The dystopian Netflix hit taps South Korea’s worries about costly housing and scarce jobs, concerns familiar to its U.S. and international viewers.
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Used car prices, normally a tiny contributor to overall inflation, have become a key influence on the direction of measures like the Consumer Price Index.
As the International Monetary Fund gets set for its annual meeting, economists ask if it’s time to update its mandate as the world’s financial crisis responder.
The International Monetary Fund says the persistence of the coronavirus and global supply chain crisis weighs on economies.
A government report shows how the balance of power in the labor market has swung toward workers.
A survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows inflation expectations are the highest since 2013, adding pressure for Fed officials.
This week, the International Monetary Fund’s executive board spent hours questioning Ms. Georgieva about her actions.
President Biden had an ambitious agenda to remake the economy. But under the duress of negotiations and Senate rules, he has shelved a series of proposals, some of them indefinitely.
David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens were honored for delving into cause and effect in ways that shed light on labor markets.
The Biden administration said it would not immediately remove the Trump administration’s tariffs and would require that Beijing uphold its trade commitments.