U.S. government posts widest deficit since 2012 The U.S. government closed the 2018 fiscal year $779 billion in the red, its highest deficit in six years, as Republican-led tax cuts pinched revenues and... Reuters 3 days ago - Front Page Also reported by • Reuters India • SeattlePI.com • Newsy • New Zealand Herald
Federal Deficit Jumps 17 Percent As Tax Cuts Eat Into Government Revenue The federal deficit ballooned to $779 billion in the fiscal year just ended — a remarkable tide of red ink for a country not mired in recession or war. NPR 2 days ago - Politics
US: Fiscal 2018 budget deficit rises to 3.9% of GDP from 3.5% in fiscal 2017 According to the data released by the U.S. Treasury Department, the federal government recorded its highest deficit in six years with $779 billion in the fiscal... FXstreet.com 3 days ago - Markets Also reported by • New Zealand Herald Business Highlights ___ Girdles and socket wrenches: Sears was the Amazon of its day Before there was Amazon, there was Sears, America's everything-under-one-roof store and the... SeattlePI.com 3 days ago - Business
Mitch McConnell Reveals Plan To Tackle Economic Debt 00:47
Senate Majority Mitch McConnell on Tuesday advanced a longtime Republican policy goal on how to tackle the debt during an interview Tuesday, but the idea probably won't gain a foothold anytime..
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Federal Deficit Jumps to Highest Rate in 6 Years 01:23
Federal Deficit Jumps to
Highest Rate in 6 Years The White House blamed the
$779 billion deficit on
government spending. Mick Mulvaney, White House budget director, via NPR Government spending
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Federal Budget Deficit Widens Under Trump 00:36
According to Reuters, the federal government closed the 2018 fiscal year in $779 billion of debt. The large federal budget deficit is partly responsible because of new tax cuts that cut-out revenue...
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Argentina launches austerity measures as peso slides 01:15
ARGENTINA — Argentina has announced new austerity measures in a bid to stem its current currency crisis.
This comes ahead of receiving a $50 billion loan from the International Monetary..
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