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What McDonald’s can tell us about the labor shortage

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The US releases its monthly unemployment rate and non-farm payroll data on Friday. The charts below show the rapid recovery in jobs since the reopening as over 14.7m jobs have been created. Yet, the country

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The Biggest Driver of Uncertainty

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Let’s get to what’s driving the markets, causing stocks to sink, crypto to crater and interest rates to rise: uncertainty over inflation. But it’s not just that, it’s about the reaction to inflation. When will the

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The Future White Hot Coals Economy

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Why Elon Musk is Like a Greek God Let’s state this right at the start: the goal of the Biden administration, Congress and the Fed is to make the economy white hot. Not trend growth, not strong

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The Big Economic Shift: Mayor Michael Bloomberg

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Candidate Mayor Michael Bloomberg By Andrew Busch and Leah Hamilton In this research paper, we'll answer the question: "what are Bloomberg's views or policies?" Who is Michael Bloomberg? Michael Bloomberg is the former Mayor of New York City,

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2020 Democratic Candidates Economic Policies: Housing

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By Andrew Busch and Leah Hamilton The US housing market is large and complex.  The American mortgage market is massive at over $15 trillion.  The complexity is represented by the NAR Housing Affordability index being at