Report: GDP Surged At 4.9% In Third Quarter

Q3 spending surged in the U.S. as Americans felt confident spending money (image via Depositphotos)

According to the Commerce Department, gross domestic product surged at a 4.9% annual rate over the summer as the job market continued strong, and falling inflation gave Americans confidence to spend on goods and services.

This news comes on the heels of solid 2%-plus readings in the first two quarters of the year. Not quite the doom and gloom you keep hearing about from some folks.  Continue reading “Report: GDP Surged At 4.9% In Third Quarter”

GDP, Monkeypox + More News

The World Health Organization is suggesting men who have sex with men limit the number of contacts they have due to monkeypox

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Instinct Magazine: The World Health Organization recommends that men who have sex with other men (MSM) limit the number of their sexual partners as the monkeypox virus continues its spread. It’s important to note that sexual contact isn’t required to contract the virus which can also be spread from hugging, or touching clothing or bed linens. Continue reading “GDP, Monkeypox + More News”