Thursday April 2, 2020
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BY Masao Suzuki | San Jose, CA | 3/15/20
From the corporate magic of Disneyland in California to the bright lights of Broadway in New York City, to the famous tourist sites of Paris, France and Rome, Italy, lights are literally going out as more and more businesses shut down, as of today, March 15.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 2/26/20
For a second day in a row, U.S. stock prices fell about 3% Tuesday, February 25.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 2/25/20
U.S. stocks got a reality check on Monday, February 24, with the Dow falling more than 1000 points, or 3.5%.
BY Masao Suzuki | San Jose, CA | 2/01/20
U.S. and European stocks fell again on Friday, January 31. With the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) down more than 600 points, or 2%, U.S. stock markets ended up with a small loss for the whole of January.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 10/03/19
The U.S. stock market started October with back-to-back declines fueled by growing fears of a recession.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 6/10/19
More cracks showed up in the U.S. economic expansion as the May employment report saw a gain of only 75,000 net new jobs, less than half what most economists expected.
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BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 5/08/19
On Tuesday, May 7, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) fell almost 500 points, or close to 2%.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 4/27/19
On Friday, April 26, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) issued its first report on economic growth in 2019. The country’s Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, which measures the total production of goods and services, grew at a 3.2% annual rate during the first three months of the year (January to March). This was stronger than most economists expected.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 12/22/18
At 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, December 22, nine of 15 agencies of the federal government will shut down over President Trump’s demand for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 10/07/18
On, Sept. 30, Canada agreed to changes in NAFTA pushed by the Trump administration following an earlier agreement by Mexico. The New NAFTA still needs to be approved by the legislators of all three countries, and a vote is not expected in the U.S. Congress until early next year. Wall Street seemed satisfied with the agreement, with most U.S. stock market indices going up the next day.
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