Private Sector Job Creation Slows Over Concerns Of New COVID Restrictions

As President Joe Biden Issues New COVID-19 Restrictions And Encourages Businesses To Do The Same, New Economic Data Shows The Economy May Be Anticipating The Impact.

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Home Prices And Joblessness Increase

Earlier This Week, President Joe Biden Touted The Country’s Economic Growth Since He Took Office, But The Latest Economic Data Show That Progress May Not Be As Sturdy As Experts Would Like.

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Cities In Red States Show Best Economic Recovery From Pandemic

As The Country Continues To Climb Back From More Than A Year Of An Economic Downward Spiral During The COVID-19 Pandemic, Cities In States With Republican-Led Governors That Imposed Fewer Restrictions Are Experiencing A Faster And More Robust Comeback.

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Tennessee Conservative News Break – June 18, 2021

1) DCS Reports on Abuse Investigation at Chattanooga Immigrant Shelter
2) Hagerty, Blackburn, Fleishmann Request HHS Briefing On Reported Abuse At Chattanooga Immigrant Shelter
3) Right-To-Life Organization Says Chattanooga Does Not Need Planned Parenthood
4) Jobless Claims Spike As Economic Recovery Remains Uncertain

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Biden-Putin Meeting Wide-Ranging But Garnered Little Progress

President Joe Biden And Russian President Vladimir Putin Discussed A Broad Range Of Issues But Had Little Substance To Show After A Summit In Geneva, Switzerland On Wednesday.

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Inflation Fears Rise As Producer Prices Increase More Than Ever Recorded

New Data Shows Rising Inflation, Alarming Economists And Casting More Doubt On Hopes Of A Post-Covid Economic Boom. Report Shows A Major Spike In The Cost Of Producer Goods – The Most Since BLS Began Tracking The Data More Than A Decade Ago.

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Inflation Spikes To Highest Levels Since 2008 Crisis

The Latest Federal Report Suggests More Troubles For The U.S. Economy, Even As Experts Hoped For A Post-Covid Economic Surge. The Bureau Of Labor Statistics Thursday Released New Data Showing A Major Spike In Inflation, The Largest Since The Financial Crisis From Over A Decade Ago.

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May Jobs Report Falls Short Of Projections

Total Nonfarm Payroll Employment Increased By 559,000 In The U.S. In May, Short Of 650,000 Predicted By Economists, According To Data From The U.S. Department Of Labor.

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