The Colorado economy is rebounding strongly from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic recession, though economic activity remains below normal levels.
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For international investors in general, currency risk - above all the weakening of the US dollar - has become the most important financial risk of the year.
The United States' national debt is approaching $27 trillion, and projected to nearly triple in just eight years.
A National Federation of Independent Business survey shows that more than 20 percent of small business owners expect to close permanently if the economy does not improve.
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With economies in disarray due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, there are still opportunities to attact new businesses.
Some states and local governments are looking to raise taxes to make up for budget shortfalls caused by economic shutdowns due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The federal budget deficit in June 2019 was $8 billion. One year later, the deficit was more than 100 time higher at $864 billion.
The Paycheck Protection Program provided loans to 4.9 million businesses, including many multi-million-dollar companies.
Is the U.S. better off with the public health interventions being used to keep the coronavirus from spreading or without them?