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QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy–or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy–or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy--or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

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Would extending jobless benefits help or hurt US economy?

Debate over White House-backed bill to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed.
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Giving The Jobless Extended Benefits: Is This Really Good For The Economy?

Jessie Jane Duff joins FBN’s Neil Cavuto to weigh in with her take the down side impact of continuing to extend unemployment benefits for those who have been…

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Jobless Claims Drop as Confidence in US Picks Up: Economy – Bloomberg


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Jobless Claims Drop as Confidence in US Picks Up: Economy
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June 19 (Bloomberg) — Fewer Americans filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, a sign of steady progress in the labor market. Jobless claims fell 6,000 to 312,000 in the week ended June 14, the Labor Department reported today in …
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Initial jobless claims fall; total benefit recipients at 7-year low
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Initial jobless claims fell last week and the total number of Americans receiving unemployment benefits hit a new seven-year low, the Labor Department said Thursday. The number of people filing for the first time for jobless benefits dropped to 312,000

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capitalist societies rely on consumers spending money to make the economy work. So Obama raises the income tax?

Question by 4 Gram Blunts: capitalist societies rely on consumers spending money to make the economy work. So Obama raises the income tax?
and now we all have less money to spend. wtf? I made a modest 600$ a week and now i make around 430$ . that 170$ was used to put gas in my car,groceriess, water bill and other misc. bills. How about this idea, government. Stop spending money you dont have fighting pointless wars and then putting the burden of your stupid decisions on the citizens. This country is going to sh*t.

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Answer by Carl
In case you don’t understand how things work; the largest consumer is the government. Without the government spending the economy would collapse.

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The Instant Economist: Everything You Need to Know About How the Economy Works

The Instant Economist: Everything You Need to Know About How the Economy Works

The Instant Economist: Everything You Need to Know About How the Economy Works

The Only Economics Book You Will Ever Need – A Library Journal 2012 Best Business Book of the Year

Economics isn’t just about numbers: It’s about politics, psychology, history, and so much more. We are all economists-when we work, save for the future, invest, pay taxes, and buy our groceries. Yet many of us feel lost when the subject arises. Award-winning professor Timothy Taylor tackles all the key questions and hot topics of both microeconomics and macroeconomics, including:

Why do budget deficits matter?

What exactly does the Federal Reserve do?

Does globalization take jobs away from American workers?

Why is health insurance so costly?

The Instant Economist offers the knowledge and sophistication to understand the issues- so you can understand and discuss economics on a personal, national, and global level.

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Germany In An Interconnected World Economy

Germany In An Interconnected World Economy

Germany In An Interconnected World Economy

Germany has been a central player in discussions on the future architecture of Europe, and has been called on to play a larger role in supporting global and, especially, European recovery from the financial crisis that triggered the Great Recession. This book focuses on the possible economic role of Germany and shows that the quantitative effects of a German fiscal stimulus would be small on the heavily indebted euro area periphery countries that most need the boost. The book finds that Germany itself faces a growth challenge and that efforts to raise its own growth potential are important for Germany, and that more rapid growth of domestic demand will more powerfully stimulate European economic growth through its expanded demand for imports.

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Jobless Benefits – Does Unemployment Insurance Help Economy? – Stuart Varney

Jobless Benefits - Does Unemployment Insurance Help Economy? - Stuart Varney

Jobless Benefits – Does Unemployment Insurance Help Economy? – Stuart Varney.

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Why do we limit immigration in a recession when consumer spending drives the economy?

Question by : Why do we limit immigration in a recession when consumer spending drives the economy?
and every immigrant is a consumer?

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Answer by Arthur
I typically ignore your idiotic remarks, but in this instance I will give a sincere remark. Not every consumer is a net positive on society. The average immigrant in this country is from latin america, might have a high school education and makes less than $ 30,000 a year. Those people are not a net gain for society because they cost society more than they gain from them.

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Blytic Economy

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