Through massive pandemic aid, the 2020 CARES Act ballooned the federal deficit. With spending far exceeding revenue, the difference was $2.8 trillion: Now, President-elect Biden has proposed a new $1.9 trillion relief package. It includes payments to Americans who…
There was an unusual spike in demand that began during March 2020. It signaled the beginning of the lockdown: Spirits had the largest gain. But that was not the whole story. Consumer Spending Changes More Our spending patterns changed during…
Seemingly evident through a monthly report that states the jobless rate and job losses or gains, real unemployment figures can be hidden.
Instead of per capita income, we can compare U.S. states’ standard of living and wind up with different results.
Looking at the six traffic changes that relate to the pandemic, we can see their current impact and wonder which ones will last.
Using command and the market as examples, economists showed food pantries how distributing food could become more efficient.
Through six facts we can compare the pandemic economy to the past, see its current state, and look to the future.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the change in our Thanksgiving turkey demand has affected farmers, markets, and restaurants.
Responding to lockdowns, pandemic doggy demand is soaring and creating more business for a slew of canine services.