Michael Carr

Jul 18, 2014
Some believe we have "Two Americas" , one that is prosperous and one that is struggling. If this is true, the distinguishing factor between the two Americas is educational attainment.

Jul 16, 2014
Student loans are being blamed for slow growth in the economy. Loan repayments are keeping recent graduates from buying cars and homes, and that is hurting growth under this theory.

Jul 11, 2014
Federal Reserve officials are committed to ending their latest round of quantitative easing (QE) by October. At that point, they will be holding more than $4.3 trillion of assets that they collected through various QE programs. So far, there is no word on a plan to unwind those positions.

Jul 9, 2014
Employment data are showing improvements in some ways. Unemployment is now down to its lowest level in six years and the economy has created almost 2.2 million jobs in the past 12 months.

Jul 2, 2014
A crisis is unfolding along America's southern border, and the only solution proposed by the White House is to throw money at it.

Jun 27, 2014
GDP contracted by 2.9 percent in the first quarter, much more than analysts had expected. These are the same analysts who originally told us that healthcare spending in the first quarter grew fast enough to offset declines in other sectors.

Jun 25, 2014
During the past five years, for-profit schools have delivered some amazing losses to their investors.

Jun 20, 2014
Federal Reserve officials lowered their expectations for economic growth after their meeting this week. In their latest quarterly outlook, Fed officials said they expect the U.S. economy to grow by 2.1 percent to 2.3 percent in 2014.

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