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Long-term unemployment has been increasing at a faster pace than the total unemployment rate since the depths of the global financial crisis in 2008. ''The steady increase of long-term unemployment has not been receiving substantial attention,'' the
Household wealth in the United States rose in the first quarter, helped by improvements in the labour market and income on the stock and real estate markets that give balance elevator. Net worth for households and non-profit
A growing number of researchers are turning to big data in hopes of unlocking the secrets of the economy at the speed of the Internet. Photo / AFP If you really want to know how the economy is doing now, just Google it. At least that's the goal of a
In fact, fewer Americans have money invested in the stock market now than a decade ago, according to Gallup. -- a business way of saying eliminating tens of thousands of people's jobs. The U.S. has almost recovered the jobs lost in the Great
In Part 1 , a plan was proposed that will put many of the long-term unemployed back to work...The focal point of it is for the Federal Reserve Bank to make available to member banks very inexpensive money on the condition that this money be used for
inched further into record territory today, breaching 16,740 points...Confusing manufacturing data The broad movements higher were dampened by the Institute for Supply Management's manufacturing report, released this morning. The ISM index measures
PhilippinesThe weaker-than-expected Philippine gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 5.7 percent in the first quarter was not bad but nonetheless a wake-up call given growth constraints and other risks that loomed in the horizon, economists said.
Early in the week, stocks are likely to be influenced by news out of the nation's largest car and truck manufacturers, as they begin rolling out sales figures for the month of May. The big question is whether they'll be able to continue their
May inflation data, which would provide clues as to when the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) would start raising local interest rates. The local currency closed at P43.76 per dollar on Friday, a 14-centavo gain from its finish the previous day.
After seven years of financial crisis and rampant inflation, Argentina has reached an agreement with its international creditors. Finance Minister Axel Kicillof met on Wednesday with the Paris Club, an informal group of economic officials from 19