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Central banks are raising rates to fend off a rise in inflation as policy makers respond to the booming U.S. economy on.wsj.com/3xEcD8k
Pay for those with only high school diplomas is rising faster than for college graduates, according to the Atlanta Fed. By @EricMorath @greg_ip wsj.com/articles/tight…
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The Biden administration already supports extending tax credits for solar-panel purchases and is weighing whether to back tax credits that would give domestic panel makers a lift and disadvantage imports. on.wsj.com/35EskAn
After losing ground for decades, low-wage workers have emerged from the pandemic with the upper hand. They are receiving perks like signing bonuses, bigger raises and competing offers that were previously reserved for white-collar employees. on.wsj.com/35J56ZI
The U.S. needs solar panels to meet climate goals, but few companies make them in America, given China's dominance. What it takes to ‘reshore’ an industry that moved overseas--tax breaks, tariffs and other benefits. Is reshoring worth the cost? wsj.com/articles/can-a… via @WSJ
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The U.S. needs solar panels to meet climate goals, but few companies make them in America. What it takes to "reshore" an industry that moved overseas on.wsj.com/3zLy7BO
Robert Kaplan and James Bullard say the time for the Fed to rethink its strong support for the economy is getting closer, if it hasn’t already arrived on.wsj.com/3qhbG3m
The emergency closure of the I-40 bridge across the Mississippi River has jammed traffic for over a month, denting companies’ bottom lines and hampering the region’s economic recovery from the pandemic on.wsj.com/3gJpKzd
Robert Kaplan and James Bullard say the time for the Fed to rethink its strong support for the economy is getting closer, if it hasn’t already arrived on.wsj.com/2SOGVGo
Here’s what you need to know about Amazon Prime Day 2021 and its influence throughout retail on.wsj.com/2TUQeEQ
Federal aid and a strong economic recovery have stuffed New York state’s once-bare coffers, leading some fiscal watchdogs to again question the state’s decision to increase income taxes on high earners on.wsj.com/3vHuHNf
A chip maker in Taiwan powers billions of products, from Audis to iPhones. Its dominance leaves the global economy at risk. on.wsj.com/3xEc920
Price spikes post-World War II and in the 1970s show how inflation can dominate stock market returns on.wsj.com/3gJNRN6
Investors are unwinding trades that bet on stronger economic growth and inflation, leading to a flattening of the yield curve as they sell short-dated bonds and buy more 30-year notes on.wsj.com/3zIBvgU
China has tweaked the mechanism to determine the upper limits on banks’ deposit rates, leading to a reduction of longer-term funding rates, as competition for stable sources of deposits has intensified. on.wsj.com/2Ui24sV
In China, there's a telephone hotline for the public to denounce instances of “historical nihilism." Xi Jinping is rewriting national history. on.wsj.com/2ScjwhS
The extraordinary recovery of the U.S. economy is set to make the country the world’s top destination for overseas investment this year and next on.wsj.com/3wOyPN0
A faster-than-expected economic recovery has bolstered the payroll taxes that help finance the federal government’s retirement and disability programs. on.wsj.com/3xzAztb
Investment gains have long gotten favorable tax treatment. The Biden administration is eyeing changes that could cut into the advantage. on.wsj.com/2SHTwvg
The extraordinary recovery of the U.S. economy is set to make the country the world’s top destination for overseas investment this year and next on.wsj.com/2SOI0y6
China Tweaks Deposit Rate Rules to Guide Funding Costs Down on.wsj.com/3iTAcpq
Prices are surging for many household expenses as the Covid-19 pandemic eases and the economy reopens. Which higher prices are here to stay​? on.wsj.com/3cY0qmN
Airlines, restaurants and sports arenas are filling back up. One place that isn’t yet: offices on.wsj.com/3cYVHl0
A booming U.S. economy that is driving inflation higher around the world and pushing up the U.S. dollar is pressing some central banks to increase interest rates, despite incomplete economic recoveries in their own countries. on.wsj.com/3xw0Us4
