Sam Bourgi

Sam Bourgi

Sam Bourgi is a financial analyst and editor with 13 years of experience covering markets, economics, and monetary policy. His career has spanned the private, not-for-profit, and government sectors, where he has served as a senior policy adviser, labor market analyst, and marketing director. His journalistic contributions have been featured in and cited by various notable institutions, including the U.S. Congress, the Department of Justice, the Chicago Board Options Exchange, the Bank for International Settlements, Boston University Law Review, Barron's, and Forbes.

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Economy
'Silver economy'—America’s secret weapon against recession
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World
Oil prices hinge on one crucial factor in the Hamas-Israel conflict
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Economy
America’s trade deficit is shrinking, so why are economists worried?
September-job-report
Economy
September's ‘blowout’ jobs report hides a disturbing trend
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Economy
Private sector employment screeched to a halt in September
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Economy
Homebuyers are fleeing the mortgage market
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Economy
Millennials are more retirement-ready than their parents
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy
Policy
McCarthy's historic ousting sows fear over a government shutdown
Apartment building crash
Economy
Construction hits a snag, but it’s not all bad news for apartment hunters
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Economy
What recession? Americans are splurging on experiences like there's no tomorrow