US Recovery Doesn’t Depend on a Stimulus Deal, Kudlow Says
Economy
US Recovery Doesn’t Depend on a Stimulus Deal, Kudlow Says

A fiscal stimulus deal isn’t essential to the U.S. recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, though the Trump administration and Congressional Democrats will keep talking, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said. “Well no, I don’t think it’s dead at all,”... Read More

Kudlow Says Extra Jobless Payments Will End as Planned in July
Economy
Kudlow Says Extra Jobless Payments Will End as Planned in July

The $600-a-week bonus payments made to some Americans laid off during the coronavirus pandemic will end as planned in July, said White House economic director Larry Kudlow. Congress in March approved the extra money on top of state unemployment payments... Read More

Kudlow Says Government Could Take Equity Stakes in Companies That Want Aid
Business
Kudlow Says Government Could Take Equity Stakes in Companies That Want Aid

WASHINGTON — The White House’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, said the administration may consider asking for an equity stake in corporations that want coronavirus aid from taxpayers. “One of the ideas is, if we provide assistance, we might take... Read More

Trump Move Could Spark Another Exodus of US Jobs Researchers
In The News
Trump Move Could Spark Another Exodus of US Jobs Researchers

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump has called its work “phony.” His Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney warned that President Barack Obama was “manipulating” its numbers. Economic adviser Larry Kudlow termed one of its reports “very fluky.” Is it a House... Read More

Kudlow Pushes Back On Recession, Says U.S.-China Calls Positive
Economy
Kudlow Pushes Back On Recession, Says U.S.-China Calls Positive

WASHINGTON — Larry Kudlow pushed back Sunday on the notion that the U.S. economy is headed toward a recession, and said recent phone calls between U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators had produced more “positive news.” Kudlow, the White House National... Read More

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