it won't.
Trump's economics advisor, Stephen Moore, argued that "China is a case where we really do have to get tougher," arguing that a President Donald Trump would negotiate more favorable trade agreements for the United States. China currently ranks as the ...
Associated Press President Barack Obama gestures as he speaks during a reception for Hispanic Heritage Month on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, in the East Room of the White House in Washington.

What is unique about the Great Recession that followed Lehman's collapse is that it has been prolonged and has enveloped several continents, including the wealthiest - the United States (US), Europe and Japan. What this suggests is that sustained ...
The era of monthly payroll gains of at least 200,000 appears to be over after the Labor Department reported on Friday that job growth was lackluster again in September, but Economists said that's a good thing.
Henry (Bud) Hebeler retired from The Boeing Company in 1989 where he was vice-president for corporate strategic and operational planning.
It is in that spirit that The Harvard Independent spoke with Dr. Laurence Kotlikoff, the William Warren Fairfield Professor of economics at Boston University, who is incidentally also a candidate for president of the United States of America. ... It ...
As the United States has caught on the election fever, otherwise known as the U.S. presidential election, the rest of the world is following with keen interest.
No, believe it or not, that's the least of it. What's much worse is, his lack of manners, his disdain for minorities, immigrants, women, rules, the law and just about everyone who dares to disagree with him is contagious.
Jaitley also interacted with several US State Department officials during the reception hosted in his honor. Shaktikanta Das, Secretary Economic Affairs, held a bilateral meeting with United States Treasury Under-Secretary, Nathan Sheets. After ...
Ten Days - Gillian Slovo; and Matt Chapple, of The Great British sewing Bee. Signals author Dr Pippa Malmgren will tell us how everyday signs can help us navigate the world's turbulent economy. The Former economic advisor to President George W Bush ...
It also predicted flat earnings next year. "The election presents a choice. Do you want the current policies, which Wal-Mart has given us a very clear forecast [of] ... or do you want some different for the U.S.?" asked Malpass, president of economic ...
"Employers remain ambivalent about both the U.S. and national economies ahead of the presidential election, but companies clearly have regained a sense of buoyancy about their own futures," said Michael Tyler, chief investment officer, Eastern Bank ...
In the ramp-up to the U.S. presidential election, the two main competing candidates have debated everything from oil to trade policies in their campaigns.
In the midst of the rabble-rousing speeches of the contestants in the United States presidential elections, although essentially focused on domestic issues, the role and impact of the rise of China and India have also quietly come to the fore.
For a November move, the proximity to the US presidential election represents a tangible uncertainty that seems unreasonable to trigger with a poor market reaction to monetary policy.
And former Obama administration economic advisor Larry Summers argues that America is in a period of "secular stagnation" and needs to spend an additional $2.2 trillion over the next decade on physical infrastructure to jump start growth.
Summers was speaking at a Bank of Japan conference in Tokyo when he floated the idea that the U.S. government should consider purchasing a "wider range of assets on a sustained and continuing basis.
289 people died when Kunduz province in the northeast fell to the Taliban, for the first time since the US-led Coalition attacked in 2001.
Zandi has served as an economic advisor to the Obama administration and U.S. Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign. He is the author of Financial Shock, an analysis of the 2008 financial crisis, and the forthcoming Paying the Price, a guide for ...
Austan Goolsbee, a former White House economic advisor for President Obama and now an advisor for Clinton, and Peter Navarro, a noted author, documentary maker, economist who teaches at UC Irvine and an economic advisor for Trump's campaign, ... "If ...
That consumers spending should continue this year, according to Greg Daco, who follows the U.S. economy at Oxford economics.
government wins businesspeople's trust: Apindo Meet the Press: Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo) advisory board chairman Sofjan Wanandi (second right) poses with Apindo chairman Hariyadi Sukamdani (third right) and other businesspeople, ...
Scaramucci says one of the big things that have come up in his meetings with other Trump economic advisors is how to set up the tax code so that it encourages companies not just to hoard their money, or hand it back to shareholders, but to invest in ...
Who will be your presidential pick? Is it the female secretary of state who denied over 600 requests for increased security on the part of J. Christopher Stevens, who served as U.S. Ambassador to Libya from May 22, 2012, to Sept. 11, 2012? Is it the ...
Earlier this month, Donald Trump's economic advisor Stephen Moore claimed that limiting our carbon pollution is pointless because of China's supposedly growing coal dependency.
Back then, recession fears were still lingering after the selloff in risk assets earlier in the year, a sharp slowing of the U.S. economy, and concerns about China and the emerging market commodity complex. Yet, we decided to .... In the U.S., any ...
Democratic Nominee for president of the United States former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Republican Nominee for President of the United States Donald Trump meet for their first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York ...
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took shots at each other over the economy during the first presidential debate, but experts disagreed about who came out on top.
Who will be your presidential pick? Is it the Secretary of State who denied over 200 requests for increased security on the part of J. Christopher Stevens, who served as U.S. Ambassador to Libya from May 22, 2012 to September 11, 2012? Is it the SOS ...
According to the White House's Council of economic advisors, 83 percent of the jobs paying less than $20 an hour are projected to be impacted by automation.
The Council of economic advisors chaired by Brownback no longer will compile and distribute a Kansas-specific review of economic markers picked by the administration and championed as an accountability test of its economic vision.
Not unlike the primary debates for the 2016 presidential nominations, Monday night's first presidential debate between Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, and Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, covered topics hotly debated ...
April 12, 2015 Hillary Rodham Clinton declares her candidacy for president of the United States, while Republicans yell, "Benghazi!
As Dwyer Gunn pointed out for Pacific Standard, when the United States government Accountability Office looked into labor standards among Free Trade Agreement member countries, it found a sl0w-as-molasses response rate by the Department of Labor.


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