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This economic expansion's longer than the one in the 1990s. What's changed since then?

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 1, 2019
Growth is slower this time, and the rich are accruing more of the gains.
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Fertility and the economy

Americans are having fewer babies, and it might have to do with the economy

by , and Jan 22, 2019
Since the Great Recession hit in late 2007, fertility rates have been declining in the United States. A recent CDC study helps make the link between fertility and the economy.
"We know there's a link between the economy and fertility," says Gretchen Livingston of the Pew Research Center. "But at the same time you know by many measures the economy has recovered and fertility has not."
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The TPP's economic impact

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Fewer homeowners are now 'underwater'

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IMF chief wants U.S. to raise the minimum wage

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