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"Credit card debt, loans, and inflation don't feel good, but economists say Americans' finances are actually holding up well."
"Credit card debt, loans, and inflation don't feel good, but economists say Americans' finances are actually holding up well."
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"300,000 more workers in this age group in UK are now economically inactive, pointing to a major challenge for the government."
"300,000 more workers in this age group in UK are now economically inactive, pointing to a major challenge for the government."
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"Workers in the UK have been quitting more than ever. But where are they going?"
"Workers in the UK have been quitting more than ever. But where are they going?"
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>"Resignations are rising because people are seeing more job listings, not because they’re feeling more Marxist."
>"Resignations are rising because people are seeing more job listings, not because they’re feeling more Marxist."
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Great Resignation: "Care is abundant, but...it is being strained by markets. The problem is that capitalism has no interest in keeping things it cannot own. Every solution to the care crisis requires us to move to common ground."
Great Resignation: "Care is abundant, but...it is being strained by markets. The problem is that capitalism has no interest in keeping things it cannot own. Every solution to the care crisis requires us to move to common ground."
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"In many of the world’s capitals, industrial policy is back in fashion. That doesn’t mean it’s a good idea."
"In many of the world’s capitals, industrial policy is back in fashion. That doesn’t mean it’s a good idea."
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>"The rising cost of groceries and gas is fueling the fastest increase in consumer prices in 40 years and widening the inflation gap between the rich and poor."
>"The rising cost of groceries and gas is fueling the fastest increase in consumer prices in 40 years and widening the inflation gap between the rich and poor."
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"Biden said in Friday remarks that big corporations were "reducing options for consumers and exploiting workers to keep wages unfairly low.""
"Biden said in Friday remarks that big corporations were "reducing options for consumers and exploiting workers to keep wages unfairly low.""
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"Timor-Leste has faced down political strife, poverty, a pandemic and a natural disaster to emerge more stable than 2020."
"Timor-Leste has faced down political strife, poverty, a pandemic and a natural disaster to emerge more stable than 2020."
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"Central Asia recently has shown itself increasingly capable of holding its own with China, Russia and the United States."
"Central Asia recently has shown itself increasingly capable of holding its own with China, Russia and the United States."
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>"Italy’s past history of sclerotic economic growth offers little hope that the country will be able to grow its way out from under its public debt mountain."
>"Italy’s past history of sclerotic economic growth offers little hope that the country will be able to grow its way out from under its public debt mountain."
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"What if I told you the Big Quit wasn’t really about “quitting”?"
"What if I told you the Big Quit wasn’t really about “quitting”?"
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"At the height of American labor, seizing control of the means of production was a strategy — not just a slogan"
"At the height of American labor, seizing control of the means of production was a strategy — not just a slogan"
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Investors seemed to be more optimistic in 1929 than they are now. Could this mean that another great crash of the markets is unlikely today?
Investors seemed to be more optimistic in 1929 than they are now. Could this mean that another great crash of the markets is unlikely today?