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June 11, 2022

By Vivekanand Jayakumar, The Hill Once again, U.S. consumers are sharply reorienting their spending patterns — the two-year-long pandemic-induced spending

June 4, 2022

U.S. President Joe Biden arrives for the meeting of European Union (EU) leaders in Brussels, Belgium, March 24, 2022. (Shutterstock)

May 27, 2022

By Tyler Pager, Danielle Douglas-Gabriel and Jeff Stein, Washington Post White House officials are currently planning to cancel $10,000 in

May 18, 2022

By Jeff Cox, CNBC Consumers kept spending in April, with retail sales rising about in line with Wall Street expectations

May 11, 2022

By Jeff Cox, CNBC Consumers grew a little more optimistic about inflation in April, though they still expect to be

May 4, 2022

By Aarthi Swaminathan, Yahoo Finance President Joe Biden recently said that he’s considering some level of broad-based student loan forgiveness

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