Headlines from Across the MAPSep 29, 2022
Americans are set to fork out an extra $11,500 this year if they want to enjoy the same standard of living they maintained in 2020, according to new estimates from NerdWallet. The estimates, published in August, were based on inflation and annual spending data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Analysts at NerdWallet looked at how spending would compare this year to 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic began.
- Zero Hedge: "Inflation Costing Average American Family $11,500 This Year"
- The Wall Street Journal: "The U.S. Is Running Short Of Land For Housing"
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- CNBC: "2 in 5 Americans Say Inflation Will Change Their Holiday Shopping Habits This Year — Here’s How To Save Money"
- The New York Times: "Factory Jobs Are Booming Like It’s the 1970s"
- Heritage Expert: "Americans Have Lost $4,200 In Annual Income Under The Biden Administration"
- Foreign Affairs: "The Collateral Damage Of A Long Economic War"
- Bloomberg: "The Pension Problem That Threatened To Wreck The Gilt Market"
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