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A very Austrian pandemic from the past | Editorial

Do you remember the Austrian economy? In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, a number of conservatives rejected Keynesian economic prescriptions and instead asserted themselves as devotees of the Austrian school, especially Friedrich Hayek. One wonders how many of these self-proclaimed “Austrians” really knew what they were supporting. Usually, …

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Extract from Bancorp’s fifth third ESG 2020 report: retaining employees

Posted 11 hours ago Proposed by Fifth Third Bancorp As part of our ongoing commitment to inclusion and diversity, Fifth Third’s total compensation programs are founded on a philosophy that ensures all employees are paid fairly and equitably, and in accordance with the law. Our compensation philosophy is designed to: …

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Modi Sarkar puts everything on exceptional sale!

All over the world, people have been vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus without having to pay a dime, but not in India. All over the world, the historical landmarks that define a nation, which form the warp and weft of a nation’s consciousness, are considered sacred and left untouched in …

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Kansas Economy Shows Inflation, Rising Wages, Unemployment, Falling Jobs

Many economic indicators in Kansas are rebounding from the crash at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but not all have returned to pre-pandemic levels. While the unemployment rate is roughly where it was before the first case of COVID-19 was reported in March 2020, lawmakers remain concerned about soaring …

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July sees remarkable return in earnings after massive hiring wave

Income increased significantly in July. Nominal personal income rose 1.1% to $ 20.67 trillion in the month, accelerating from June’s 0.2% monthly increase, according to government figures on Friday. Why is this important: The July hiring wave and the expansion of child tax credits were behind this growth. Get market …

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Balance the budget or spend, spend, spend? Canadians Divided Amid Pandemic Elections – National

There does not appear to be a clear consensus among Canadians on whether the most responsible route out of the social and economic shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic is to keep spending or start cutting back. A new poll conducted exclusively for Global News by Ipsos found that 30% of …

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Commodity price manipulators will face tough action: Secretary of Commerce

The government today warned that tough action will be taken against profiteers and commodity price manipulators, as the market has an adequate supply of basic necessities. Secretary of Commerce Tapan Kanti Ghosh announced the warning during a press conference at his secretariat in Dhaka. For all the latest news, follow …

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State aid: Commission approves Danish aid measure of 108 million euros to support research and development activities linked to Bavarian Nordic’s coronavirus – The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you in association with the European Commission. The European Commission has approved a Danish aid measure of 108 million euros to support research and development (R&D) activities related to the coronavirus of Bavarian Nordic, a company active in the vaccine development and manufacturing …

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Bayern president challenges PSG for violation of FFP

Bayern Munich president lashed out at Champions League rivals PSG, saying he was unsure how they were following UEFA’s financial fair play rules after the club’s busy summer on the transfer market. Speaking on SportsBild – Bayern’s internal club podcast – Herbert Hainer opened his curiosity about the Paris club’s …

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What India’s informal sector needs right now

The lack of frequent and up-to-date economic indicators makes it difficult to monitor India’s large informal sector, which employs around 80 percent of the workforce and produces around 50 percent of GDP. A lot is at stake here. Ignoring the problems of the informal sector can be costly as it …

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