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Here’s how one expert says the Fed’s emergency rate cut could create a toxic situation where higher prices conflict with coronavirus-stric...
"The biggest risk right now is the stagflationary environment where we have these higher prices coupled with lower growth," Davis said.
People are worried that labor strife, oil shocks, and the Fed could lead to an economic disaster — here’s why they shouldn’t
People are worried that labor strife, oil shocks, and that the Fed could lead to a 1970s-style economic disaster. That's not going to happen.
Trucking companies are offering their drivers bonuses as high as $20,000 — but they say it’s still not enough to fix the truck driver shor...
Five-digit bonuses might not be enough to lure folks into a trucking job that requires being away from home for weeks at a time.
Trump keeps bashing the Fed, calling the central bank ‘loco’ and ‘crazy.’ An ugly economic lesson from the Nixon administratio...
President Donald Trump has launched a series of attacks against the Federal Reserve and Chairman Jerome Powell over the past two days, calling the Fed's rate hikes "crazy" and "loco." The attacks raise the specter of a similar mistake raised by former President Richard Nixon.
WALL STREET WARNS: Trump’s trade policies could bring the US back to an economic horror from the 1970s
In a broad effort to rearrange global trade relationships, Trump has slapped tariffs on some of America's biggest business partners. And as effects of protectionism kick in, analysts are reminded of the 1970's when rising inflation and stalling growth plagued the economy.
President Donald Trump's attacks on the Federal Reserve's interest rate hikes brought up the specter of Richard Nixon's pressure on the Fed in the 1970s. Nixon's pressure led to a period of stagflation and economic pain.
Fed chair says Trump’s trade wars are starting to worry businesses, and the end result could be ugly
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that it is too early to evaluate President Donald Trump's tariffs, but there is a chance that the policy could end up harming the US economy.
OPINION: What if prices rise but wages do not? That's a scenario we haven't seen since the 1970s but could if President Donald Trump gets the tariffs he wants.
Staglfation killed the late 1970s economy, and the election of Donald
Bass thinks the 1970s are coming back. The data say otherwise.