Jason Finley (NBR.com) Ralph Lauren has decided to close a location on Fifth Avenue in New York City because the store has seen an 11 percent decline in sales in the past year. It was suspected that this location will … Continue reading Fifth Avenue Flagship
Maia Torres ABC News As of last week jobless aid applications dropped to 234,000, a sign that the job market seems to be increasingly secure for workers. Over the past year, the number of people collecting benefits had dropped by … Continue reading Inflating the Job Market
Sara Rodgers Today there is a big question going around if we should get rid of the penny or not. The penny has been around since 1787. The word “penny” came from a British name. Over 300 billion pennies have … Continue reading A Penny for Your Thoughts
Daniela Leandro (CNBC) A new market high: First ETF to target marijuana stocks The Trump administration is considering renegotiating aged trade agreements with North American neighbors, such as Canada. Canada’s new trade is a first type exchange-trade that puts them … Continue reading O Canada! O Cannabis!
Brittany Goins CNN News — The Best Way to Make Kids Smart About Money Dee Shepherd-Look, a clinical psychologist and retired professor of psychology It is recommended starting an allowance when children enter the first grade, and increase the amount … Continue reading The Best Way to Make Kids Smart About Money
Jacob Banta Former Reagan Economic Advisor Warns: Debt Ceiling “Hard Stop” for Economy David Stockman, an economics adviser to President Ronald Reagan, told Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog’s that March 15th of 2017, two days after President Trump presents his budget … Continue reading Debt Ceiling “Hard Stop”
Daniela Leandro Walmart launches new front in US price war, targets Aldi in grocery aisle (CNBC.com) Walmart is running a price-comparison test in 1,200 stores all over the United States. They are doing this in hopes of gaining more customers … Continue reading Walmart Targets Aldi
Shabana Ram Millennials could be risking their financial future as they craft ways to tackle their student loans, car payments and credit card debt. New research indicates that many are overusing credit cards, racking up fees with late payments … Continue reading Millennials Wonder: Where’s My Money Going?
Rafael Galarza Fernandez February 28, 2017 The Declining U.S. Labor Share, Explicated Over the past decades the U.S.S labor share has been declining. Labor declining is the pattern that the share of the value of output that goes to workers … Continue reading Declining U.S. Labor Share
Shabana Ram Trump orders U.S. steel be used for oil and gas pipelines, while Pa. project sits on foreign-made supply On January 24th, 2017, President Donald Trump signed his name with potentially significant implications for the oil and gas industry … Continue reading Pipeline Made in America