"Basically the answer is that, yes, if you're a small-cap fund investor, most likely you do have exposure to companies that are publicly traded that manufacture guns," Jon Hale told Newsweek.
The president, who campaigned on his ability to improve the economy and has sought to take credit for the economic successes, is positioning himself to avoid blame for any possible downturn.
Bloomberg reported that while America's trade deficit with the E.U.was just 18.7 billion euros a decade ago, it was 75 billion euros, or $83 billion, in the first half of 2019.
"Consumers strongly reacted to the proposed September increase in tariffs on Chinese imports, spontaneously cited by 33 percent of all consumers in early August, barely below the recent peak of 37 percent," Richard Curtin wrote.
Consumer spending accounts for more than two-thirds of the U.S. economy, and the retail figures indicated that consumers were not yet tightening purse strings despite dire economic predictions spurred by the inverted yield curve.
"I sometimes stay up at night worrying about what the future does hold. You know, what do you tell your children that want to farm? Do you tell them 'go find something else to do?'"
"The risk that exists right now in the economy––in the global economy and the U.S. economy––lies squarely, squarely on Donald Trump's reckless, drunk driving approach to economic management."
CEOs at America's 350 top public firms earned 278 times more than their typical employee in 2018, the report said.
"The key thing to remember is there is a knock-on effect as spending power leads to greater demand and new development, which creates a virtuous cycle. In this way, closing the wealth gap for Black Americans, positively impacts the wider U.S. economy too," Temerlies told Newsweek.
"They've got to start being a partner. They're not a partner. So I think anything we raise in tariffs, we ought to give back to the rank and public in tax reductions so it doesn't impact American families. We've got to help American farmers open up more markets around the world," Scott said.
"While we have had seven flat to inverted yield curves, all seven have led to rate cutting cycles. But only four led to recessions," he said, referring to 10-year and 2-year U.S. Treasury bonds," Sam Stovall told Newsweek.
Last week, Trump threatened to slap tariffs on $300 billion more Chinese imports. China responded by halting all imports of U.S. agricultural goods.
"Gold in particular is often seen as a safe haven investment...but has not held up over the long haul relative to either the stock market or inflation," Greg McBride told Newsweek.
"The Trump administration has expanded short-term insurance plans, which are not required to cover mental health care and typically exclude people with serious mental illness."
"If the U.S. were to implement 25% tariffs on all imports from China for 4-6 months and China were to respond with countermeasures, we believe we would see the global economy entering recession in three quarters."
"What's really different about this next round of President Trump's tariffs is that they mostly hit goods bought by American consumers," Chad Bown, a trade policy expert at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, told Newsweek.
"GitHub had an obligation, under California law, to keep off (or to remove from) its site Social Security numbers and other Personal Information," the suit says.
"Capital One's lax data security has cost more than 100 million customers their privacy, and we believe legal action is the only motivation to force real accountability to those affected."
"For decades the Democratic party was complicit in a bipartisan attack on the immigrant community," an activist said in a press release.
"Through the course of the year, weak global growth, trade policy uncertainty and muted inflation have prompted the [Federal Open Market Committee] to adjust its assessment of the appropriate path of interest rates," Fed Chair Jerome Powell said.
"No bank account numbers or Social Security numbers were compromised, other than: about 140,000 Social Security numbers of our credit card customers" and "about 80,000 linked bank account numbers of our secured credit card customers," the company wrote.
"We do not have any direct evidence of who is using Monokle or against what targets, but the effectiveness of a surveillance tool like Monokle indicates that it could be used against any target, including government officials," Kumar told Newsweek.
"This is not a long term solution."
Thirty-five percent of U.S. adults believe the gender pay gap in sports is more of an issue after the women's team won their fourth World Cup title earlier this month.
Worker protests appear to be increasing in frequency, with nationally covered mobilizations potentially encouraging more employees to organize.
"They're going to have to come out with concrete workable code that can be audited. They're going to have to make decisions that will be controversial," Chorzempa told Newsweek.
"We won't sit back and allow the decades long bipartisan attack on immigrants to continue," Cata Santiago, a spokesperson for Cosecha Movement, said in a press release.
"Facebook has demonstrated through scandal after scandal that it doesn't deserve our trust... We'd be crazy to give them a chance to experiment with people's bank accounts," Sherrod Brown said.
The billionaire accused of sex trafficking gave millions to Harvard. The university "has no plans" to give it back.
Women continue to make less than men even when they have the same job titles and qualification.