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    Five Thirty Eight - Economics

  • We’re Hiring A Part-Time Copy Editor/Fact-Checker
    Accuracy, rigor and clarity are core values here at FiveThirtyEight, and we’re looking for someone who shares them. FiveThirtyEight is hiring a part-time copy editor and fact-checker to join its copy desk and help ensure that our stories, charts, videos and interactive graphics meet the site’s standards for methodological rigor,... Read more »
  • Five Things The COVID-19 Bill Revealed About How Washington Will Work In The Biden Era
    President Biden will soon sign into law a $1.9 trillion bill intended to boost the economy and help the U.S. deal with the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic. It’s only the second bill Biden has signed into law and likely to be one of the most significant. So let’s... Read more »
  • How White House Economists Are Thinking About COVID-19 Relief
    In this episode of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, host Galen Druke speaks with Heather Boushey, a member of the Council of Economic Advisers, on the rationale behind the American Rescue Plan.... Read more »
  • How Fast Is The Economy Recovering?
    How Fast Is The Economy Recovering? By Julia Wolfe and Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux For nearly a year, the economy has been on a long, exhausting slog toward post-pandemic “normalcy.” And it isn’t over yet. This page — which we plan to update every month — will tell us how far we... Read more »
  • Will The Debate Over $2,000 Stimulus Checks Help Democrats In Georgia?
    Congressional Democrats are pushing to give most Americans $2,000 stimulus checks, arguing that this is a fast and direct way to help millions of Americans as they struggle with the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. President Trump supports $2,000 payments, too, but most congressional Republicans don’t. Because of... Read more »
  • The 40 Weirdest (And Best) Charts We Made In This Long, Strange Year
    Over the course of 2020, FiveThirtyEight’s visual journalists covered a historic election, an unprecedented year in sports, a raging pandemic and an economy in free fall. So to cap off this long, strange, difficult year, we’re continuing our tradition of celebrating the best — and weirdest — charts we’ve published... Read more »
  • The Economy Won’t Be Back To Normal Until 2022 Or Later, According To Our Survey Of Economists
    It’s been about four months since the National Bureau of Economic Research declared that the U.S. was officially in a recession, and what a weird recession — and recovery — it’s been. The stock market has been merrily chugging along since February, when the recession began; disposable income increased even... Read more »
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    Business – ARY NEWS

  • PR to run Eid special trains between Peshawar-Rawalpindi
    According to the Pakistan Railways Peshawar chapter, the first special train will leave for Rawalpindi from Peshawar cant station at 9 am tomorrow.  The post PR to run Eid special trains between Peshawar-Rawalpindi appeared first on ARY NEWS.... Read more »
  • Analysis: Cryptocurrency ethereum is flourishing but risks linger
    Ethereum's market cap on Friday was $410 billion, second to bitcoin's at more than $1 trillion, according to data tracker CoinGecko.com The post Analysis: Cryptocurrency ethereum is flourishing but risks linger appeared first on ARY NEWS.... Read more »
  • United Airlines to scale back India flying, delay Bangalore launch
    United, the only U.S. carrier flying to India, said it will continue its daily flights to Delhi from Newark and San Francisco and to Mumbai from Newark The post United Airlines to scale back India flying, delay Bangalore launch appeared first on ARY NEWS.... Read more »
  • VideoGovt plans to bring Kamyab Kisan program, announces Shaukat Tarin
    Disbursing loans in a large number will expedite the economic growth, the finance minister said. The post Govt plans to bring Kamyab Kisan program, announces Shaukat Tarin appeared first on ARY NEWS.... Read more »
  • Customs field offices to remain open on May 10-11: FBR
    In a bid to facilitate exporters and other trade activities, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Friday announced that all the Customs field offices will remain open from May 8 to May 11. The post Customs field offices to remain open on May 10-11: FBR appeared first on ARY... Read more »
  • CAA registers 80pc slash in incoming international flights due to Covid
    It has taken cognizance of SOP violation carried out by airlines as well for not keeping in check the social distancing conditions rolled out The post CAA registers 80pc slash in incoming international flights due to Covid appeared first on ARY NEWS.... Read more »
  • Pakistan’s exports to UK have grown by 31 pc this year: Abdul Razak Dawood
    He said in another tweet that the exports to the UK have grown by 31 per cent to USD 1.709 billion during July-April 2021 from USD 1.309 billion in July-April 2020. The post Pakistan’s exports to UK have grown by 31 pc this year: Abdul Razak Dawood appeared first on... Read more »
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    Grit Daily Finance

  • Lindsey Mallon Sees Fashion as the Next Obvious Opportunity for Cryptocurrency Fanatics
    In the nascent relationship between odd bedfellows, fashion and cryptocurrency, who wears the pants? Both do. Or at least that’s the thinking behind Lindsey Mallon… The post Lindsey Mallon Sees Fashion as the Next Obvious Opportunity for Cryptocurrency Fanatics appeared first on Grit Daily News.... Read more »
  • Ivon Rodriguez of Linqto Knows How Investment Can Change Lives
    Ivon Rodriguez is the Chief Marketing Officer at Linqto, a private investment mobile application company with a focus on unicorns. Throughout her life, she has… The post Ivon Rodriguez of Linqto Knows How Investment Can Change Lives appeared first on Grit Daily News.... Read more »
  • When Will nTopology IPO?
    As software is taking over the world, why not consume 3D printing, too? That’s the thinking behind nTopology, the leader in design and engineering software… The post When Will nTopology IPO? appeared first on Grit Daily News.... Read more »
  • When Will NerdWallet IPO?
    NerdWallet is a free, personal finance company that helps you make better financial decisions. Founded in 2009 by Tim Chen and Jacob Gibson, the company… The post When Will NerdWallet IPO? appeared first on Grit Daily News.... Read more »
  • At 800 Employees Strong, Rightpoint’s Startup Culture Remains Intact
    Rightpoint, a Chicago-based digital consultancy, has helped hundreds of well-known brands enhance their user and customer experiences over the last 13 years. From starting out… The post At 800 Employees Strong, Rightpoint’s Startup Culture Remains Intact appeared first on Grit Daily News.... Read more »
  • J.D. Salbego is Here to Tell You What Not to Do with NFT Art
    Looking to get in on “NFT” investing and don’t know where to start? J.D. Salbego of CoinTelegraph fame visited with Grit Daily (virtually) to educate… The post J.D. Salbego is Here to Tell You What Not to Do with NFT Art appeared first on Grit Daily News.... Read more »
  • Deliveroo IPO Falls Short in Its London Debut
    U.K. food delivery startup Deliveroo entered the London Stock Exchange market this week, but seems to have failed to impress. Listing itself as Deliveroo Holdings… The post Deliveroo IPO Falls Short in Its London Debut appeared first on Grit Daily News.... Read more »