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2022 – Former Treasury secretary and outspoken supporter of inflation criticizes Democrats for choosing not to close a loophole for wealthy investors.

Download here Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers addresses the Spring Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Washington, D.C. on April 16, 2015. Nicholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images Summers rejected the idea that Democrats were allowing a loophole for wealthy investors to stay in place. He also appeared to attack Sinema, whose investment industry is among ...

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2022 – Stock Market Rebound Quiet After Fed Official Says ‘Far From Inflation Triumph’ – Live Business | Business

The FTSE 100 index stabilized as Fed officials said inflation ‘victory’ remains elusive Good morning and welcome to our live coverage of business, economics and financial markets. Stock markets around the world rebounded after US CPI inflation slowed in July. However, Federal Reserve officials have done their best to ensure that the world’s largest and most powerful economy is not ...

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2022 – Why do I think tax credits for electric vehicles will work in the Inflation Mitigation Act

There has been a lot of discussion about the revised tax credits for electric vehicles, which we’ll see as part of the recently passed inflation-cutting legislation. While the bill contained many other things, including a controversial expansion of the IRS, the clean tech world focused on how the bill would affect electric cars. Unfortunately, there are no easy answers. About ...

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2022 – As Biden fights inflation and creates a green economy for the US, Britain is left behind | Carys Roberts

aOver the weekend, US Democrats overcame a months-long political struggle to pass an anti-inflation law in the Senate, marking a major victory for President Joe Biden and “primitives” ahead of the US midterm elections. The bill represents the largest climate investment in US history of $369 billion in climate and clean energy, and is expected to enable the United States ...

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2022 – Public services need an additional £44 billion to deal with inflation by 2025, says IFS | Public Finance

The government needs to spend an additional £44 billion on public services over the next three years to keep pace with rising inflation and avoid sharp cuts, according to an analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies. In a review of rising public sector costs, the International Financial Services Corporation said that without additional funding, government budgets would be swamped ...

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