Dion Rabouin, Axios

Dion Rabouin


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Dion:

Economists bullish on Biden's $3 trillion infrastructure plan

S&P predicts Biden's infrastructure plan will create 2.3 million jobs by 2024. → Read More

Goldman Sachs predicts U.S. economy will grow 8% this year

If correct, this would mark the largest economic expansion for the U.S. in generations. → Read More

Miami mayor acknowledges Big Tech plans could hurt the city's poor

Francis Suarez says government can only do so much to stop "things that are market driven." → Read More

Behind Biden's centrist words are liberal actions

Watch his executive actions and his push for a more progressive slate of regulators and advisers. → Read More

The stock market frenzy is making overall inequality harder to ignore

Income inequality tends to be followed by societal and geopolitical upheaval. → Read More

The Federal Reserve has created a make-believe economy that benefits the top

The Fed-driven economy relies on the creation of dollars, literally out of thin air. → Read More

A blue wave could bring major changes to the banking system

"The unifying theme for progressive Democrats is that they want to flatten pricing." → Read More

JPMorgan commits $30 billion to fight the racial wealth gap

The biggest bank in the U.S. has set a precedent for contributions to fighting systemic inequality, experts say. → Read More

Wall Street fears meltdown over election and Supreme Court

A Supreme Court fight on top of a drawn-out election could lead to major volatility and market losses. → Read More

Wall Street fears stimulus is doomed

"With the passing of Justice Ginsburg, the level of rhetorical heat has increased, if that seemed even possible." → Read More

The next wave to hit Main Street after the coronavirus economic collapse

A wave of defaults, bankruptcies and evictions is poised to remake the retail landscape. → Read More

10 myths about the racial wealth gap

The gap would not be closed by Black Americans doing any of the things that have been proposed. → Read More

Wall Street readies for Democratic sweep as Trump falters

A Biden win in November could bring major policy shifts. → Read More

Labor activists push McDonald's to cut dividend and increase sick pay

The group wants a dedication of $61.2 million to cover 10% of workers for additional sick leave. → Read More

Airlines pack in customers like there's no coronavirus

They've slashed their schedules and are now packing customers to near capacity. → Read More

Americans' worries about leaving their homes are fading

Americans are less fearful of large gatherings and travel. → Read More

Coronavirus has hit American farmers from all sides

Already reeling from the trade war, the COVID-19 outbreak has wrought the situation for farmers. → Read More

Americans' belief in "flattening the curve" to slow coronavirus increases with education

Those with less education report varying degrees of skepticism about social distancing. → Read More

Mispricing the coronavirus risk

There are worries that markets are being too complacent in factoring it in as a risk. → Read More

Historically weak wage growth may be the best we get

The U.S. economy added 225,000 new jobs last month and more workers came into the labor force. But data showed wages again failed to rise meaningfully, and there's reason to worry that growth may have peaked at this relatively low level. What's happening: Average hourly earnings grew by 3.1% over the last 12 months, according to the January jobs report, and have stayed within the narrow range of… → Read More