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January Layoffs Up 21% to 53,000...
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Source: ThinkstockIn a worrying start to the year, major companies laid off 52,988 workers in January, up 20.7% from December and up 18.7% from January a year ago. The data show a mixed trend. Long term, January 2019 numbers were better than for most Janu
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-02-01 19:57 UTC
College Grads Launch Protest Against H-1B Middle-Class Outsourcing...
An expanding group of American professionals is building support for a January 26 protest against the outsourcing of middle-class jobs via the H-1B visa program.
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-01-23 01:28 UTC
Big Cities Are No Longer Lands of Opportunity for Middle-Skilled Workers...
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A major route to middle-class prosperity has been closed off
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-01-23 01:28 UTC
86 million Americans fear maxing out a credit card: Report...
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Despite the dangers of high-interest loans, many Americans are racking up enough credit card debt to worry about overdrafting their account on a single large purchase.
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-01-22 16:42 UTC
U.S. job growth surges in December; unemployment rate rises...
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U.S. employers hired the most workers in 10 months in December while boosting wages, which could help to allay a recent upsurge in fears about the economy's health that has roiled financial markets.' The unemployment rate increased to 3.9 percent from near a 49-year low of 3.7 percent in November
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-01-04 18:50 UTC
Hot jobs in December: Health care, restaurants, construction...
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Nearly all industry sectors benefited from the robust jobs in December, with health care and education leading the way by adding 82,000 to their payrolls.
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-01-04 18:47 UTC
Trump lashes out at Fed: 'They're raising interest rates too fast'...
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President Trump again took aim the Federal Reserve for its interest rate hike last week — but said he had overall confidence in the U.S. economy.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-12-25 17:49 UTC
Dow drops 653 points in worst Christmas Eve trading day ever...
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The plummet followed a tumultuous few days in Washington, amid reports that Trump was discussing how to remove Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-12-24 19:23 UTC
Stocks Pushed to the Brink of a Bear Market on Christmas Eve...
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Mnuchin took to Twitter again on Sunday to say he’d spoken to heads of the biggest U.S. banks about liquidity and lending infrastructure, and reconvened a presidential working group established to sort out the Crash of 1987.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-12-24 19:22 UTC
Dow falls 500 points as investors worry about the economy...
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The US stock market sank deeper into the red following sluggish economic reports on Monday and bad news from a couple of blue chip giants. The Dow fell 500 points, or 2.1%. The S&P 500 lost 2.1% and retreated to its lowest level of the year.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-12-17 21:21 UTC
Stocks down, and Dow drops 750 points, reversing gains from U.S.-China trade truce...
Big losses in bank, tech and industrial stocks as Wall Street sees two countries still far apart on key trade issues
By peterb on 2018-12-04 18:43 UTC
Most jobs don't support middle-class life after accounting for cost of living, exclusive study shows...
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62 percent of jobs don't pay enough to support middle-class lifestyle after figuring metro area's cost of living.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-11-10 16:39 UTC
Will the Global Market Crash of 2018 be the Beginning of the Greatest Financial Crisis the World Has Ever Seen? - IRIS...
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The global selloff has erased $5 trillion from stock and bond markets in October alone! October is a historically bad month for stocks. Many of the most dramatic crashes have begun during this month. The global market crash of 2018 seems to be in line with this trend and the crash is
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-11-03 15:55 UTC
Obama Says 'Remember Who Started' Economic Recovery: Larry Kudlow Reacts...
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National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow took issue with former President Barack Obama stating "remember who started" the country's economic recovery after the Great Recession.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-10-23 15:45 UTC
Middle Class Destroyed: 50% Of All American Workers Make Less Than $30,533 A Year...
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The middle class in America has been declining for decades, and we continue to get even more evidence of the catastrophic damage that has already been done. According to the Social Security Admini
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-10-23 06:18 UTC
Bank Of America Calls It: "The Peak In Home Sales Has Been Reached; Housing No Longer A Tailwind"...
Bank of America is ringing the proverbial bell on the US real estate market, saying existing home sales have peaked, reflecting declining affordability, greater price reductions and deteriorating housing sentiment. In the latest weekly report from chief e
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-09-23 20:01 UTC
Experts: Growing global and household debt leading to economic downturn worse than 10 years ago...
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Americans are riding the wave of an economic recovery, but some analysts are warning of a coming crash that could be the worst the nation...
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-09-23 19:57 UTC
Can you guess millennials' greatest source of debt?...
Millennials have tons of debt. But it's not necessarily from being irresponsible. A new study from LendingTree shows that the greatest amount of millennial debt stems from getting an education.
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-09-19 23:19 UTC
Retail Collapse: Here Are 2018's 57 Biggest Store Closings...
Closed storefronts are typical in American cities across shopping malls that once flourished in commercial zones of suburbia are now empty and abandoned. As the retail apocalypse deepens, more than 3,800 stores are expected to close across the country this year. Department stores like Kmart,
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-08-14 05:11 UTC
10 Numbers That Prove That America's Current Financial Condition Is A Horror Show...
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America’s long-term “balance sheet numbers” just continue to get progressively worse. Unfortunately, since the stock market has been soaring and the GDP numbers look okay, most Americans assume that the U.S. economy is doing just fine.
The truth is that GDP is not the best measure for the health of
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-08-14 05:07 UTC

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