Some anxiety is creeping in at the Fed. If supply shocks push up public expectations of inflation, which tend to be self-fulfilling, the Fed has a problem, writes @greg_ip. on.wsj.com/3xAajPt
Norway’s central bank reaffirmed its caution around long periods of low interest rates increasing the risk of financial imbalances on.wsj.com/3qbt6OL
Back-to-back rebukes of Beijing from G-7 and NATO members mark a shift toward collective action and pushing back against President Xi Jinping’s strategies to position China as a global leader. on.wsj.com/2SjUXQk
The Bank of Japan on Friday said it would introduce a lending facility to help banks finance projects connected to climate change. on.wsj.com/3gLH05H
In five years, China went from a one-child policy to a three-child policy. Within the next five years, it could go to an anything-goes policy, sources say on.wsj.com/3wNkro3
Supply constraints that have caused shortages are deepening, adding to inflation pressure and testing the Federal Reserve’s resolve to keep juicing the economy on.wsj.com/35HFRqG
Employers desperate for workers are raising wages, offering signing bonuses and improving benefits. on.wsj.com/3zEa7R7
Economists expect figures released this week will show sales of existing homes fell in May on.wsj.com/3xyqVXW
Supply constraints that have caused shortages are deepening, adding to inflation pressure and testing the Federal Reserve’s resolve to keep juicing the economy on.wsj.com/3vIVd94
A new Colorado law that requires companies to disclose pay in job postings is prompting hiring companies to shun the state’s remote workers on.wsj.com/3iQWrfz
America’s cities have always been test labs for innovation—and these 10 ideas are no exception. on.wsj.com/3vJqk4l
Retail spending fell 1.3% in May. Supply-chain disruptions and business reopenings are triggering a consumer spending shift from goods to services. on.wsj.com/3vBeRnq
Economists expect figures released this week will show sales of existing homes fell in May on.wsj.com/3j32pKi
In China, there's a telephone hotline for the public to denounce instances of “historical nihilism." Xi Jinping is rewriting national history. on.wsj.com/3wCFRnP
Employers desperate for workers are raising wages, offering signing bonuses and improving benefits. on.wsj.com/3gEYuSz
The U.S. budget deficit grew to a record $2.1 trillion during the first eight months of the fiscal year on.wsj.com/3iS6Ckb
Lumber prices are falling back to earth, turning hoarders into sellers on.wsj.com/3cSavBC
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen declined to offer a clear administration position on the deduction for state and local taxes during a House hearing, leaving vagueness on an issue that will be the subject of tense negotiations. on.wsj.com/3wHtmYj
Supply constraints that have caused shortages are deepening, adding to inflation pressure and testing the Federal Reserve’s resolve to keep juicing the economy on.wsj.com/3gFxrGz
Investment gains have long gotten favorable tax treatment. The Biden administration is eyeing changes that could cut into the advantage. on.wsj.com/3vC9swd
A faster-than-expected economic recovery has bolstered the payroll taxes that help finance the federal government’s retirement and disability programs. on.wsj.com/3cWukb5
Prices are surging for many household expenses as the Covid-19 pandemic eases and the economy reopens. Which higher prices are here to stay​? on.wsj.com/3wHA0xn
Airlines, restaurants and sports arenas are filling back up. One place that isn’t yet: offices on.wsj.com/2Ue4zwl
A booming U.S. economy that is driving inflation higher around the world and pushing up the U.S. dollar is pressing some central banks to increase interest rates, despite incomplete economic recoveries in their own countries. on.wsj.com/3cRxXze
Some anxiety is creeping in at the Fed. If supply shocks push up public expectations of inflation, which tend to be self-fulfilling, the Fed has a problem, writes @greg_ip. on.wsj.com/3cWOn9w
Norway’s central bank reaffirmed its caution around long periods of low interest rates increasing the risk of financial imbalances on.wsj.com/3wGTBhu
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