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Northeastern experts cite climate change, China and a potential recession as the big international stories for 2023
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Northeastern experts cite climate change, China and a potential recession as the big international stories for 2023

What do this year’s record-setting Black Friday and Cyber Monday tell us about how consumers are feeling in this economy?
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What do this year’s record-setting Black Friday and Cyber Monday tell us about how consumers are feeling in this economy?

What is financial trauma? And what to do about it
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What is financial trauma? And what to do about it

Here’s why new prime minister Liz Truss faces UK’s most difficult challenges since World War II
British lawmaker Liz Truss speaks after winning the Conservative Party leadership contest at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London.

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Here’s why new prime minister Liz Truss faces UK’s most difficult challenges since World War II

How long will inflation last? And will it trigger a recession?
People walk by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on May 12, 2022 in New York City.

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How long will inflation last? And will it trigger a recession?

What does the US have to do to avoid a recession?

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What does the US have to do to avoid a recession?

Unemployed in the pandemic? Here’s how to start your own business.

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Unemployed in the pandemic? Here’s how to start your own business.

US public is ‘firmly opposed’ to reopening the economy immediately

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US public is ‘firmly opposed’ to reopening the economy immediately

US jobless claims have soared. Is a recession necessary to fight COVID-19?

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US jobless claims have soared. Is a recession necessary to fight COVID-19?

Interest rate cut leaves U.S. Federal Reserve with little ammunition to fight potential recession

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Interest rate cut leaves U.S. Federal Reserve with little ammunition to fight potential recession

The federal deficit is expected to reach $1 trillion by 2020. Here’s what that means.
Lights illuminate the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 21, 2018. The budget deficit—the gap between what the government spends and what it takes in through taxes and other sources of revenue—is expected to reach $960 billion for this fiscal year, which ends on Sept. 30. The deficit will widen to $1 trillion by fiscal year 2020. AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

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The federal deficit is expected to reach $1 trillion by 2020. Here’s what that means.

A state of economic emergency

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A state of economic emergency