Investors' concerns about the impact of Covid-19 on markets and economic growth eased as they looked ahead to the Fed's Jackson Hole meeting.
"For me, it's not political - most of my customers are vaccinated," the manager of Pasticceria Rocco in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, told the New York Post.
"I'll be looking at the possibility of mandates, but not saying they're in or out until I know all the facts," Lt. Gov. Hochul told CNN Sunday.
A new poll found that the majority of respondents think there'll be another pandemic in a decade - and a majority also think covid will mutate.
Rising COVID-19 cases linked to the Delta variant caused investor concern about a delay in economic recovery and its effect on growth and earnings.
Austan Goolsbee attacks a long-standing trickle-down canard that US unemployment benefits disincentivizes low-wage workers from going back to work.
Non-alcoholic beer, like Brooklyn Brewery’s Special Effects, has seen huge growth in the past year. Covid lockdowns are leading us to rethink our habits, while innovations have made NA beer tastier. The global market for NA beer could be worth $US29 billion by 2026, according to one prediction. Visit the […]
Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman told CNBC on Thursday that the US still needs several hundred billion dollars a month to repair the economy as coronavirus cases continue to surge. “We’re still 11 million jobs down from where we were before this thing hit and all of those people are […]