October 1, 2022

Market analyst reacts to UK’s failing economy amidst the death of the Queen

New Orleans’ Democrat Mayor Claims Economy Flights Not Safe for Black Women

The Democrat mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, said this week economy flights are not safe for black women. In addition, LaToya Cantrell has said she would not repay money spent on a first-class trip from Washington Dulles Airport to Switzerland over the summer, Meaww reported Sunday. “My travel accommodations are a matter of safety, not…

New York Times op-ed blasts petition to eliminate standardized tests in order to combat racism

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The New York Times published an opinion article Saturday that argued against the elimination of standardized tests in order to uphold racial equity principles.  The piece, written by John McWhorter, said that differences in racial outcomes do not prove that the test itself is inherently racist, and […]

Biden Responds to Trump’s Declassification Order Claims

President Joe Biden issued a response to assertions made by former President Donald Trump and his team that he declassified materials that were taken to Mar-a-Lago, which were the apparent subject of an FBI raid earlier this month. Trump’s team and former aide Kash Patel have said that while president, Trump had a standing order […]

Artemis Space Mission to Moon ‘A Stepping-Stone’ to Mars and Beyond

The last time humans went to the moon, it was a destination. But when NASA’s Artemis 1 mission launches Monday, the moon will be more of a way station. “It’s really to learn how we can go further,” said Isabelle Tremblay of the Canadian Space Agency, which is playing a big role in the Artemis […]

Head of Bell Says Lisa LaFlamme’s Departure Not Related to Age, Gender, or Grey Hair

Lisa LaFlamme with her award for best National News Anchor at the Canadian Screen Awards in Toronto on March 9, 2014. (Fred Thornhill/The Canadian Press) TORONTO—The head of Bell Media’s parent company says the decision to end Lisa LaFlamme’s contract had nothing to do with her age, gender or grey hair. Mirko Bibic, president and […]

Texas Bans BlackRock, The King Of ESG, For Pushing ‘Anti-Oil’ Agenda

Texas placed restrictions on 10 finance firms, declaring that the firms’ opposition to fossil fuels could “undermine” the state economy, according to Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar.Hegar, a Republican, listed several firms that will be banned from entering into most contracts with state and local entities after his office determined that the companies…

Warren: ‘Very Worried’ Fed Will ‘Tip this Economy into a Recession’

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” that she is “very worried” that the Federal Reserve will “tip this economy into a recession.” During a keynote speech Friday in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Powell said, “While higher interest rates, slower growth and softer labor market conditions will bring down inflation, they…

Kansas City Fed President Warns ‘Abrupt’ Rate Changes Could Strain Economy

WASHINGTON—Abrupt changes to the federal funds rate could stress the economy and financial markets, with steady and well-communicated increases preferable given the uncertainty about how hard and fast rate hikes will hit business and household spending, Kansas City Fed president Esther George said on Monday. With inflation running at a 40-year high, “the case for…

Joe Biden Traveling to Ohio to Promote Economy While Preparing to Lift Tariffs on China

President Joe Biden is traveling to Ohio on Wednesday, even as his administration is preparing to lift some of the economic tariffs on China. The president is expected to journey to Cleveland to talk about the growth of the economy and speak at the Iron Workers Local 17 Training Center. Recent reports say the president…

Brooks: The Economy Will Be the ‘Dominant Issue’ in Midterms, Not Abortion

On Friday’s broadcast of “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that the 2src22 midterm elections are ultimately going to be about the state of the economy and not abortion. Brooks stated that the lasting electoral impact of the court’s ruling and the subsequent debate on abortion will be “Limited. I mean, it’ll mobilize some…

Poll: Voters More Concerned About Economy than Abortion

More voters are worried about the state of the economy rather than the potential for the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, a new Suffolk University/USA Today poll found. The poll results come after an unknown source leaked a Supreme Court draft opinion related to Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case centered around Mississippi’s 15-week…

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Poll: Americans Think Biden’s Economy Will Only Get Worse

June 10, 2022 10:49 AM ET A majority of Americans believe the key indicators of President Joe Biden’s economy, gas prices and inflation, will only get worse, according to a new YouGov poll.More than 50% of those surveyed said that both gas prices and inflation will increase in the next six months, compared to less…

CNN’s Harry Enten: Polling Numbers on Biden’s Economy are ‘Awful’

Appearing Thursday on CNN, network analyst Harry Enten said polling numbers regarding the U.S. economy under President Joe Biden are “awful.” A transcript is as follows: ANA CABRERA: New CNN polling finds feelings about the economy are the worst they have been in a decade. Harry, according to this latest poll, most Americans are not…

