Responsible use of #credit is a life skill. Discover how your credit score is determined in this video for parents, educators and students https://t.co/3OZg5BGWRg #FinLit #FinancialLiteracy #FinancialCapability
— St. Louis Fed (@stlouisfed) September 25, 2021
The “lump of labor” fallacy is the assumption that there is a fixed amount of work, which determines the number of jobs in an economy. The new Page One Economics issue explains why this isn’t true and where jobs come from https://t.co/5XtElvN1gL pic.twitter.com/8r02Of3mci
— St. Louis Fed (@stlouisfed) September 27, 2021
On September 27, the #GDPNow model nowcast of real GDP growth in Q32021 is 3.2%. https://t.co/T7FoDcZmZS #ATLFedResearch Download our EconomyNow app or go to our website for the latest GDPNow nowcast. https://t.co/NOSwMkQ7XS pic.twitter.com/MsDTV6xD7L
— Atlanta Fed (@AtlantaFed) September 27, 2021
— Atlanta Fed (@AtlantaFed) September 29, 2021
Texas Economic Indicators: Payrolls increased in all sectors except leisure and hospitality and construction. Oil prices rose, as did the rig count. Texas exports fell slightly and median home prices rose in all major Texas metros except Houston. https://t.co/CEeLhwBTkT
— Dallas Fed (@DallasFed) September 23, 2021
Energy Indicators: U.S. oil and gas payrolls continued to increase. More comprehensive administrative data for suggest that payrolls fell much further than initially estimated last year. Read more from @JesseBThompson about oil and natural gas prices. https://t.co/A4klcVBl2e pic.twitter.com/7KYBBwreEv
— Dallas Fed (@DallasFed) September 21, 2021
The inequities around us have made it easier for some and harder for others to reach their full economic potential. Thanks to @uclaanderson for hosting me to discuss how we can use the lessons of the pandemic to forge a more inclusive society.#UCLAForecasthttps://t.co/NI3TgWGtuY
— Mary C. Daly (@MaryDalyEcon) September 29, 2021
— Reuters Business (@ReutersBiz) September 29, 2021
LIVE NOW: @DowNewsroom's @mary_draves and @Shell_US's Glenn Wright join GEI's @martyjdurbin for a panel discussion on the ambitious #climate commitments and investments their respective companies are making to achieve a cleaner, stronger future. https://t.co/mVNz9V42MK pic.twitter.com/0bBfvwbhcL
— Global Energy Inst (@globalenergy) September 21, 2021
— Seeking Alpha (@SeekingAlpha) September 21, 2021
— Shell US (@Shell_US) September 13, 2021
⚡ Shell-owned @ubitricity plans to install 50,000 on-street electric vehicle charge posts in the UK by 2025.
— Shell (@Shell) September 1, 2021
— Shell US (@Shell_US) September 20, 2021
Is Shell Oil (RDS.A) a Great Value Stock Right Now? https://t.co/tBdpuKhdB1
— VandalsSmile (@VandalsSmile) September 29, 2021
— Jim DeTar (@JimDeTar) September 22, 2021
We are partnering with @Shell_US to construct and charter the largest U.S.-built, Jones Act LNG bunker barge of its kind, expanding both network capacity while meeting maritime and shipping demands to move to #cleanenergy.
— Crowley Maritime (@CrowleyMaritime) September 1, 2021
Shell is developing additional RNG production facilities to be located directly within operating dairieshttps://t.co/PyeIjh478L#ShellOilProductsUS #RoyalDutchShellplc #NextGen2021@Shell @Shell_US @royaldutchshel
— Indian Chemical News (@chemical_news) September 30, 2021
Petrol suppliers have given the latest update on their stock levels https://t.co/9L342DqA2b
— Cheshire Live (@CheshireLive) September 28, 2021
Watch CFO Pierre Breber talk to @ftlive about the future of the oil and gas industry as an investment, and how Chevron delivers long-term value to shareholders while lowering the carbon intensity of our operations and growing lower carbon businesses. https://t.co/0XEyG6l18i
— Chevron (@Chevron) September 27, 2021
Today Chevron, @Delta and @Google announced a project to track sustainable aviation fuel emissions data using cloud-based technology. This collaboration will help increase industry transparency as we work towards a lower carbon future. Learn more: https://t.co/pxNSRPU9gZ pic.twitter.com/8stOurf4OW
— Chevron (@Chevron) September 7, 2021
— Seeking Alpha (@SeekingAlpha) September 23, 2021
— Stocks tweets (@stocks_tweets) September 22, 2021
— Investing.com Stocks (@InvestingStockz) September 28, 2021
— TheStreet (@TheStreet) September 27, 2021
After sounding an optimistic note in the first half of the year as soaring car prices padded their profits, auto executives have become more resigned to supply chain headaches https://t.co/hSyx29sMRJ
— Bloomberg Economics (@economics) September 30, 2021
Unprecedented conditions stem from pandemic-fueled supply-chain dislocations, capacity constraints and port congestion. https://t.co/KnfBdT48mI
— Bloomberg Terminal (@TheTerminal) September 29, 2021
"Major industries were already reeling from a supply-chain crisis and record surge in energy prices. The sudden disruption to road-fuel supplies threatens to spread that pain even deeper, leaving small businesses and care workers unable to do their jobs." https://t.co/yOgXeB22tx
— European Movement UK (@euromove) September 30, 2021
BOAT BOTTLENECK: Dozens of cargo ships are waiting outside ports near Los Angeles, as surging demand for imported goods is creating problems in the U.S. supply chain. https://t.co/6p1SKaxiZx pic.twitter.com/y0f79abyVX
— ABC News (@ABC) September 30, 2021
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said it was ‘frustrating’ that supply chain bottlenecks are not improving this deep into the economic recovery, and it appears they will persist into next year and continue to prop up inflation https://t.co/qJeox5QWqB pic.twitter.com/htUeONIzlR
— Reuters Business (@ReutersBiz) September 29, 2021
Dollar Tree plans to sell products at $1.25 and $1.50 or other prices slightly above $1 in some of its stores, as supply-chain snarls, a tight labor market and inflation push costs higher https://t.co/lm24aVpAZU
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) September 29, 2021
Supply chain problems aren't temporary. They are now expected to last through 2022.
