More Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck No Matter The Income BracketThe number of people living paycheck to paycheck is on the rise, for consumers across all income brackets.
War In Ukraine Has Sparked A Scramble For DollarsThe US dollar serves as the backbone of the global economy and is considered the safest currency to hold. So in times of uncertainty, investors like to stock up.
Dig Deep As Cost Of Living Continues To RiseThe cost of living is still on the rise. A new report shows prices for everyday items are once again increasing, including Valentine's Day gifts for that special someone.
'Put The American People First': Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio Urges Biden To Pass $2,000 Stimulus AidFlorida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio is calling on President-Elect Joe Biden to support increasing stimulus money from $600 to $2,000, on his first day in office as a show of unity following the D.C. insurrection last week.
What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
Florida Coronavirus Update: Gov. Ron DeSantis Trying To Fix Unemployment Benefits BacklogFlorida’s March unemployment jumped to 4.3 percent, according to numbers released Friday by the state leading to a strong demand for unemployment benefit applications but the state is still having issues with the website.
Vice President Mike Pence Touts Jobs, Economy During Florida VisitVice President Mike Pence has returned to vote-rich Florida, hoping to draw attention to the Trump administration's record on jobs and the economy.
South Florida Mayors Launch Strategy To Address Environmental, Economic & Social ChallengesSouth Florida Mayors helped unveil 'Resilient 305' on Thursday morning, a 20-year strategy to tackle environmental, economic and social challenges for our region.
Trump Touts Economic Surge; Grew At Fastest Pace Since 2014The US economy surged into high gear in the Spring, growing at the fastest pace in almost four years.
Dow Falls 287 Points As Trade War Fears EscalateWall Street has tried to ignore warning signs about a trade war for months. It can't any longer. The Dow sank 287 points on Tuesday.
Fed Raises Interest Rates, More Hikes ComingInterest rates are going up again as the economy gets hotter.
Starting Salaries For The Class Of 2018There should be a lot more job openings for the college class of 2018, but starting salaries won't be much higher than last year.
Dow Tumbles 572 Points As Trade War Fears Pummel StocksStocks tumbled Friday as trade tensions between the United States and China heated up.
Dow Drops 459 Points As Amazon Tumbles, Trade War Fears RiseThe Dow closed down 459 points on Monday amid trade war fears and a presidential attack on Amazon.
Dow Jumps 600 Points As Trade War Fears CoolWall Street's trade war fears are easing — for now. The Dow jumped more than 600 points Monday after its worst week in two years.