Real Time Economics

Real Time Economics

@WSJecon

Followers802.6K
Following98

Economic insight from The Wall Street Journal. Want more? Sign up for our daily Real Time Economics newsletter: https://t.co/HX7UM0pmuK

Washington, D.C.
Joined on September 17, 2008
Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @WSJecon and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
34 minutes
Average replies
2
Average retweets
22
Average likes
26
Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

30. in country United States and category Daily News

200. in country United States and category Media

304. in category Daily News

Parsing the Fed: How the July Statement Changed From June https://t.co/YfZQdh5EPn

Coronavirus pandemic weighs more heavily on Black-owned businesses, Fed report says https://t.co/O4dolnnJRZ

Transcript: Fed Chief Jerome Powell discusses the economy’s "extraordinarily uncertain" path https://t.co/DRdVWbL2RN

The U.S. expects to borrow an additional $2 trillion in the second half of the year as federal spending ramps up to combat the coronavirus pandemic, the Treasury Department said. https://t.co/2QIOVK5N5z

The U.S. expects to borrow an additional $2 trillion in the second half of the year as federal spending ramps up to combat the coronavirus pandemic, the Treasury Department said. https://t.co/Rr7ItytTcC

The coronavirus hasn’t yet inflicted long-term damage to the U.S. economy, the Fed's Richard Clarida said, but the risk will grow the longer the pandemic lasts https://t.co/kR9FMWePrP

Central bankers warn that the coronavirus pandemic "will weigh heavily" on economy, reiterate pledge to support eventual recovery https://t.co/YrQTlwhzRN

U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer, Chinese Vice Premier Liu to discuss China’s compliance with phase-one deal https://t.co/aUeXwfF54e

“The Fed has vigorously embraced its role as a global lender of last resort.” How coronavirus got the central bank to drop its resistance to becoming the world’s backup lender. https://t.co/Iyco2CqJCR

Mortgage-finance giant Fannie Mae reports drop in households that have suspended loan payments https://t.co/QkV8VRj0UM

U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer, Chinese Vice Premier Liu to discuss China’s compliance with phase-one deal https://t.co/lpVmSrGOtF

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell accused Democrats of stalling and giving too little ground in coronavirus-aid negotiations, while Democrats said Republicans haven’t recognized the severity of the crisis. https://t.co/CcmCG2mLEF

Why is a tax cut for high-income individuals part of the virus-relief talks in Congress? Advocates say it is crucial to state finances. https://t.co/DIS9QPBJFN

Historically low interest rates are luring in auto and home buyers, many of whom have firmer job security than low-wage, service-sector workers hardest-hit by the recession https://t.co/adboroIwu3

Singapore’s central bank plans to start issuing floating-rate notes based on a new benchmark in August https://t.co/SvQ35GY6Jp

New from me: What is the SALT cap doing in the coronavirus relief negotiations? https://t.co/RH8Qxi1SVI

The lapse in the $600 weekly jobless payments could have a huge impact on the broader economy. How big? Researchers estimate a one-month expiration could cause consumer spending to fall 4.3% — more than the entire decline during the Great Recession. https://t.co/DmO1JnLVmn

Without the additional $600-a-week payment in unemployment benefits, households and the broader U.S. economy are likely to be hurt, economists say https://t.co/em71GQpGDS

Why is a tax cut for high-income individuals part of the virus-relief talks in Congress? Democratic advocates say it is crucial to state finances. https://t.co/Ei3BamwyoU

Trump administration, Democrats say they have both made concessions but major disagreements remain on coronavirus aid package https://t.co/wsbLl0H4uu

Next Page