Fiscal and Economic News from
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July 2023

Source: NBC News
Jul 26, 2023
With Consumer Prices Still Overheated, the Federal Reserve Is Set to Crank Up Interest Rates Again
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Source: The Wall Street Journal
Jul 24, 2023
Why the Fed Isn’t Ready to Declare Victory on Inflation
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Source: The Washington Post
Jul 24, 2023
The Federal Government Could Shut Down in October. Here’s How and Why.
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Source: POLITICO
Jul 24, 2023
House Republicans Start Their Funding Rumble With Shutdown Looming
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Source: Reuters
Jul 20, 2023
US Weekly Jobless Claims Fall to Two-Month Low
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Source: Roll Call
Jul 20, 2023
‘SALT’ Shakes Up House GOP Tax Package Discussions
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Source: The Washington Post
Jul 18, 2023
House GOP Seeks Billions in Cuts to Rail, Water Infrastructure Spending
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Source: The New York Times
Jul 17, 2023
Jerome Powell’s Prized Labor Market Is Back. Can He Keep It?
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Source: POLITICO
Jul 13, 2023
Inflation Eases but Fed Can’t Conquer Housing Prices
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Source: AP News
Jul 13, 2023
US Wholesale Prices for June Point to Further Easing of Inflation Pressures
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Source: The New York Times
Jul 12, 2023
Inflation Cools Sharply in June, Good News for Consumers and the Fed
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Source: NPR
Jul 7, 2023
The U.S. Added 209,000 Jobs in June, Showing That Hiring Is Slowing but Still Solid
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Source: The New York Times
Jul 7, 2023
Fed Watchers to Parse June Jobs Report Closely
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June 2023

Source: The New York Times
Jun 30, 2023
Key Inflation Gauge Cooled in May, a Glimmer of Good News for the Fed
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Source: Axios
Jun 30, 2023
Fed's Preferred Inflation Gauge Cools Alongside Consumer Spending Slowdown
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Source: The New York Times
Jun 29, 2023
Fed Chair Says He Expects Slower Rate Increases to Continue
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Source: Roll Call
Jun 28, 2023
CBO Says Long-Term Debt Lower Than Forecast Last Year
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Source: The Washington Post
Jun 28, 2023
Federal Debt to Soar, CBO Predicts, Despite GOP-Led Spending Standoff
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Source: The New York Times
Jun 21, 2023
Fed Chair Sees ‘Long Way to Go’ on Inflation Fight
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Source: AP News
Jun 20, 2023
Fed’s Powell: More Rate Hikes Are Likely This Year to Fight Still-High Inflation
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Source: The New York Times
Jun 16, 2023
U.S. National Debt Tops $32 Trillion for First Time
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Source: The Washington Post
Jun 13, 2023
Inflation Eased Further in May but Remains Above Normal Levels
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Source: NPR
Jun 13, 2023
Cheaper Eggs and Gas Lead Inflation Lower in May, but Higher Prices Pop Up Elsewhere
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Source: AP News
Jun 13, 2023
US Consumer Price Growth Slowed Last Month as Inflation Shows Signs of Steady Decline
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Source: POLITICO
Jun 12, 2023
Fed Poised for Respite on Rate Hikes. Now the Hurt Begins.
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