WASHINGTON- Today, July 16th at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Senior Advisor to the President David Axelrod and Deputy Director of the National Economic Council Diana Farrell will hold a media conference call to discuss how yesterdayâs historic passage of Wall Street …
Reports will include leading economic indicators for June, and corporate earnings from Goldman Sachs, McDonaldâs, Banana and many other companies.
What was supposed to be a relatively short finance committee meeting turned into a full-blown debate Friday afternoon when the topic of under-funding the Jefferson City Public Works Department came to the table.
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee is likely to meet state finance ministers on Wednesday to discuss constitutional amendments needed for rolling out proposed GST from next fiscal.
European stock markets rose Monday as investors looked past a downgrade of Ireland’s public debt and instead bet on a rebound on Wall Street later after sharp losses last week.
Wall Street was set for a bounce on Monday, following a sharp fall in the previous session, when disappointing revenue from bellwethers reporting results, and downbeat consumer sentiment data, hurt equities.
Photo by Keri Wood. Richard Fagan, the new associate superintendent of finance and school support for the Elk Grove Unified School District. The next several months will be tense but never dull for Richard Fagan.
The Finance Ministry and the Israel Antitrust Authority still haven’t been able to come to a compromise on a new antitrust law to decrease the concentration of power in the economy, due to a demand to exempt the insurance companies from the proposal.
Wall Street stocks began the third quarter with another loss after reports on jobs raised economic worries.
A new special report published in The Economist this week looks at Egyptâs important economic and political role in the Middle East. Its economy, long seen as fragile, has strengthened greatly in recent years, weathering the global recession with surprising ease.