For Now, the Fed Will Hold Interest Rates Steady

Last week, the Federal Reserve opted to hold its key interest rate in place, but left the door open for a potential hike in June. The move came after a two-day meeting, where the Fed’s policymaking committee dismissed concerns about the economy’s slow pace of growth during the first three months of the year, calling… Read more »

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US Students Suffer From Lack of Economic Education

By the time students graduate from high school, we hope that they’ve had the opportunity to learn all the basic skills they’ll need to succeed in adulthood. During the course of our K-12 education we learn everything from how to drive a car, to how to think critically about different political ideologies. Wouldn’t it make… Read more »

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