Headlines from Across the MAPMay 12, 2022
Millions of older Americans stopped working during the pandemic, far more than usual, stoking fears that the workforce had been permanently altered, but the country is close to closing the gap in early retirements, according to new data.
- Zero Hedge: "Janet Yellen Admits Biden's Spending "Did Feed" Inflation"
- Zero Hedge: "Roots Of Our Current Inflation: A Deeply Flawed Monetary System"
- Zero Hedge: "Food Bank Demand Soars (Again) As Inflation Crushes Working-Poor"
- The Wall Street Journal: "Pay Raises Are Historically High. Inflation Is Still Eclipsing Those Gains."
- The Seattle Times: "Millions Retired Early During the Pandemic, but Many are now Returning to Work"
- The Wall Street Journal: "China Remains an Outlier in a World of Surging Inflation"
- Money Wise: "The Worst College for Your Money in Every State"
- The Wall Street Journal: "Electricity Shortage Warnings Grow Across U.S."
- The Wall Street Journal: "How the Inflation Rate Is Measured: 477 Government Workers at Grocery Stores"
- Barron's: "Why Value Investing Is Facing a ‘Tectonic Shift’"
- The New York Times: "A Baby Formula Shortage Leaves Desperate Parents Searching for Food"
- The New York Times: "Just 8% of Manhattan office workers are back full time, survey shows."
- A Wealth of Common Sense: "How Long Do Bear Markets Last?"
- Reuters: "Special Report: How Wall Street Banks Made a Killing on SPAC Craze"
- Barron's: "How a Digital Token Designed to be Stable Fueled a Crypto Crash"
- Wired: "Thousands of Popular Websites See What You Type—Before You Hit Submit"