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U.S. Expected To Forgive At Least $108 Billion In Student Debt A report released Wednesday by the Government Accountability Office says the U.S. is on track to forgive at least $108 billion in student debt. This is due to the number of people who have enrolled in plans the Obama administration promoted to help borrowers… Continue reading Economy Update From NPR: U.S. Expected To Forgive At Least $108 Billion In Student Debt
Trump’s ‘Interventionist Approach’ To Economic Policy Presents Consequences In light of Trump’s deal with Carrier to keep jobs in the U.S., NPR’s Ari Shapiro talks to Edward Alden, senior fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations and author of Failure to Adjust: How Americans Got Left Behind in the Global Economy, about the consequences of… Continue reading Economy Update From NPR: Trump’s ‘Interventionist Approach’ To Economic Policy Presents Consequences
Trump Strikes Deal With Carrier To Keep Jobs In U.S. Carrier says it will keep about 1,000 jobs in Indiana instead of shifting production to Mexico. Donald Trump repeatedly singled out Carrier during his campaign and made stopping the move a priority. Now there is great interest in how Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence… Continue reading Economy Update From NPR: Trump Strikes Deal With Carrier To Keep Jobs In U.S.
Postelection Stock Market Rise Shocks Prominent Economists Before the election, two prominent economists were predicting that the stock market would fall 12 percent lower if Trump won versus Clinton. But, as it often does, the market surprised everybody and went in the other direction. Read more on NPR
Trump’s Ties To Deutsche Bank Present Possible Conflict Of Interest NPR’s Audie Cornish talks to Jesse Eisinger, a senior reporter for ProPublica covering Wall Street, about Trump’s connections to Deutsche Bank. Read more on NPR
OPEC Agrees To First Cut In Oil Production Since 2008 With the cut, OPEC’s production will drop by 1.2 million barrels daily to 32.5 million barrels. The deal takes effect at the start of 2017. Read more on NPR