by Rodger Malcolm Mitchell, www.nofica.com
Every politician tells voters he/she plans to bring jobs back to America. It is a lie, designed to fool desperate people.
It is a lie when Donald Trump says it. It is a lie when Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton say it. It is a lie when Bernie Sanders says it.
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Rent can swallow a significant portion of your pay check, depending on where you live.
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02May2016 Market Close: Markets Closed Higher, Nasdaq Breaks Seven Session Losing Streak, Treasury Prices Fell After Economic Reports Show Mixed Picture Of Domestic Economy
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-- this post authored by Phil Lewis, University of Canberra; Ian McAuley, University of Canberra; John Daley, Grattan Institute; John Wanna, Australian National University, and Richard Holden, UNSW Australia
In the lead up to the federal budget on May 3, we asked five experts to dispel some of the most common myths associated with government budgets.
Written by Gary
Markets closed higher with the DOW up 118 Points partially by gains in Berkshire Hathaway boosting the financial sector. The small caps up almost one percentage point, as the Nasdaq Composite snapped a seven-session losing streak because of sharp gains in tech bellwethers Amazon and Netflix helping lift the tech-laden Nasdaq and highlighted the rally.
02May2016 Market Update: DOW Up Almost Triple Digits, Crude Prices And US Dollar Sliding, But Expect
Average gasoline prices rose 7.7 cents per gallon nationwide this past week following the previous week's 2.5 cent rise.