US Economy: Slowing Growth and Inflation

Commentary Two important economic indicators recently released tell the same three-part story: the post-pandemic recovery continues to proceed nicely; the pace of growth is slowing, but that is to be expected; inflation shows no sign of abating. The first of these indicators is the Labor Department’s employment report. It shows that unemployment has continued to…

U.S. Economy Added 431,000 Jobs in March, Unemployment Fell to 3.6%

file/Getty Images The U.S. economy added 431,00 jobs in March and the unemployment rate fell to 3.6 percent, the Department of Labor said Friday. Economists had expected the economy to add 490,000 jobs and the unemployment rate to tick down to 3.7 percent from 3.8 percent. The range of forecasts by economists surveyed by Econoday was between a gain…

U.S. Economy Slowed in February, Chicago Fed Says

U.S. economic activity expanded at a slower rate in February and January’s expansion was slower than reported earlier, data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago showed Monday. The Chicago Fed National Activity Index fell to 0.51 in February and January’s reading was revised down to 0.59 from the prior reading of 0.69. The Chicago…

Canada Calls for Suspension of Russia From Interpol

Canada is calling for Russia to be suspended from the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on March 3. Trudeau said Canada is working with other allies in support of the move amid Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. “Today, Canada and other close partners are calling to suspend Russia from Interpol,” he…

Ukrainian Forces Are Attacking ‘Stalled’ Convoy: General

Ukrainian forces are attacking the 40-mile-long military convoy that is heading towards Kyiv, according to a general. “We are striking the enemy’s columns,” Brig. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov told Military Times. “We burn many columns of the enemy.” He did not elaborate on how many vehicles were destroyed or how many Russian troops may have been…

J.P. Morgan Says Russian Economy Will Shrink 35% in Second Quarter

J.P. Morgan said on Thursday it expected Russia’s economy to experience a severe contraction thanks to sanctions and economic fallout from the attack on Ukraine. The economy is likely to shrink at a 35 percent in the second quarter and contract seven percent in 2022. “Sanctions and decisions of foreign businesses to pause or halt…

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Poll: Economy the Top Issue in Determining How Americans Will Vote in Midterms

A majority of Americans say the economy is the top issue in determining how they will vote in the midterm elections, a Redfield & Wilton Strategies survey released this week found. The survey asked respondents to identify which issues are “most likely to determine” how they will vote in the November 8, 2022, midterm elections,…

China Cuts Key Rates to Boost Slowing Economy

China lowered mortgage lending benchmark rates on Jan. 20, after data earlier in the week pointed to a darkening outlook for the country’s troubled property sector. The cut to the one-year and five-year loan prime rates (LPR) followed surprise cuts by China’s central bank on Monday to its short- and medium-term lending rates for the…

Brooks: Biden’s Not to Blame for Inflation Rates, ‘We’re in an Overheating Economy’

On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that we have “an overheating economy” but President Joe Biden isn’t to blame for inflation. Brooks said, “I don’t think he’s to blame for the inflation rates. I think that’s mostly the supply chain issues and other things, and the fact that we have a booming…

Hannity rips US jobs report: Biden was supposed to shut down virus, not economy

In his Opening Monologue on Friday, Sean Hannity said Friday that President Biden is “shutting down” the wrong aspect of Americans’ lives as of late. Despite touting the latest U.S. jobs report as a record success, Biden was criticized by analysts at other networks including CNBC for weaker-than-expected statistics.  The host contrasted the sluggish Biden […]

COP26 Reset: Prince Charles Calls for ‘Vast Military-Style Campaign’ to ‘Radically Transform’ Global Economy

Heir to the British throne Prince Charles called for a “vast military-style campaign” to combat climate change as he opened the COP26 summit in Glasgow on Monday. Prince Charles, Duke of Edinburgh, called on the governments of the world to take a “war-like footing” to solve the supposed climate crisis. “The COVID-19 pandemic has shown…

68% Say Economy Is Getting Worse as Confidence Collapse Continues

Confidence in the U.S. economy continues to weaken despite the Biden administration’s insistence that the economy is doing great. The share of Americans saying the economy is getting worse climbed from 63 percent in September to 68 percent in October, Gallup reported Wednesday. This was not a case of partisan politics. Democrats and Republican views…

Nolte: Nearly Two-Thirds Rate Joe Biden Negatively on Economy

In a stunning development, a majority of 51 percent now rate His Fraudulency Joe Biden’s handling of the economy as “poor.” Another 13 percent rate it as “fair.” So that means nearly two-thirds, a full 64 percent, hold a negative opinion of Biden’s economic stewardship. Meanwhile, only 32 percent rate Biden as excellent (14 percent)…

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