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Spending bill, Rail traffic, Rig count, Saudi pricing

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This alone could add maybe 2% to nominal GDP.How much real output it adds is another question, of course: Trump signs massive spending deal into law and ends year’s second government shutdown Self-professed fiscal hawks in the House also opposed the bill. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated Thursday that it would cost about 0 billion. Most of that would come in the first year.The deal includes: A 5 billion increase in military spending; A 1 billion boost to domestic program spending; Nearly billion in funding for disaster relief efforts in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico; Two years of funding for community health centers; Another four-year extension of the Children’s Health Insurance Program, for a total of a decade; Funding for existing

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This alone could add maybe 2% to nominal GDP.
How much real output it adds is another question, of course:

Trump signs massive spending deal into law and ends year’s second government shutdown

Self-professed fiscal hawks in the House also opposed the bill. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated Thursday that it would cost about $320 billion. Most of that would come in the first year.
The deal includes:

  • A $165 billion increase in military spending;
  • A $131 billion boost to domestic program spending;
  • Nearly $90 billion in funding for disaster relief efforts in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico;
  • Two years of funding for community health centers;
  • Another four-year extension of the Children’s Health Insurance Program, for a total of a decade;
  • Funding for existing infrastructure programs related to transportation, drinking water and broadband.
  • Spending bill, Rail traffic, Rig count, Saudi pricing
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    Spending bill, Rail traffic, Rig count, Saudi pricing

    Spending bill, Rail traffic, Rig count, Saudi pricing

    WARREN MOSLER
    Warren Mosler is an American economist and theorist, and one of the leading voices in the field of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). Presently, Warren resides on St. Croix, in the US Virgin Islands, where he owns and operates Valance Co., Inc.

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