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June 25, 2019

As a consumer you might not like to see an increase in inflation, but a moderate increase is a sign of a healthy economy. Historically, wages will increase at the same pace as prices during periods of inflation. Therefore, as an economy we like to see steady growth in...

June 18, 2019

The housing market may not be flourishing like it once was, but some indicators suggest the market may be set for a rebound. Many experts are feeling optimistic going into the second half of the year.

During the first half the year home sales lagged expectations, but ac...

June 12, 2019

Until the most recent U.S. jobs report, a rates cut in the near future seemed unlikely. However, there is now evidence for a softening job market, which may prompt the Fed to cut rates as soon as late June.

The number of new U.S. jobs was 75,000 in May, which is down fr...

June 9, 2019

Cyclicality is one of the underlying inevitabilities of macroeconomics and, after one of the longest bull markets in U.S. history, the U.S. economy is finally showing signs that it has entered a late cycle phase.

The first of these signals is one of the classic tell-tal...

June 8, 2019

Last month the service side of the U.S. economy expanded at its best pace since February. Analysts’ estimated the non-manufacturing index (NMI) would drop to be 55.4. But according to the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), the NMI was 56.9. Topping April’s NMI of 5...

June 3, 2019

As the concern over environmental pollution increases, it is no surprise that the solar industry is booming. Another key factor driving the growth of solar photovoltaic (PV) industry is the immense support the U.S. government has offered. The government increasingly ke...

June 1, 2019

Companies in developed markets have been criticized in the past for taking on too much leverage. While it is true that the net debt to EBITDA ratios have increased and as well as the share of companies earning sub-investment grades from credit-rating agencies. Yet cred...

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