Economic Reporting

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Banks and Banking

In this section you will find economic reporting pertaining to articles and information concerning the banking industry and the larger banking entities. You will also find reporting on various economic legislation that has to do with the banking industry. Of special interest here are banking and financial institutions that have failed or that have resulted in major ramifications for the economy. Click here to see the Banks and Banking page...

Bankruptcies

The bankruptcies section contains economic reporting on entities that have declared bankruptcy, are on the verge of bankruptcy or financial news having to do with bankruptcy and/or connected legislation. Of particular interest are the rise in consumer bankruptcies. Click here to see the Bankruptcies page...

Budgets

Here you will find economic reporting on City, State and Federal budgets. Also included is military spending and other economic news having to do with the government and budgets in general. Click here to see the Budgets page...

Business

The business economic reporting section encompasses manufacturing, retail, small business and other business entities in general. Here you will also find reporting on specific economic news concerning big companies and businesses such as GE. Click here to see the Business page...

Corruption

This section covers a wide range of topics from manipulation of economic factors and business entities, to corruption in the economy. Also covered is the funding or defunding by the government of corrupt entities. Click here to see the Corruption page...

Credit

This section covers economic reporting on credit in general. This includes the credit crunch, credit cards, lines of credit and defaulting on credit. Click here to see the Credit page...

Economics

This section will cover reporting on economics in general. Included here are topics such as: Deflation, Depression, Dollar Valuation, GDP, forms of Inflation, Monetization, the Recession, factors indicating Financial Recovery, Stagflation and World Currency issues. Click here to see the Economics page...

Education

This section refers to government spending directed at education and student loans. It also pertains to the nationalization of student loans. Click here to see the Education page...

Emerging Economies

The terms emerging markets or economies are used to describe a nation's social or business activity in the process of rapid growth and industrialization. Currently, there are approximately 28 emerging markets in the world, with the economies of India and China considered to be by far the two largest. Here you will find economic reporting related to these emerging economies and how they affect the US and our economy. Click here to see the Emerging Economies page...

Employment / Unemployment

This section covers the jobless rate and the economics affecting job growth and contraction. It also covers how the unemployment rate affects the US and individual states and cities. Global unemployment and job growth are also discussed. There is also reporting on the actual unemployment rate and the factors that comprise the rate as well as the financial impact on Americans and the economy overall. There is a section for the Minimum Wage since it is also an economic factor here. Click here to see the Employment / Unemployment page...

Energy

This section refers to government spending directed at energy in all its forms and the legislation surrounding the economics of energy in the United States and globally. Click here to see the Energy page...

Environmentalism

This section covers the economy and environmentalism. This encompasses Climate Change, Cap and Trade, the California Central Valley controversy, the EPA, Global Warming and Global Cooling. Reporting details coverage on the effect these topics have on our economy and finances. Click here to see the Environmentalism page...

Financial Collapse

This section covers the economy and the possibility of a financial collapse. Many experts believe the US economy is in serious danger of crashing and has been since 2008. The US economy could potentially risk a financial collapse if continued spending is not curbed by the US government and the individual states and cities. Click here to see the Financial Collapse...

Financial Oversight

In this section, economic reporting covers the actions and decisions of numerous powerful individuals in and around the US government as well as the individual state and city governments. These are the power brokers who sway the US economy with their political and financial influence. Click here to see the Financial Oversight page...

Fiscal / Monetary Policy

In economics, fiscal policy is the use of government spending and revenue collection to influence the economy.

Monetary policy is the process by which the government, central bank, or monetary authority of a country controls (i) the supply of money, (ii) availability of money, and (iii) cost of money or rate of interest, in order to attain a set of objectives oriented towards the growth and stability of the economy.

This section covers economic reporting over a range of topics pertaining to fiscal and monetary policies: Bailouts, Free Trade, Interest Rates, the IMF, the National Debt, Spending, the Stimulus, Tariffs and Taxes. Click here to see the Fiscal / Monetary Policy page...

Health Care

In this section you will find economic reporting that covers the health care debate and how it affects the economy as well as individual Americans. This section also covers the topics of Medicare and Medicaid. Click here to see the Health Care page...

Investments

This section of economic reporting covers topics that have to do with various forms of investments and how they affect the economy and Americans. Topics include: Bonds/Stocks/Treasuries, 401ks, Gold, Hedge Funds, Metals, Real Estate, Retirement, Silver, the Stock Market and Toxic Assets. Click here to see the Investments page...

Politicians - Economic Reporting

This section covers various politicians and their influence on the economy as a whole. It also covers the ethics and the end results of their decisions. Click here to see the Politicians - Economic Reporting page...

Regulation

In this section, economic reporting covers financial/economic regulations. It also covers executive compensation. This section in the future will cover a wide range of regulatory actions concerning the economy. Click here to see the Regulation page...

Transportation

This section refers to the reporting of US and government spending directed at transportation such as the auto industry, the rail systems, air travel, etc. Click here to see the Transportation page...

Unions

Unions in the United States are having more and more of a direct impact, not only on legislation and our government, but directly on our economy. They are lobbying aggressively to tie jobs to various unions as well as wanting direct input into the cost of issues such as health care. Unions also affect new and old jobs that arise in the economy. This section covers the economic impact unions have and their far-reaching influence into the US economy as a whole. Click here to see the Unions page...

Links

The Rodney Dangerfield Economy The Anchoress, October 30, 2005

More Good Economic News They Don’t Think You Can Use (121005) The BizzyBlog, December 10, 2005

Economy “slips” into a “sweet spot?” The Anchoress, March 26, 2006

Times admits good economic news The Anchoress, September 1, 2006

Happy Fun Headline Game for Rainy Days The Anchoress, May 7, 2009

AIP column: The whim of a madman! Ed Morrissey, Hot Air, May 7, 2009

Americans are getting cold feet over Democratic proposals Michael Barone, WashingtonExaminer.com, July 8, 2009

A Jobless Economic Recovery or Something Else? The Market Oracle, October 2, 2009

Too Rich to Worry? Not in This Downturn The New York Times, October 2, 2009

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