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September 27, 2017

The total net worth of U.S. households is currently higher than ever, helped by improving home values and stock prices. According to the Federal Reserve, the net worth of U.S. households, the total of all assets minus all liabilities, rose by $1.7 trillion in Q2 2017 t...

September 22, 2017

Portugal’s drastic reduction in its debt in 2017 and best growth in decades has rallied its bonds. The S&P and the IMF reinstated investment-grade credit rating to a country whose bonds were previously in junk territory. Overall, the country’s export performance has im...

September 22, 2017

Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen stated Wednesday that rates are being held, but hinted of a possibility that a rate-hike is under consideration. Additionally, Yellen confirmed that through unanimous decision the Fed will reduce its balance sheet starting in Oct...

September 18, 2017

The physical damage from Hurricane’s Harvey and Irma can last for a long period of time, however, the overall economic damage is likely to recede and should do little to alter the US Federal Reserve’s strategy for tightening monetary policy. 

In 2005, the Fed lifted sho...

September 6, 2017

Technology is at the forefront of the economy as we progress through the 21st century. The circular economy is fueled by advancing technology geared toward making the world more efficient and less resource dependent. The basic principle of a circular economy strays awa...

September 1, 2017

As the clock on Brexit negotiations is ticking, Britain’s political winds are shifting. In two months, the European Council decides whether Brexit negotiations can advance to focus solely on future relationship and any potential transitional deal based on a report of t...

September 1, 2017

With gross cross-border capital flows totaling 65 percent less than in 2007, the global financial crisis is continuing to shape the global financial system; large European and US banks have retrenched from foreign markets. Investors should be aware that these facts don...

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