Monthly Archives: March 2012

United States Job Openings Fall in January.

United States job openings, which reached a three and one-half year high last December, fell from 3.54 million to 3.46 million in January, according to the United States Labor Department. The numbers suggest that hiring could continue at a healthy … Continue reading

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Bernanke Says United States Economy Still Weak.

Speaking to a group of economists in Arlington, Virginia last week, Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Ben Bernanke cautioned that, despite recent gains in employment and hiring, economic growth remains weak. In fact, Bernanke expressed surprise that current economic growth – … Continue reading

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Small Business Bill Makes it Past Debate in United States Senate.

A bill aimed at making it easier for small businesses to raise capital moved past debate in the United States Senate last week by a 76 to 22 vote. The bill had previously passed the House by an overwhelming margin, … Continue reading

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