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UK may need bigger safety net for jobless after lockdown: IMF’s...

Gita Gopinath told lawmakers in Britain's Parliament on July 1 that the first priority for governments was to scale back gradually their support programmes...

May unemployment rate comes in at 13.3%, better than the 19.5%...

Employment unexpectedly rose by 2.5 million in May and the jobless rate declined to 13.3% according to data Friday from the Labor Department.Economists surveyed...

Universal basic income seems to improve employment and well-being

Finland's universal basic income study has revealed that the programme doesn't seem to discourage people from working Michael Brooks / AlamyThe world's most robust...

The US economy has wiped out all the job gains since...

It took only five weeks for the U.S. economy to wipe out all the job gains it added over the last 11 years.Coronavirus-induced business...

Proposals: Free Rent And $2,000 Monthly Stimulus Checks

GettyGettyWho's ready for another stimulus check?Here's what you need to know.Stimulus Checks The first round of stimulus checks have been sent...

US weekly jobless claims double to 6.6 million

The torrent of Americans filing for unemployment insurance skyrocketed last week as more than 6.6 million new claims were filed, the Labor Department reported...

March 22 Update: US COVID-19 Tests per Day #TestAndTrace

by Calculated Risk on 3/22/2020 05:16:00 PM Tests per day is a key number to track (along with actual cases and, sadly, deaths). But...

Sports Will Not Heal Us. It Didn’t on 9/11 And It...

I remember talking my way through a police barricade at the 59th Street Bridge around noon on September 11. Armed with...

Sunday Night Futures: Limit Down, Recession Call

First, from Goldman Sachs today: "e now expect real GDP growth of 0% in Q1 (from +0.7%), -5% in Q2 (from 0%), +3% in...

FOMC Preview

Expectations are that the FOMC will reduce the Fed Funds rate 100bps to a target range of 0 to 1/4 percent at the meeting...