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The Weekly Wrap
The Washington Post’s Catherine Rampell and Politico’s Sudeep Reddy on consumer sentiment, China applying for the TPP Trade Group and more of this week’s economic news.
Hundreds of thousands of freight containers wait to be offloaded at ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Shortages happen when demand is greater than supply. When it comes to computer chips, there are problems on both sides of that equation.
The central bank can "be an assist" on climate risk, says economist Claudia Sahm, but Congress sets the priorities.
Drive-thru coffee shops are attractive to companies because they require fewer employees — especially beneficial during a worker shortage.