Of the samples tested, at least 106 were found to have antibodies for Covid-19 from Dec. 13 through Dec. 16, 2019. Continue reading Americans Infected With COVID-19 Much Earlier Than “First” US Case
Covid-19 has exacerbated inequality in the U.S., with job losses falling heavily on low-wage service workers Continue reading 50 Richest Americans Are Worth As Much As The Poorest 165 Million
Just 25% of respondents think capitalism is good for society, a JUST Capital and Harris Poll has found.
The remaining 75% either say capitalism needs reform, or is irredeemable. Continue reading Only 1 in 4 Americans Think Capitalism is Good for Society
New startling data reveal than just 29% of the unemployed in the U.S. received benefits in the month of March. Payment rates varied among states. In the worst state, Florida, only 7.6% of claimants received benefits. Continue reading Study: Less than 1/3 of Unemployed Americans Received Benefits in March
As of 4/27, the billionaire mogul’s net worth was $144 billion, up from $113 earlier in the month — a 27% increase. Continue reading Jeff Bezos is Over $30 Billion Richer Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
New data show that nearly 1/3 of U.S. renters did not pay rent for the month of April.
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to ravage economic life for workers in the U.S. Continue reading Nearly 1/3 of Renters Did Not Pay Rent in April
22 million people, or 13.5% of the entire U.S. workforce has filed for unemployment in the last month. Continue reading 22 Million People Have Filed For Unemployment in the Last Month
Retail spending cratered a record 8.7% in March. The new record dwarfs the previous record of 3.9%. Continue reading Retail Sales Plunge Record 8.7% Last Month