Economy

U.S. added 517,000 jobs last month
Now hiring sign.
crushing it

U.S. added 517,000 jobs last month

Federal Reserve announces small interest rate hike as inflation appears to slow
Entrance to the Federal Reserve headquarters.
Another Quarter Bump

Federal Reserve announces small interest rate hike as inflation appears to slow

U.S. economy cools slightly in 4th quarter
Shopper staring at shelves in grocery store.
the fed is watching

U.S. economy cools slightly in 4th quarter

Massive outage leaves millions in Pakistan without power
Blackouts in Pakistan.
charging back up

Massive outage leaves millions in Pakistan without power

Davos' conspiracy problem
The World Economic Forum logo
Briefing

Davos' conspiracy problem

Defund the IRS?
A pickpocket.
Picture of Harold MaassHarold Maass

Defund the IRS?

Inflation continued to slow in December
Shoppers in a grocery store.
keep it down

Inflation continued to slow in December

Will there be a recession in 2023? The World Bank thinks so
The first day of Wall Street trading in 2023.
A Bad Outlook

Will there be a recession in 2023? The World Bank thinks so

Where the global economy is headed in 2023
Earth.
Briefing

Where the global economy is headed in 2023

Is 2023 the year of the worker?
Careers newspaper strips
work hard, play hard

Is 2023 the year of the worker?

2023 political priorities include inflation, health care, and climate rights
Inflation
Speed Reads

2023 political priorities include inflation, health care, and climate rights

What the latest Fed rate hike means for the economy
Federal Reserve
baby steps

What the latest Fed rate hike means for the economy

Employment: Men staying on the sidelines
A hiring sign.
Feature

Employment: Men staying on the sidelines

What is 'Shrinkflation'?
Tiny OJ.
Briefing

What is 'Shrinkflation'?

Returns will be harder this season
A store.
Feature

Returns will be harder this season

Hurricane Ian caused costliest losses since Katrina
florida beach after hurricane ian
Speed Reads

Hurricane Ian caused costliest losses since Katrina

How low will gas prices go this winter? 3 analyst predictions.
person using gas pump photo
How low can they go?

How low will gas prices go this winter? 3 analyst predictions.

The U.S. added 263,000 jobs last month, beating expectations
People walking past Dunkin Donuts.
9 to 5

The U.S. added 263,000 jobs last month, beating expectations

U.S. gas prices fall to pre–Ukraine invasion levels
Gas station
Gas Holiday

U.S. gas prices fall to pre–Ukraine invasion levels

Why do people hate billionaires?
A dartboard.
Briefing

Why do people hate billionaires?

Labor: Job growth complicates inflation fight
Workers in the office
Feature

Labor: Job growth complicates inflation fight

First-time homebuyers priced out
New home for sale
Feature

First-time homebuyers priced out

Gloom rises for middle class
Houses.
Feature

Gloom rises for middle class

Job growth stayed strong in October
Hiring.
we're hiring

Job growth stayed strong in October

How to stretch your Christmas gift money this year
Holiday shopping
shop til you drop

How to stretch your Christmas gift money this year

Why the strong job market may be a bad thing for the economy
Federal Reserve crest
working hard or hardly working?

Why the strong job market may be a bad thing for the economy

Fed hikes interest rates by 0.75 points
Jerome Powell.
up and up

Fed hikes interest rates by 0.75 points

What is the yield curve?
A hundred dollar bill.
Briefing

What is the yield curve?

U.S. economy grows for 1st time in 6 months
Stock Market
On the come-up

U.S. economy grows for 1st time in 6 months

Soaring mortgage rates reach their highest level since 2001
A "For Sale" sign is seen in front of a house.
No Welcome Home

Soaring mortgage rates reach their highest level since 2001

Luxury: No signs of recession for the global rich
Louis Vuitton.
Feature

Luxury: No signs of recession for the global rich

How will the economy affect the midterms?
A dollar bill.
Briefing

How will the economy affect the midterms?

A U.S. recession in the next 12 months is 'effectively certain'
People walking outside the New York Stock Exchange.
brace yourselves

A U.S. recession in the next 12 months is 'effectively certain'

China indefinitely delays release of 3rd quarter economic stats
Chinese President Xi Jinping
Hidden figures

China indefinitely delays release of 3rd quarter economic stats

Are electric vehicles really better?
An electric car.
Briefing

Are electric vehicles really better?