INEQUALITY

INEQUALITY

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  1. President of the Federal Reserve Bank on Minneapolis Neel Kashkari speaks during an interview in Ne

    Fed officials stress need to factor in structural inequities when evaluating economy

    Policymakers need to keep diversity and structural racial inequalities in mind when analyzing the labor market and other measures of the economy, ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President Mary Daly poses in San Francisco

    Fed isn't fueling US inequality, Daly says

    San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly on Tuesday defended the U.S. central bank from criticism that its easy monetary policy and ...
  3. US jobs

    Commentary: Welcome to the post-coronavirus United States of despair

    Those entering the US labour market in 2020 will have a lower earnings path throughout their working lives, say two observers.
  4. FILE PHOTO: A woman counts U.S. dollar bills at her home in Buenos Aires

    America's billionaire wealth jumps by more than half a trillion during COVID-19 pandemic: Report

    During the 11 weeks from Mar 18, when US lockdowns started, the wealth of America's richest people surged by over US$565 billion, while 42.6 ...
  5. Elderly man using mobile phone

    Commentary: COVID-19 has revealed a new disadvantaged group among us – digital outcasts

    Instances from the ground reveal significant struggle in terms of digital literacy and skills, particularly among low-income households, the ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: The Collegers and the Oppidans teams compete during the Eton Wall Game at Eton college

    COVID-19 shines a light on inequality, Britain's elite Eton College says

    The coronavirus outbreak will usher in profound change akin to the societal transformation that followed the two World Wars because of mounting ...
  7. african children water covid-19

    Commentary: COVID-19 will deepen global inequality

    As with inequality within countries, inequality between rich and poor countries will radically shape people’s experiences of this pandemic, says ...