Feb 1, 2019
Still, what broke the stalemate wasn’t likely the DJIA. Powell was incredibly stubborn about wages and the strong economy until just recently, that’s true.
Nov 30, 2018
There are two facts as they pertain to China in 2018. The first is the nation’s clear monetary trouble. The second is why it has (re)emerged.
Oct 26, 2018
Instead, after 12 months of favorable comparisons economic accounts are once more coming back down to the pitiful baseline economic state.
Aug 3, 2018
In just the “recovery” portion, there hasn’t been enough growth to keep up with bare minimum population. It’s not as if we are undergoing a second baby boom, either, even population expansion is itself at a low. Low standards all around.
Jul 17, 2018
One big piece of any PMI is prices. Rising prices both paid and received are usually taken as a sign of better fortunes ahead, an impression left on us by decades of orthodox Economics. This may be true under certain circumstances such as during a recovery.
Jun 25, 2018
Revisiting China and ‘Devaluation’ as China Revisits ‘Devaluation’
May 14, 2018
To the media, Jerome Powell’s Fed might be saying it is now thinking about the risks of an overheating economy.
Mar 28, 2018
At the end of last month, the Brookings Institute hosted a conversation where one of their most distinguished current scholars introduced and interviewed one of their newest. The former was former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke welcoming the latter, former Federal...