-Shipping container costs from China hit a record $20k (7x higher than last yr)
-A record # of ships sit outside ports
-Rail yards are jammed parking lotshttps://t.co/uOqQiY76NJ via @davidjlynch pic.twitter.com/cLBRdJo3X7
— Heather Long (@byHeatherLong) September 30, 2021
The backup of container ships off the coast of major ports of entry has greatly slowed the nation's supply chain, prompting new possible workarounds ahead of the busy holiday retail season. https://t.co/Q5WgPXaQrR
— Nightline (@Nightline) September 30, 2021
Flashback to Ignorance: Made in America: Not Important in the 21st Century | National Review
The current supply chain issues show us again why USA manufacturing is critical to preserving our independence and economic well-being. https://t.co/BPvfGxchs2
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) September 30, 2021
To protest vaccine mandates, Italian truckers and farmers caused a near-nation wide shut down of the supply chain for the past two days. pic.twitter.com/y6iIZrz5WM
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) September 29, 2021
The Chinese government has begun restricting electrical usage for the provinces based on how much electricity they have used so far this year. There is a green, yellow, red system that has been put in place. The map below shows the provinces and their color. pic.twitter.com/s6HtDGXj7n
— Mike Beckham (@mikebeckhamsm) September 29, 2021
The commercial pipeline that each year brings $1 trillion worth of toys, clothing, electronics and furniture from Asia to the United States is clogged and no one knows how to unclog it. https://t.co/whl0ufNE0b
— Linda Hill (@bulldoghill) October 1, 2021
Mindless COVID polices at the root of global supply chain issues.
1. Zero-risk is not attainable.
2. The risk is low enough that the global economy should be allowed back to normal.
3. The vulnerable should be careful. But the economy must go on – or bigger disaster to ensue. https://t.co/ahWViZOOjz
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) September 30, 2021
The best thing I've read on Amazon, logistics, supply chain, and what a 'personal boycott' cannot do. Really excellent: https://t.co/z00pjbmkBQ
— Anne Helen Petersen (@annehelen) September 30, 2021
Has your school nutrition program been impacted by #supplychain disruption? In this new video, we explore the challenges operators are facing, the reasons behind the disruption & ways you can minimize the impact on your program. https://t.co/rPhKxLpExD
— SchoolLunch (@SchoolLunch) September 30, 2021
"Schools across the country have food shortages (lettuce & meat, materials like plastics that make up beverage bottles)…school officials are adapting to supply chain slowdowns by modifying menus as best they can RT Food shortages impacting school mealshttps://t.co/kRJN1AAxQx
— The HighWire (@HighWireTalk) September 29, 2021
Opportunities to reduce food waste exist at every step along the supply chain from farm to table. https://t.co/23jiepC5Fj
— Scientific American (@sciam) September 30, 2021
A letter signed by 31 Dutch road transport companies, addressed to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, has called on the UK Government to save its supply chain crisis by relaxing rules on cabotage. #Brexit #supplycrisis #drivershortage https://t.co/dgCoWtvr0k
— Trans Info ENG (@TransInfoENG1) September 29, 2021
— Luke Rudkowski (@Lukewearechange) September 30, 2021
Philip Ridyard, Strait Brands: "I’ve been looking for an authentication security solution like AtalaScan for 10+ years. The timing, especially with the launch of our new brand is absolutely critical in terms of the markets we are hoping to tackle." – https://t.co/XS02dAd2ep
— Input Output (@InputOutputHK) September 30, 2021
Rabobank: How Exactly Do Central Bankers Plan To Resolve Supply Chain Bottlenecks https://t.co/WTgvVMSdnX
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) September 30, 2021
We all agree America must not default. We have a Democratic President, House, and Senate. They have decided to operate on a partisan basis. So Democrats should not play Russian roulette with our economy. They have an obligation to raise the debt ceiling and they will do it. pic.twitter.com/7RsExpcFJU
— Leader McConnell (@LeaderMcConnell) September 22, 2021
Democrats have spent all day bragging about their new “menu” of massive tax hikes that will hurt families and help China. A surprisingly honest metaphor for how they see this. Democrats dine on all the socialism and inflation they can eat and taxpayers get stuck with the check.
