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05-Jul-2017 09:28

A key component of the Fed’s projection is how fast it thinks the economy can grow—the potential growth rate of productivity and the labor force—without setting off an acceleration of inflation.

Similarly, the president and the Congress must estimate the potential growth rate in order to know its “baseline” surplus (the happy circumstance we now enjoy) or deficit (the problem that plagued us in the 1980s and for nearly all of the 1990s).

"Study after study shows that men deal with stress through escapism and women deal with it by talking."Today's New York Times article agrees about the cheating rates, but suggests Time is wrong about the woman question.

In "Love, Sex and the Changing Landscape of Infidelity," the NYT reports that "Infidelity appears to be on the rise, particularly among older men and young couples." The culprits: Viagra, and Internet porn and its values, respectively. Time reports that "A study that correlated Playboy centerfolds with market conditions found that men like fuller-figured women more in lean times than in boom times.

Time says so, though says it's of course pretty hard to track.It also reports, "Notably, women appear to be closing the adultery gap: younger women appear to be cheating on their spouses nearly as often as men." It's either that feminism has empowered women to feel entitled to more satisfaction, or simply to report what they've always been doing -- thinking there's more to their gender identity than kittens and good housekeeping. The APA study showed that when stressed, women liked to eat. "So people are losing their homes, their jobs and their savings, or worrying about all three anyway; they're not having sex with their spouses and they're getting divorced.