The new $1,000 unemployment bonus for federal workers is just a start.
In the first weeks of the new year, the Federal Reserve is expected to announce how much it will increase its cash injection program for the unemployed to help pay for more basic necessities.
That could add to the $10 billion in spending the Fed already has approved in December.
But some Republicans have suggested that it could also be a bailout of a financial institution.
The new money will help ease a shortage of food, medicine and other basic goods that is costing the U.S. economy $17 billion a month.
The Fed has already approved $1.6 trillion in additional cash for unemployment benefits, the most of any agency.
The U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) has said that it would boost that amount by $1 trillion in October.
The ESWA says it needs $1 billion in emergency aid for Western countries and $400 billion in other relief for Western nations and the U,S.
in the coming months.
That means $1 million from the new unemployment bonus could be enough to meet basic needs.
But the money is also expected to add to what the Fed has approved so far, such as $100 billion to $200 billion to help the economy rebound from the economic recession that began in late 2008.
The Federal Reserve says the unemployment benefit will go into effect on Dec. 31.
The money comes from a separate program, the Earned Income Tax Credit, which gives the government money to help working people pay their bills and get on a regular schedule.
That money is intended to help make up for the losses from the recession, and it’s a big part of the Fed’s response to the recession.
It also provides an additional $2,000 for families making up to $100,000 a year.
The new money is expected at the end of December, the last week of the month, and the money would go into a separate fund to support the economy through the rest of the year.
But that will depend on the size of the economy and the unemployment rate.
The unemployment rate for the economy as a whole was 4.3% in December, down from 5.2% in November.
That’s because the economy was able to absorb some of the shock of the recession without spending a lot of money.
The recovery has been uneven and some states have been doing well and others have been having tough times.
The economy was growing more slowly than it was expected and unemployment was at a higher level than expected.
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is expected on Wednesday to begin a period of slow and gradual tightening of monetary policy that will take effect later this year.
The central bank is trying to reduce the unemployment and inflation rates.
The FOMC will be meeting Wednesday and Thursday.