— Leader McConnell (@LeaderMcConnell) September 23, 2021
Senator Mitch McConnell said Democrats should do the “responsible” thing and raise the debt ceiling.
Minutes later, he blocked a vote on the Senate floor to do exactly that.
Republicans are the party of catastrophic default. pic.twitter.com/mI4MDPhuxn
— Senate Democrats (@SenateDems) September 28, 2021
Sen. Mitch McConnell and his Republican colleagues voted to default on debt they incurred and shut down the government. https://t.co/rIqwQYObUh
— Dick Durbin (@DickDurbin) September 30, 2021
This is where Senator McConnell wants to take us. All to avoid paying for the debt he helped create with the Trump tax cuts. He alone owns this disaster.https://t.co/9dDxJ5GSx9
— Senator Dick Durbin (@SenatorDurbin) September 26, 2021
Secretary Yellen warned that a default would be disastrous for millions of families and workers.
Senate Republicans have solidified themselves as the party of default.
We are working to raise the debt ceiling and avoid irreparable economic harm to people and families.
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) September 29, 2021
Sen. Van Hollen says that if Sen. McConnell votes to default on its debt, 'the American people will hold him responsible if there’s damage done.' https://t.co/cTsFzT2iyF
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) September 23, 2021
Raising the debt limit is so that we don’t default on what’s *already been spent,* including the $7.8 trillion of debt racked up during the Trump administration. https://t.co/QfQYNkp9Mv
— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) September 23, 2021
predictably awful debt ceiling/shutdown coverage from NYT: it's all about "congressional dysfunction"
it's exhausting how hard press works to not acknowledge radical/dangerous GOP; https://t.co/rVvRUmtri9
— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) September 24, 2021
A new letter from 6 former Treasury Secretaries to Congress stresses the need to raise the #debtceiling and avoid default.
Remember: Raising the debt limit does *not* authorize future spending. It allows the US to pay bills for spending it's already done. pic.twitter.com/spZLhVlk8P
— Stephanie Liebergen (@NewsLiebs) September 22, 2021
Republicans are pretty open about the fact that they don't actually want the U.S. to default on its debt—they just want to stand in the way and do everything they can to make the vote tougher on Democrats.
Responsible stuff! Normal governance!https://t.co/WYMEiwinSF
— Matt Fuller (@MEPFuller) September 24, 2021
NEW: JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon tells Reuters that the nation's largest bank is preparing for a potential U.S. credit default as debt limit talks go down to the wire in Washington. pic.twitter.com/JqWNDLJlsF
— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) September 28, 2021
The Senate minority leader blocked efforts to raise the debt ceiling, which could cause the U.S. to default on its debt. https://t.co/GIOvnhCPWA
— HuffPost (@HuffPost) September 29, 2021
Breaking News: Senate Republicans blocked a bill to avert a government shutdown and a debt default in an effort to undercut President Biden and Democrats. https://t.co/bypwKPknHp
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 27, 2021
If the U.S. failed to raise or suspend the debt limit by Oct. 18, the country would default for the first time in history, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned lawmakers on Tuesday, leading to a self-inflicted economic recession and a financial crisis. https://t.co/kKiY2mVM6H pic.twitter.com/I5kW6wbtEZ
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 28, 2021
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warns against a debt default, saying this will lead to higher interests costs of debts pic.twitter.com/6L3YOP087t
— Reuters (@Reuters) September 30, 2021
“It’s necessary to avert a catastrophic event for our economy”: Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen urged Congress on Tuesday to raise the debt ceiling, warning that failure to do so could lead the U.S. to default for the first time in history. https://t.co/UYVF93b1UO pic.twitter.com/2ijP8ttPIA
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 28, 2021
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen urges Congress to address debt limit before October 18th deadline:
“America would default for the first time in history … and our country would likely face a financial crisis and economic recession as a result.” pic.twitter.com/C0roDDuYvK
— The Recount (@therecount) September 28, 2021
Republicans ran up massive record debt during Trump’s reckless reign. Now they’re refusing to pay for it and want the US to default on their debts. It’s all too predictable from a party that spent the past five years spending like drunken socialists. https://t.co/qxP0tGIXAy
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) September 27, 2021
"If we default on the debt, not only does it impact the nearly $29 trillion we have in federal debt in this country, it impacts every state's debt, it impacts every credit card that a family may have, every housing loan, every auto loan, everything." – Sen. Tester @SenatorTester pic.twitter.com/jDQTTr1PJV
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) September 28, 2021
Leader Schumer: "Never has there been a default caused by pure stupidity — in this case, Republican stupidity."
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 30, 2021
Gen. Mark Milley said his call to his Chinese counterpart and other communications at that level is "critical to the security of the United States."
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) September 28, 2021
"If an enemy of the United States wanted to decapitate America’s national security leadership, they could hardly do a better job of it than Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley have by blocking scores of top nominees," writes @djrothkopf https://t.co/MVTcCmNysw
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) September 28, 2021