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Asian shares fall as strong U.S. data dash hopes for an end to rate hikes

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By ELAINE KURTENBACH

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So good news for the workers is bad news when it doesn't serve the overlords.

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The overlords have a dumb model of the economy that suggests to them that more people working (and presumably producing value) is inflationary.

Inflation is too much money chasing too few goods so worrying about more people having jobs is wacko.

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More jobs were created because the US printed more paper money so employers could pay workers. It is a terrible Ponzi scam and Joe Biden should be held accountable.

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More jobs were created because the US printed more paper money so employers could pay workers. It is a terrible Ponzi scam and Joe Biden should be held accountable.

Are there qualified economists out there who agree with you?

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By 'qualified', I mean those whose ideology is the economy, not the left or the right.

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More jobs were created because the US printed more paper money so employers could pay workers. It is a terrible Ponzi scam and Joe Biden should be held accountable.

nope Biden just make policies that help the US economy, compared to the last guy, unemployment is lower the markets are higher and hes done all this under worldwide inflation

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Biden just make policies that help the US economy, compared to the last guy, unemployment is lower the markets are higher and hes done all this under worldwide inflation

The last guy was given an amazing economy by Obama, and left the economy in a complete and absolute shambles at the end of his presidency.

A real stable genius! He's really good at bankrupting businesses and crashing economies.

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More money in circulation = inevitable inflation.

Higher interest rate =/= lower inflation, evidently. If it did, it would be via lost of jobs/productivity which means lower wages.

Fat cat bankers win, again.

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