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New York Times

The Longer It Lasts, the More a Shutdown Could Hurt the Economy
New York Times
As a whole, shutdowns cost the economy at least 0.1 percentage point of growth per week, and probably much more, the Congressional Research Service surmised in a report in 2014. A separate report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, part of a larger ...

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The Denver Post

Trump claims credit for what is still mostly Obama's economy
The Denver Post
“We tend to overstate the degree to which the president has the ability to control the economy.” The U.S. public appears to have a similar view, according to a Quinnipiac University poll last week. It found that two-thirds of American voters say the ...
Trump takes credit for the good economy. Here's what economists sayPBS NewsHour
What Trump's Tax Cut Really Means for the US EconomyProject Syndicate
On 'rocket fuel': Economy roars to life during Trump's first yearWashington Times
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Washington Post

Poll finds public optimistic about the economy, critical of Trump, split on issues
Washington Post
Americans have reached a split-screen assessment of the state of the country at the end of President Trump's first year in office, expressing the most positive views about the economy in nearly two decades while giving Trump historically low approval ...
CNN Poll: Economic boost buoys Trump, but negatives abound ...CNN
Americans Agree with Trump: The Economy Is Doing GreatNewsweek
Americans' Satisfaction With Economy Reaches 17-Year High, Poll FindsWall Street Journal

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USA TODAY

Trump trolls marchers by casting rallies as celebration of strong economy
USA TODAY
President Trump, in a deft exercise of tweet-trolling, cheered on the Women's March Saturday, urging participants to turn out in big numbers to celebrate a strong economy and low unemployment rate for women. With the presidential tongue firmly ...

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Long shutdown could hurt economy, a short one just 'a blip'
Fox Business
Economists and investment advisers interviewed by The Associated Press generally didn't foresee the shutdown that began Saturday lasting long enough to stifle the economy much. With pivotal elections in November, both parties would want to shield ...

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Business Insider

GOLDMAN SACHS: The government shutdown will take a toll on the US economy, but the pain won't last long
Business Insider
Expect the government shutdown to slowly drain the US economy, says Goldman Sachs. Now that the federal government has failed to successfully negotiate a funding bill, first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) will slip by 0.2 percentage points for ...

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Quartz

Yale's Robert Shiller would flunk Trump for his economic policies ...
Quartz
Yale economics professor and Nobel prize winner Robert Shiller says he's not a tough grader. But when it comes to US president Donald Trump's first year in office, he told BBC World Service that he would give the former real estate tycoon a one or two ...

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BBC News

Donald Trump and the US economy in six charts
BBC News
Donald Trump took his place in the White House exactly one year ago. Since then he has repeatedly claimed to be behind a new rise in the American economy. Here, six charts explore his relationship with US growth, the labour market and trade. 1. The ...

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Axios

Trump tweets: "perfect day" for women to march to celebrate economy
Axios
Women around the country and the world are taking to the streets in marches, one year after millions marched to protest Donald Trump's inauguration. The president's reaction: Beautiful weather all over our great country, a perfect day for all Women to ...

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Newsweek

How Much Does A Government Shutdown Cost? It Could Cost US Economy Billions
Newsweek
Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. Senate failed to reach an agreement on a stopgap budget bill Friday and it could cost the economy billions. The last time the government shutdown in 2013 for 16 days the U.S. economy took a $24 billion hit ...


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