We turn now to the economy, and what direction economists predict America is heading towards. New numbers show how fast inflation is rising for just about everything we’re paying for every day.
Consumer News: The Home Depot reports jump in sales, baby formula becoming harder to find and more.
Halloween spending is expected to reach record breaking levels this year, according to the latest numbers from the National Retail Federation.
State funding and spending has become increasingly more important during the pandemic. Serving as the chairman, Governor Henry McMaster sat in on the State Fiscal Accountability Authority meeting Tuesday.
After delivering joint address to Congress, President Biden heads to swing states to sell economic agenda
An ambitious economic agenda took center stage during President Joe Biden’s first address to a joint session of Congress. He’s now headed out to key swing states to sell it, while making it clear he wants lawmakers to move it forward.
A new jobs report shows a sluggish economic recovery. The unemployment rate dropping to 6.3%, but just 49,000 jobs were added in January.
China’s economy reportedly grew beyond expectations last year.
ABC NEWS–The Federal government and private industries are desperately trying to turn the economic tide in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. While some corporations are shifting their usual manufacturing resources to making masks and medical supplies…lawmakers are discussing another potential stimulus deal ABC’s Andrew Dymburt has more. Categories: National News Tags: Economy
ABC NEWS– The coronavirus outbreak is both a health and financial crisis. Last week saw the largest unemployment claims in the nation’s history of almost 3 point 3 million and more businesses are announcing layoffs and furloughs. The White House says relief checks could be rolled out in three weeks, but for desperate workers and business owners, that might not…
Despite a strong economy, about 40 percent of American families struggled to meet at least one of their basic needs last year, including paying for food, health care, housing or utilities.