WSJ News Exclusive | WSJ Survey: U.S. Economic Growth Will Exceed 4% in 2021

The U.S. economic system will develop 4.3% this 12 months, because the nation exits the grip of the coronavirus pandemic, economists forecast in a Wall…

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U.S. Unemployment Claims Rise as Pandemic Weighs on Economy

Worker filings for preliminary jobless claims jumped to just about a million final week, indicating rising layoffs amid a surge in Covid-19 cases at first…

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Italy’s Government Teeters Over How to Revive the Economy Post-Covid-19

ROME—In the depths of the pandemic, one signal of normality is returning to Italy: political instability. The authorities of Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is struggling…

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More Wine Tariffs Imposed on France and Germany by U.S.

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration mentioned it is going to goal extra French and German wine and spirits with 25% tariffs beginning Jan. 12, within the newest…

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U.S. Household Spending Drops for First Time in Seven Months

U.S. households lower spending in November for the primary drop in seven months in one other signal the coronavirus is weighing on financial progress. Personal…

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Airlines to Bring Back Thousands of Workers After Passage of Covid-19 Aid Bill

Airlines are making ready to name again tens of hundreds of employees they let go in October now that Congress has accepted authorities help to…

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Covid-19 Aid Package Set for Final Votes in House, Senate

WASHINGTON—Congress ready to vote Monday on a sweeping year-end package that included roughly $900 billion of reduction for households and companies battered by the coronavirus…

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What Is in the $900 Billion Covid-19 Aid Bill

Congress is ready to pass a $900 billion Covid-19 aid bill that features help for households and companies, in addition to funding for vaccine distribution…

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Congress Eyes Targeted Coronavirus Aid for Small Businesses

WASHINGTON—Lawmakers contemplating a recent spherical of monetary support for small companies are specializing in corporations with fewer staff that would present they’ve been harm by…

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Biden Pick for USDA Throws Tom Vilsack Back Into Food-Policy Fight

President-elect Joe Biden’s selection this week of former U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to again head the agency taps a familiar Farm Belt…

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