The jobs market is cooperating with President Trump, adding more than a million jobs since his election.
Concerns over U.S. trade gaps or imbalances or deficits should focus on barriers to free trade and how to eliminate them, as well as laws within the country that stop businesses from being competitive.
After doing “some research,” Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh changed her mind and her position on a bill that would raise the city's minimum wage to $15 an hour, saying instead that “I am vetoing this bill.”
Despite OPEC’s attempt to manipulate world crude-oil prices to its benefit, the oil and gas rig count in the United States jumped by 15 last week and now sits at 824, an increase of 374 in just the last year, putting one more nail in OPEC's coffin.
Trump poltiical strategist Stephen Bannon has dismissed Austrian economics as not "real world." On the contrary, adherence to its tenets would improve the economic "real world" of millions of Americans.
The Raiders are leaving Oakland because that city refused to give the billionaire owner of the NFL team a subsidy for a new stadium.
Under the law those reaching age 70 and a half must start taking their “required minimum distributions” (RMDs) from their various tax-deferred accounts. These include IRAs, 401Ks, profit-sharing plans, and SEPs. The trouble is that there are so many of them, and they control so many assets, that their RMDs are going to put enormous pressure on the stock market.
With the Internal Revenue Service's abdication, ObamaCare's doom is sealed. The free market, on the other hand, is gearing up to provide alternatives.