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Looking for a Job in the Arts? Try North Dakota, New Study Suggests

5 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

A new report by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) of the US Department of Commerce tracks the economic impact of the arts nationally and state by state. The post Looking for a Job in the Arts? Try North Dakota, New Study Suggests appeared first on Hyperallergic.

NEA study explains financial effect of the arts nationally — and California's huge cultural economy

Data released Wednesday by the National Endowment for the Arts, in a joint effort with the Bureau of Economic Analysis, offers an argument for keeping arts funding alive at a time when the Trump administration seeks to eliminate the NEA altogether. The data, which look at the economic role of the...

Trade Deficit declines to $43.6 Billion in February

From the Department of Commerce reported:The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, through the Department of Commerce, announced today that the goods and services deficit was $43.6 billion in February, down $4.6 billion from $48.2 billion in January, revised. Show More Summary

Ford Foundation Prez: The Arts Aren't Frill - Why We Need To Fund The NEA

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Darren Walker: "The fact is, America’s economy depends on the arts.  As of 2014, the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates, our nation’s creative sector contributes nearly $730 billion to our GDP—a larger share than 44 states.  It supports 4.8 million jobs, from schools to galleries, theaters, and beyond.  And it supplies an enormous […]

Personal Spending Slowed in February, with Modest Growth in Income

The Bureau of Economic Analysis said that personal spending slowed in February, even as it expanded for the 25th straight month. Personal consumption expenditures rose 0.1 percent in February, down...

The Last Two Times After The Government Reported Data Like This, Stocks Crashed

Authored by Wolf Richter via WolfStreet.com, Wall Street claims surge in stocks is based on rising corporate earnings. So, let’s see. The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis released its third estimate of fourth quarter 2016 GDP and corporate profits today. Show More Summary

Personal Income increased 0.4% in February, Spending increased 0.1%

The BEA released the Personal Income and Outlays report for February: Personal income increased $57.7 billion (0.4 percent) in February according to estimates released today by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.... personal consumption expenditures (PCE) increased $7.4 billion (0.1 percent)....Real PCE decreased 0.1 percent. Show More Summary

Real GDP Growth in the Fourth Quarter Increased to 2.1%

The Bureau of Economic Analysis said that the U.S. economy grew 2.1 percent at the annual rate in the fourth quarter, up from earlier estimates of 1.9 percent. The upward...

U.S. Trade Deficit Rose to its Highest Level since March 2012

The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Census Bureau said that the U.S. trade deficit rose to its highest level since March 2012, or nearly five years. It increased from...

Trade Deficit at $48.5 Billion in January

From the Department of Commerce reported:The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, through the Department of Commerce, announced today that the goods and services deficit was $48.5 billion in January, up $4.2 billion from $44.3 billion in December, revised. Show More Summary

Personal Spending Slowed in January after the Strong Gains Seen in December

The Bureau of Economic Analysis said that personal spending slowed in January after the strong gains in December. Personal consumption expenditures rose 0.2 percent in January, off from the more-robust...

Personal Income increased 0.4% in January, Spending increased 0.2%

The BEA released the Personal Income and Outlays report for January: Personal income increased $63.0 billion (0.4 percent) in January according to estimates released today by the Bureau of Economic Analysis... personal consumption expenditures (PCE) increased $22.2 billion (0.2 percent)....Real PCE decreased 0.3 percent. Show More Summary

4th Quarter GDP Revision: Better Consumer Spending Offset by Weaker (but Still Positive) Business Investment

The Bureau of Economic Analysis said that the U.S. economy grew 1.9 percent at the annual rate in the fourth quarter, unchanged from an earlier estimate. This was slightly less...

Here comes GDP...

The second print for the US gross domestic product in the fourth quarter of 2016 is expected to be released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis at 8:30 a.m. ET. Economists are expected the measure of the US economy to come in at 2.1%,...Show More Summary

Piketty: the poorest half of Americans saw a "total collapse" in their share of the country's wealth

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

In a new analysis of the World Income Database published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, Thomas Piketty and colleagues from the Paris School of Economics and UC Berkeley, describe a "collapse" of the share of US national...Show More Summary

U.S. Trade Deficit Edged Down Somewhat in December

The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Census Bureau said that the U.S. trade deficit edged down somewhat, down from $45.73 billion in November to $44.26 billion in December. For...

Trade Deficit at $44.3 Billion in December

From the Department of Commerce reported:The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, through the Department of Commerce, announced today that the goods and services deficit was $44.3 billion in December, down $1.5 billion from $45.7 billion in November, revised. Show More Summary

US Trade Deficit In 2016 Was The Biggest In Four Years

In a report that will be closely watched by Donald Trump, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis announced that the US trade deficit in December decreased modestly last December: In the last month of 2016, the US deficit decreased from...Show More Summary

Americans Accelerated Their Spending at Year’s End

The Bureau of Economic Analysis said that personal spending accelerated at year’s end, rising 0.5 percent in December. This was its fastest monthly pace since September, boosted by strong growth...

Personal Income increased 0.3% in December, Spending increased 0.5%

The BEA released the Personal Income and Outlays report for December: Personal income increased $50.2 billion (0.3 percent) in December according to estimates released today by the Bureau of Economic Analysis... personal consumption expenditures (PCE) increased $63.1 billion (0.5 percent)....Real PCE increased 0.3 percent. Show More Summary

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