/r/economy/

r/economy

1.0M members
r/economy is a subreddit with 1.0M members. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is massive in size, and has high activity.
Forum for economy, business, politics, stocks, bonds, product releases, IPOs, advice, news, investment, videos, predictions, government, money, politics, debate, capitalism, current trends, and more.

Popular Themes in r/economy

#1
News
: "Nearly half of all baby boomers couldn’t afford their current homes if they were to buy them today, survey finds"
72 posts
#2
Pain & Anger
: "Baby boomers are fearful of soaring costs for food and housing"
12 posts
#3
Money Talk
: "In China, luxury EV start at $30,000 — like this Xiaomi SU7. There are really cheap ones like Wuling for $5,000 as well as super expensive ones like BYD U9 for $200,000. This is a good economic model that serves everyone."
3 posts
#4
Solution Requests
: "What Actually Controls The Price Of Gas In The US?"
1 post
#5
Advice Requests
: "Econ mates, help"
1 post

Popular Topics in r/economy

#1

Economy

: "Biden is sending $61 billion to Ukraine. Much of it will pass through the US Economy first. "We're sending Ukraine equipment from our own stockpiles, then we'll replenish those stockpiles with new products made by American companies here in America." "
50 posts
#2

Inflation

: "The rise in fast food prices over the past 10 years compared to listed Inflation, 2014 to 2024"
27 posts
#3

China

: "Biden urged to ban China-made electric vehicles from the US. “Chinese electric vehicles are an existential threat to the American auto industry"."
15 posts
#4

Housing

: "Baby boomers are fearful of soaring costs for food and Housing"
12 posts
#5

Biden

: "Biden is sending $61 billion to Ukraine. Much of it will pass through the US economy first. "We're sending Ukraine equipment from our own stockpiles, then we'll replenish those stockpiles with new products made by American companies here in America." "
12 posts
#6

Debt

: ""The US Air Force pays $90,000 for a package of bushings that typically costs under $100.” Corruption and crony capitalism behind $35 trillion of Debt."
9 posts
#7

Taxes

: "Warren Buffett predicts ‘higher Taxes are likely’ since the national debt won’t pay for itself"
8 posts
#8

Us

: "Wall Street Has Spent Billions Buying Homes. A Crackdown Is Looming."
8 posts
#9

Jobs

: "The surprising reason few Americans are getting chips Jobs now. President Biden is making a massive bet that he can bring one of the 21st century’s most important manufacturing Jobs: making semiconductor chips. Now comes the greatest challenge of all: finding enough workers to make it a reality."
7 posts
#10

Retirement

: "Baby boomers are hitting "peak 65." Two-thirds don't have nearly enough saved for Retirement."
6 posts

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