Anirban reports on average hourly earnings, the dwindling number of new entrants to the real estate market, large metropolitan areas losing population, Americans struggling to meet expenses, and those struggling to save for retirement.
Anirban gives us the latest on the U.S. economy's solid performance, manufacturing output in the U.S., interest rates on credit cards, the U.S. fertility rate decline, and the rise of foreign born workers.
Anirban reports on a variety of economic indicators including lipstick sales and pet thefts, the debate on whether rideshare drivers should be employees or independent contractors, the aging of society, Japan's government debt, the college admissions edge of the wealthy.
Anirban reports on Germany's economy, how technology and automation are splitting the U.S. labor market, American striking activity, healthcare mergers, and women breaking into the highest income tiers.
Anirban comments on the links between student loan debt and a decline in homeownership, the economic outlook for employees without degrees, declining union membership, understanding economic growth, and government borrowing.
Anirban comments on the 2018 labor market, how to analyze a city's growth prospects, eurozone economic growth, understanding Japan's economic expansion, and the labor force participation of Millenial women.
Anirban comments on the geographic concentration of wealth, the fastest growing states by population, the decline in hours worked over time, education professionals leaving the workforce, and the possibility of a recession.
Anirban reports on the U.S. trade deficit, the rise of traditionally male-dominated industries, the current housing boom, increased spending for public works, and the rise of the family office in global finance options.
Anirban discusses rising trade barriers and consumers' choices, the strong economic performance of some American cities, Puerto Rico's post Hurricane Maria progress, the economic consequences of pollution, and Millennial's spending habits.
Anirban comments on Amazon's decision to locate its new headquarters in New York and Crystal City, Virginia, wage convergence, dimishing opportunities for poorer Americans, rapid growth in business investment, and fertility rates.
Anirban gives us the latest news on the female unemployment rate, Americans' attitudes on their financial situation, wage growth, the lingering effects of Hurricane Maria, and the employment rate of Millenial males.
Anirban gives us the latest on the pace of growth around the globe, rapidly accumulating student debt, the rise of unwed parents, technology companies founded by immigrants, and workers without college degrees.