Investors Chronicle Next week’s economics: 23-27 JulyInvestors ChronicleNext week’s economics: 23-27 July. Chris Dillow. Chris Dillow. Next week’s economics: 23-27 July. The US economy is booming, in marked contrast to the eurozone, next week’s numbers could show. Read more… Read more
CorrectionRoanoke TimesOnly Hunting Hills residents and country club members will be able to purchase shares in Hunting Hills Community Real Estate LLC. A story in Sunday’s Virginia section incorrectly described the availability of shares for purchase. Facebook · Twitter … Read more… Read more
Rousu Publishes Debut Book, Broadway and EconomicsNewsroom (press release)Economics has often been described as “the dismal science,” but as Matthew Rousu, dean of Susquehanna University’s Sigmund Weis School of Business, proves in his debut book, Broadway and Economics, Broadway musicals are an excellent and fun tool … Read more… Read more
Haaretz Election-anytime EconomicsHaaretzFlug believes that this behavior has economic costs. This is seen in the Buyer’s Price program, which grants NIS 1 billion in benefits to a small group of apartment buyers and causes a distortion between the subsidized market and the free market. This … and more » Read... Read more
5 Things to Watch in the June Jobs ReportWall Street Journal (blog)The Labor Department releases its broadest measure of the job market on Friday. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal expect the June report to show employers added 195,000 jobs and the unemployment rate stayed at 3.8%, holding... Read more
The Guardian May I have a word about… economics?The GuardianSupply and demand, the multiplier effect, macro and micro economics, bull and bear markets. Basically understood. Fast forward from long ago last century to the present day… bond yields, derivatives, interim permissions, net FDI balances. Nope, not a … Read... Read more
Business Insider 100000 Americans could have their jobs destroyed by Trump’s trade warBusiness InsiderThe report, published by the research house Oxford Economics, says in a worst-case scenario Trump’s tariffs would knock 0.1 percentage points off US gross domestic product in 2019 and cost a significant number of jobs. This... Read more
Irish Times Home economics college struggling to keep up with demandIrish TimesIreland’s only home economics college is struggling to cope with rising numbers of students choosing to train as teachers in the subject. A national shortage of teachers in the discipline and an increasingly health-conscious population is making the... Read more
Center For American Progress The Data Do Not Support Supply-Side EconomicsCenter For American ProgressSupporters of the tax cuts, including President Donald Trump, promoted the bill using the underlying logic of basic supply-side economics. Corporations would get more cash from lower tax rates and, more importantly, from incentives to bring... Read more
Culture, economics and Hot Springstalkbusiness.netTourism plays an important role in Arkansas’ economy. Total travel expenditures exceeded $8.2 billion last year, according to a preliminary state Department of Parks and Tourism report that estimates nearly 30 million visitor trips created 66,320 jobs. Read more… Read more