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  • The merry Christmas economy

    The merry Christmas economy
    President Obama in Hawaii and Americans elsewhere found an unexpected present under their Christmas trees last week in a surprisingly growing economy, lifting some of the gloom otherwise hovering over the national outlook. The gross domestic product...
  • U.S. GDP revised up to 5 percent in Q3

    NEW YORK — The final estimate of the U.S. gross domestic product for the third quarter was revised up to a 5 percent annual pace, its quickest in 11 years, from the 3.9 percent reported last month on a stronger consumer and business spending, the...
  • Dow breaks through 18,000 after GDP report

    Dow breaks through 18,000 after GDP report
    U.S. stocks advanced on Tuesday, with both the Dow and S&P 500 building on a four-day rally to set new intraday records after an unexpectedly strong report on economic growth. The gains pushed the Dow over 18,000 for the first time in its history,...
  • Dow, S&P power to new records

     Dow, S&P power to new records
    You can believe in Santa. He has arrived right on cue this year, even slightly earlier than usual, to deliver a Santa Claus rally that's lifted stocks to record highs and provided wealth to investors whether naughty or nice. His sleigh was...
  • A Merry Christmas economy

    WASHINGTON -- President Obama in Hawaii and Americans elsewhere found an unexpected present under their Christmas trees this week in a surprisingly growing economy, lifting some of the gloom otherwise hovering over the national outlook. The gross...
  • GDP must consider environmental costs

    GDP must consider environmental costs
    The Sun's recent editorial about the GOP's intention to gut the EPA's authority to regulate carbon dioxide emissions touches on an important economic issue ("Holding one's breath, GOP-style," Dec. 9). Our current economic models treat the environment...
  • In Ukraine, citizens feeling war's toll on economy

    In Ukraine, citizens feeling war's toll on economy
    Galina Artemyuk doesn't bother with gloves even though the mercury never rises above freezing this time of year and her wind-chapped hands are as red as boiled lobsters. She needs her fingers free to swiftly sort and wrap her daily consignment of 400...
  • Japan falls into recession as economic fixes fail to do the job

    Japan has fallen back into a recession, a continuation of more than two decades of struggles and a warning about the overwhelming challenge of getting an economy healthy again after massive debt and a real estate bubble poison it. Like the U.S. and...
  • Immigrants illegally in California constitute nearly 10% of workforce

    Immigrants illegally in California constitute nearly 10% of workforce
    Immigrants who are in California illegally make up nearly 10% of the state's workforce and contribute $130 billion annually to its gross domestic product, according to a report by researchers at USC released Wednesday. The study, which was conducted...
  • Kerrey and Danforth: Don't wait another 20 years to fix Social Security

    A lot can happen in 20 years. And yet sometimes you look back and find that for all the apparent change, you are not very far from where you started. We have had that feeling lately as we look back on the work we did as co-chairs of the 1994...
  • Tax policies continue to constrain US economy

    Tax policies continue to constrain US economy
    Some myths die hard, thanks to a feckless and ineffective American media, such as Cal Thomas' assertion (quoting Reagan) that the people aren't under-taxed but we have deficits because the government spends too much. A clear-eyed view of the facts/...