Adriana Belmonte, Yahoo Finance

Adriana Belmonte

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Adriana:

America's shrinking middle class is 'barely keeping up'

Decade by decade, America's middle class has been shrinking over the past 50 years as rising inequality pushes more Americans out of the middle and into the upper and lower income brackets. → Read More

Increased immigration could help fix the U.S. labor gap: Goldman Sachs

Increasing immigration into the U.S. could potentially fix the country’s growing labor force participation gap, according to a new note from Goldman Sachs. → Read More

Peloton's problem goes 'back to the hardware,' analyst explains

Peloton's (PTON) lackluster earnings were a disappointment for investors. → Read More

Baby formula shortage: 'It’s not recommended to DIY your own,' expert says

Baby formula is in short supply throughout the U.S. Some states are facing shortages up to 50%. → Read More

How President Biden can 'turn it around,' according to former NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

President Biden’s latest approval ratings are less than stellar. Despite the bleak sentiment, former New York City mayor Bill de Blasio is confident that Biden has time to fix what's broken. → Read More

Austin mayor: Leaked Supreme Court abortion opinion seems like 'a horrible thing'

Austin Mayor Steve Adler, a practicing attorney in the areas of eminent domain and civil rights law for more than 30 years, was outspoken about the decision and what it means for his constituents in the most liberal part of conservative-leaning Texas. → Read More

Americans are moving out of urban counties like never before

Americans leaving urban counties hit a new peak in 2021 as droves of people settled in suburban and exurban counties. → Read More

Rep. Katie Porter describes how her famous whiteboard became 'a teaching tool'

California congresswoman Katie Porter (D-CA) has often gone viral for her tough questions during congressional hearings and utilization of a whiteboard. → Read More

Congress stock trading ‘cannot be a hollow disclosure policy,’ Rep. Katie Porter says

Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) is one of several politicians calling for a ban on stock trading by current members of Congress. → Read More

Rep. Katie Porter: 'There’s no mystery' why drug prices are so high

For over a decade, politicians have vowed to lower drug prices and take on the pharmaceutical industry but most of those pieces of legislation have stalled in Congress. → Read More

U.S. rise in alcohol deaths reflects 'hidden tolls of the pandemic,' study finds

The coronavirus pandemic led to a significant rise in the number of alcohol-related deaths, according to a recent study. → Read More

Health care: White House set to announce measures to reduce the burden of medical debt

Fresh off its plans to fix the “glitch” in the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Biden administration is now set to address another issue plaguing the American health care system: medical debt. → Read More

Health care: Obamacare 'family glitch' is finally getting an overhaul

A flaw in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — also known as Obamacare — is being addressed by the Biden administration. → Read More

Americans crowdfunding for medical debt is 'insane' — and inefficient, experts find

Crowdfunding for medical debt mainly works for those who need it the least, according to a recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH), exposing an inefficient health care system. → Read More

Daylight Savings debate: Winners — and losers — of ending biannual time changes

Daylight Savings Time could soon become permanent in the U.S. → Read More

Gas prices: Biden administration 'making sure' consumers are protected

Americans across the country are feeling the cost of war as they head to the gas pumps. → Read More

Gas prices: Biden administration 'making sure consumers are not taken advantage of,' official says

Americans across the country are feeling the cost of war as they head to the gas pumps. → Read More

Medical debt 'doom loop' regularly plagues Americans, CFPB report details

A new report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) found that consumers hold $88 billion in medical debt. → Read More

Yacht watch: What happens to the flashy toys of sanctioned Russian oligarchs?

Russian oligarchs are feeling the wrath of sanctions by the European Union and the U.S. → Read More

Opioid crisis: Congress and Biden suggest radical change to War on Drugs approach

The U.S. drug overdose crisis continues unabated, driven by the coronavirus pandemic and the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl. → Read More