Tagged With Government Spending

The stock market has an 'overflowing river of liquidity' from the previous stimulus, the co-CIO of the worlds largest hedge fund says

The US federal deficit surges to record $3.1 trillion for 2020 amid unprecedented stimulus spending

Australians are currently better off under JobSeeker than they were before the coronavirus, according to Commonwealth Bank analysis

The government is being urged to forget the surplus and put money in the hands of Australians, as the coronavirus looks set to punch a hole in the economy

The US has blown past $6 trillion in 'war on terror' spending since 2001 — and its cost to taxpayers will keep climbing for decades, study says

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says her Green New Deal climate plan would cost at least $10 trillion

Billionaires who hate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's 70% tax on the superrich are adamant it will hurt the economy — but history suggests otherwise

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's 70% tax on the super-rich is more popular than Trump's tax cuts, new poll shows

Melania Trump spent $95,000 on a hotel during a one-day visit to Cairo, and she didn't even sleep there

The contribution from government spending to Australia's GDP growth, in one chart

Scott Pruitt gave his aides $66K and $48K raises -- and now he's changing his story about it

Trump wants Congress to do something nearly impossible to give him more power over government spending

AMP has sounded a warning bell on Australia's infrastructure boom

Australia's economy is being cushioned by a big increase in government spending

New figures show just how much the UK relies on London taxpayers

$20 billion startup Palantir has claimed victory in its unusual lawsuit against the US Army

REPORT: Department of Defence employees rang up over $1 million in casino and strip club charges with no serious repercussions

US spending on prisons is growing three times as fast as spending on education

US spending on prisons and jails grew three times as fast as spending on education in the last 3 decades

We are in an investing 'twilight zone'