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As inflation rages on, more Americans living paycheck to paycheck

(Daily Caller News Foundation) — As inflation continues to batter consumers, the number of Americans living paycheck to paycheck climbed to 60% in August,...

Inflation rose more than expected in August

(The Center Square) — Inflation rose more than expected in August, leaving Americans facing even higher prices on a range of everyday purchases, according...

Poll: 63% of Americans say they are falling behind the cost...

(The Center Square) — Newly released polling data shows that the majority of Americans report they are falling behind the cost of living. NBC News...

Clinton, Obama economist says U.S. ‘has a serious inflation problem’

(The Center Square) — Two top economists from Democratic presidential administrations are raising the alarm about inflation even as President Joe Biden touts his...

Analysis: Minnesota’s contradictory labor market

One of the most puzzling phenomena to arise from the ashes of the pandemic is a seemingly paradoxical labor market. In Minnesota, the unemployment...

Stocks plummet on worse-than-expected inflation news

(The Center Square) — U.S. stocks plummeted Tuesday after the federal government reported another sharp rise in food and other prices in August despite...

Number of Americans citing ‘hardship’ from inflation rises

(The Center Square) — The majority of Americans say inflation is causing them financial hardship, according to a new poll. While the Biden administration heralded...

Famous investor who predicted ’08 market crash warns of ‘tragedy’

(Daily Caller News Foundation) — One of Wall Street’s most famous investors has predicted that the U.S. stock market remains in a “superbubble,” and...

Food prices rise fastest rate since 1970s

(The Center Square) — Despite slowing inflation in July, food prices have continued to rise at historic levels, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday. “The...

Caryn Sullivan: Stretched service industry isn’t celebrating low unemployment report

When the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development released the latest unemployment numbers, the Walz administration touted 1.8 percent unemployment as something to...