The answer is easy: tax increases on the wealthiest households. This and other financial questions answered.
The Economic Cycle Research Institute's Weekly Leading Index weakened slightly, falling to 121.8 from last week resulting in the all important annualized “growth” component showing a value of -7.9 and continuing to suggest a recession call on the part of the ECRI’s economics staff.
The financial moves that governments are making aren't enough to solve debt problems, at home or abroad
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Austrians commonly refer to only the first part of the common definition – the increase in the quantity of money – without the specifying statement that inflation is only that part which is not offset by an increased demand for money.
The Republican debates and the budget supercommittee are grabbing headlines, but how are things like employment, consumer confidence, and housing holding up?
In October, both single family permits and starts increased from September , though both measures were tepid when compared on a year-over-year basis.
With an economy seven times bigger than Greece, Italy could cost the eurozone €1.2 trillion if it requires a bailout like Greece's. That's more than Europe's emergency coffers have, even with leverage.
Social justice is not universal justice, because it requires that rights be given to one person ant the expense of another