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Robert Hughes

Services-Sector Growth May Have Slowed Again in January

“The services sector expanded in January, but Covid continues to impact operations. Shortages of labor and materials continue to restrain output and sustain upward pressure on prices, though cresting new cases of Covid may provide a small amount of relief.” ~ Robert Hughes

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Daniel J. Smith

Biden’s Fed Nominees a Tit-for-Tat Response to Trump’s

“Fortunately, especially for the regular people who would stand to suffer the most under a politicized Fed, there were enough conservatives to band together to block Trump. Will there be enough principled liberals to sanction Biden?” ~ Daniel J. Smith

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Joakim Book

Reality Decides, in Economics and Evolutionary Biology Alike

“An evolutionary lens isn’t just a corrective for how to live in the 21st century and how to understand our modern predicaments. It also teaches you how markets work, what constraints reality puts on us, and how to consider outcomes you don’t like.” ~ Joakim Book

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Robert Hughes

Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Fall Again, Remain Very Low

“Weekly initial claims for unemployment benefits fell again, pulling back from a three-month high two weeks ago. Overall, claims remain at a very low level by historical comparison. Most data suggest the labor market remains very tight.” ~ Robert Hughes

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David Waugh

Political Partisanship Has No Place at the Federal Reserve

“The Fed already lost credibility by missing its stated inflation target, and the nomination of partisan actors such as Cook would further throttle its credibility.” ~ Phillip W. Magness & David Waugh

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