There is a 35 percent chance that President Donald Trump escalates his trade war with China and others, Moody's Analytics says.
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"We're starting to get to the point where wage gains are accelerating faster than college tuition," said a study from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
The median black family owns only 2 percent of the $147,000 owned by the median white family. Black and Latino unemployment hit historic lows in 2018, but this is not enough to close the enormous gaps in wealth.
President was compared to Marie-Antoinette after telling man finding a job was easy.
"If you think about what the economy was like when President Obama took office, we were losing 750,000 jobs a month."
The impressive economy, which had so far boosted President Donald Trump, may not last.
Companies are making bold forecasts about all the wonderful goodies that will be in our stockings by 2020.
The U.S. Labor Department has indicated it will broaden the number of occupations that can drug test for unemployment.
"Better buckle up ... it could be a wild ride in 2018."
A new study suggests unattractive people are at an advantage when it comes to menial or boring work.
Africa's most advanced economy has fallen into recession for the first time in eight years, and pundits are blaming the president.
The idea that 20 guys could control 1 percent of America's wealth should alarm our leaders.
Polls predict Macron, a former economy minister, will win the May 7 run-off with about 59-60 percent. But the momentum has recently been with Le Pen, who has clawed back about five percentage points over the past week.
Benefit claims have remained below 300,000 for 104 straight weeks, the longest stretch since 1970.