Several other online petitions calling for more direct payments have garnered tens or hundreds of thousands of signatures as well.
A new poll found Biden's job approval rating lagging on a number of major issues, including gun violence, crime and the economic recovery.
"Congress can alleviate some of the strain caused by inflation by passing the Build Back Better Act," the economists said.
Prices for U.S. consumers jumped 6.8 percent in November compared with 12 months ago.
COVID-related shutdowns and supply shortages amid increased customer demand have been attributed to the increasing inflation in almost all areas of the economy.
Weekly jobless claims were at their lowest level since 1969 this week, while wages are expected to rise in 2022.
Among likely voters, seven times more of them call the economy and inflation, rather than the pandemic, their top issue; for Blacks, the discrepancy is larger.
Independent voters were crucial to President Joe Biden's election win in 2020 as they favored him over former president Donald Trump by 13 points.
The poll found 85 percent of Americans are paying more in food and gas in recent months yet only a quarter were making more money since the pandemic.
As prices rise, the number of Americans who say that paying for groceries is easy has declined by 13 percentage points over the past two years.
The new space for storing containers will be around 150 acres, Griffin Lynch said, with over a third of the land expected to be ready by January.
OPEC and its allies took part in a meeting Thursday where they decided to approve a production increase of 400,000 barrels per day for the month of January.
Extreme weather and supply chain problems have caused the trees to rise in price this holiday season.
A price breakdown for 1938 reveals that a new house cost $3,900, while rent was $27 a month.
Businesses heard a plethora of reasons for the staff shortage, including no childcare, retirements, and concerns regarding COVID, according to the Fed report.
Jerome Powell told a House committee Wednesday it's not possible to be sure when inflation will improve, but the pandemic fading would make it more likely.
The president said the CEOs of major retailers recently told him "their inventories are up" and their "shelves are well-stocked" heading into the holidays.
"The recent rise in COVID-19 cases and the emergence of the Omicron variant pose downside risks to employment and economic activity," Jerome Powell said.
"Housing prices continued to show remarkable strength in September, though the pace of price increases declined slightly," said Craig Lazzara of S&P Dow Jones.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said his goal is to pass the $1.75 trillion social and climate spending package by Christmas.
"There's nothing we're unable to overcome," the president said on Thursday, as coronavirus cases rise and the economy experiences a 31-year high for inflation.
The American Farm Bureau Federation projected that the average cost of Thanksgiving dinner may have surged as much as 14 percent.
Biden is facing a series of poor polls combined with high prices for essentials including food and fuel.
Amid concerns about the availability of festive ingredients, the president tweeted that stores are "well stocked."
A 1.3 percent rise in consumer spending in October in the face of rising inflation gave experts a positive sign in new economic data released Wednesday.
Minutes released Wednesday of the Federal Reserve's November 2-3 meeting revealed officials discussing inflation, and what the central bank could do to help.
The bargain chain store said "freight and supply chain disruptions" meant it would permanently increase prices on most items by the end of Q1 2022.
"The oil companies have taken advantage of [the] moment," the secretary said.
The president has stated that he is taking action to combat rising costs as well as supply chain issues.