2021 has been another year of disruption. The pandemic has continued to affect lives, and supply-chain disruptions and inflation are having a far-reaching impact on the economy.
In the past, it might have sounded too easy to summarize a year by saying it’s been unlike any other. But 2021 has been a year spent navigating truly uncharted territory — the second calendar year of the Covid-19 pandemic; the first months of the vaccine era; continued economic and social fallout from the pandemic; changes in political leadership; and the mainstreaming of new technologies.
American investors may be hearing varying messages about how long the current period of inflation may last and how much higher prices are likely to go. But they’re receiving a consistent message from one source — their wallets.
Are supply chain disruptions temporary, or part of a new normal? 5 things you should know about supply chain disruptions
Interruptions in the supply chain have made scarcity a day-to-day business reality in 2021, impacting the availability of manufacturing components, finished products on store shelves, and the cost of everything from cars to books to new homes.
When the Covid-19 pandemic struck, millions of American workers found themselves out of work. Nearly 18 months later, the work world looks very different than it did pre-pandemic.
The American Rescue Plan, passed in March, made important changes to the child tax credit for 2021 that are now being felt in the pocketbooks of about 35 million families. Starting in July, eligible families began receiving hundreds of dollars in direct monthly payments that will continue through the end of the year. Families who
When a piece of digital artwork created by a little-known artist sold at auction for $69 million this spring, the technology suddenly became a hot topic of conversation well beyond those who track the latest crypto-related fads.
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2021 may be the year that cryptocurrency fully enters the mainstream. According to a recent poll from Newsweek, about 46 million Americans — or 17 % of the adult population — own at least a share of bitcoin.