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There Is No Secret Plan ... And No "Secret Sauce" Either!

When budget fights loom in Congress, I am often asked: what do you think will happen … what will Congress agree upon? Implicit in the question is that there is some predictable logic in how these things are settled or that there is a secret plan that Congressional leadership will roll out when the time is right. 517 weitere Wörter

Analysis And Commentary

PRES TRUMP MONTH 1 REDUCES DEBT BY $12 BILLION: DEMS IN FRENZY

Gateway Pundit: „On January 20th, the day of the Trump Inauguration, the US Debt stood at $19,947 billion. On February 21st, a month later, the US Debt load stood at $19,935 billion. 56 weitere Wörter

Politics

day 1301 - self conscious 

not moving much and not being physically active has made me become self conscious and i’ve let it take over with my decision making. it’s only fair that if i can’t do what i want, it won’t get what it wants either. 25 weitere Wörter

My 365

Taxation and government spending: which comes first?

The common assumption is that the UK’s taxation is the source of revenue that pays for public services, health, welfare benefits, education and defence. It is often assumed, and commonly framed as, taxpayers money. 669 weitere Wörter

Education Economics

Exclusive: Angela Rayner and the national funding formula

Last week we published part one of our exclusive interview with the Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner, where we discussed grammar schools, social mobility, and special educational needs and disabilities. 1.235 weitere Wörter

#70221 - Japan slows down in Jan.

Today’s Headline

Japan posts first trade deficit in 5 months; Higher energy prices overwhelmed slower growth in exports due to Chinese New Year. Japan falls into deficit every year in January, but expected to steadily recover.“

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Business

Japan's trade deficit widens on drop in car exports, oil imports

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Japan posted a bigger-than-forecast trade deficit in January as auto exports declined and energy import costs increased.

Economists cautioned against reading the single month’s figures negatively, noting that global demand should support Japanese exports this year. 448 weitere Wörter

Money Matters