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Three Long-Term Shifts in the US Budget Picture

Here are three long-term shifts in the US budget picture, based on the most recent The Budget and Economic Outlook: 2024 to 2034 from the Congressional Budget Office (February 2024).

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The Euro at 25: Celebrating 25 Years of the Euro

The European Union commemorates the 25th anniversary of its single currency in 2024.

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The Fed Cannot Cut Rates as Fast as Markets Want

Market participants started the year with aggressive expectations of rapid and large rate cuts.

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Fintech Leaders Call for Stricter AI Regulation at Parliamentary Summit

Leaders from the financial services industry have called on the government and regulators to introduce robust legislation to boost market confidence in the use of artificial intelligence (AI).

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Ensuring London's Enduring Role as a Leading Global Financial Hub in the Post-Brexit Era

London's historical significance as a global financial hub is undeniable.

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Surprising Surge in US Jobs Defies Economic Slowdown Predictions

In a surprising turn of events, the US job market witnessed robust growth in January, with employers adding a staggering 353,000 jobs.

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Reality Check on Median Household Income

In studies of voters, politicians, and elections, it’s common to hear a mention of the “median voter,” the voter who is in the center of the distribution. In this admittedly simplified model, if a politician can attract everyone from their side, plus the median voter, then that politician has a majority.

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