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The following article, Embattled Loudoun County votes to consider slavery reparations, was first published on BizPac Review. The Loudoun County, Va., Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to launch a study to determine whether doling out reparations for slavery is something taxpayers should do. Juli […] Continue reading Embattled Loudoun County votes to consider slavery reparations
Workers should be free to choose whether to join a union or not, without Uncle Sam strong-arming them.
Joe Biden is set on his vaccine mandate. Perhaps he should use this as his logo for the initiative.
Fed Doubles Reverse Repo Counterparty Limit To $160 Billion As we previewed back in August when we said that the Fed may soon have to raise reverse repo limits, with usage on the Fed’s facility rising every day, moments after we learned that the Reverse repo hit a new all time high of $1.283 trillion,
FOMC Signals Rate-Hike In 2022, Sees Taper Ending Mid-2022 Update (1440ET): During his prepared remarks, Fed Chair Powell noted that ‘tapering ending around mid-2022 may be appropriate’. That fits expectations of a taper start in December with a $15 bn ($5bn MBS, $10bn TSY) taper per month… * * * Heading into today’s pivotal FOMC
Sales of existing homes fell 2.0 percent in August, to a 5.88 million seasonally adjusted annual rate. Sales are down 1.5 percent from a year ago. Sales in the market for existing single-family homes, which account for about 88 percent of total existing-home sales, fell 1.9 percent in August, coming in at a 5.19 million
One of the most important aspects of economics that people should understand better is money. Recall your first paycheck, not an allowance for chores around the home, but for real work where you risked losing that employment. For our purposes – and perhaps for cultural anthropologists, since they gather data about such things – I