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A lot of big talk from other disciplines making fun of economists who regularly unknowingly reproduce orthodox economics concepts in their own fields. Reminds me of this quote from the late economist John Henry

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"The best economist I know is the inside of the stock market" -- Stan Druckenmiller What is the stock market telling us about inflation? Might be worth paying attention... $XLB

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“I think the point here is if you weren't worried before about the debt before, you should be — and if you were worried before, you should be even more worried," Owen Zidar, a Princeton economist said.

NEW: @OIGInstitute  writer @LisaCamnerMcKay  discusses how changing health risks and work decisions may impact saving and consumption of older Americans in a summary of our "Complex Economics of Growing Old" event with @UMNews  economist @M_De_Nardi .

Designing pension systems that support aging populations in low- and middle-income countries raises tough questions. @WorldBank  economist Clément Joubert will present new research on October 20 📅 ➡️

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'Employer demand remains robust and the supply of workers is improving —for now,' says Nela Richardson, chief economist at ADP.

Markets continue to price in a scenario where the outlook for the US economy deteriorates next year and interest rates are cut, according to Jeffrey Cleveland, chief economist at Payden and Rygel. Sponsored by @Vanguard_UKAdv 

Owen Zidar, a Princeton economist, said rising interest rates will exacerbate the nation's growing debt issues and make the debt itself more costly. The Federal Reserve has raised rates several times this year in an effort to combat inflation.

Trafigura's chief economist Saad Rahim on Wednesday spoke to Today, the BBC's flagship news and current affairs programme, about OPEC and oil markets. Scroll to 25:30min to hear his interview.

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More Queenslanders are facing greater mortgage stress after Tuesday's sixth straight interest rate hike. Banks were swift to pass the increase on, but a leading economist says we could see some relief soon. @garthburley1  #7NEWS 

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Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman explains that only one thing causes inflation, regardless of opinions:

The British stole an estimated $45 trillion from India between 1765 and 1938. Economist Utsa Patnaik explains how British colonizers drained India of its former wealth.

More than six years after the Brexit vote, the Daily Mail gives a full page to Daniel Hannan to explain why he has a better grasp of everything currently happening than Mark Carney, the Bank of England, the Economist, the IMF, the 'markets', credit agencies, the OBR, the IFS...

Economist @StephenMoore  said it best: The Inflation Reduction Act will "reduce inflation" the same way the Affordable Care Act made healthcare more "affordable."

Hey Twitter, it’s Chief Economist Joelle Gamble. Today, @POTUS  announced a policy plan aimed at helping people with and without degrees struggling with student loan debt. I wanted to share some insights on the relationship between student debt and worker job choices.

Economist/YouGov Poll: should House try to impeach Trump? 50% yes 39% no if House impeaches, should Senate remove Trump from office? 51% yes 39% no

Just 8.4% of the world’s population live in a “full democracy” according to The Economist Intelligence Unit’s latest Democracy Index

I don’t think I’ve said this loud enough, so here goes: Every economist I know believes that the single best way to ensure a robust recovery is to beat the bug. There’s no economic health without public health.

Just returning from Orlando and Doral (Miami), Florida, and heading to the Oval Office, where I will present the great Economist, Dr. Arthur Laffer, with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Steve Moore, a great pro-growth economist and a truly fine person, has decided to withdraw from the Fed process. Steve won the battle of ideas including Tax Cuts....

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