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The Federal Open Market Committee (F.O.M.C.) meets this week (Sept. 19 – 20) and will likely signal it will begin to shrink the size of the.. Read More »
Clearing the Path for Congressional Consideration of Tax Legislation President Trump’s unexpected deal with Democratic leaders postpones the.. Read More »
Container Port Volumes Give a Positive Sign for the Holiday Shopping Season
The first signs as to how this year’s important holiday.. Read More »
Sears and Amazon – Bricks and Mortar Came Later
In 1894, Richard Sears issued Sears’ first catalog—later known as “The Big.. Read More »
Measuring the “What Me Worry” Markets Many baby boomers will recall mad magazine and its iconic cover boy—Alfred E. Neumann. His.. Read More »
Political Warfare and U.S. Economic Growth
For many developing countries, investors will haircut their market capitalizations to reflect.. Read More »
Republicans Give Little Confidence for Enacting Major Legislation
The failure of the senate to pass legislation to reform Obamacare may.. Read More »
The bureau of economic analysis will release the advance estimate of second quarter GDP on July 28. What do the expectations for the quarter.. Read More »
Recently I attended a lunch with several of my colleagues that formerly worked in the Merrill Lynch global research department that I headed... Read More »
The Fed – What Next?
Most observers expect the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) to raise the Fed Funds rate another 25 bps at its.. Read More »
Positive economic expectations for proposed tax and infrastructure legislation took a decided reversal last week. The reversal resulted from.. Read More »
The “Advance” estimate for first-quarter Gross Domestic Product (“GDP”) showed an annual growth rate of 0.7%. More importantly, real.. Read More »
As of this date, estimates for first quarter gdp growth range from o.5% by the atlanta fed to 2.1% for the new york fed. Economists I follow.. Read More »
Can They Ever Compromise? Before leaving for Key West about a fortnight ago, house republican leaders were scrambling to pull in the necessary.. Read More »
The first quarter ended with investors returning to reality. since the election much enthusiasm existed that the administration and congress could.. Read More »
Since the end of the great recession, investors focused importantly on one key driver to the economy and financial markets—monetary policy... Read More »
The Economy and Markets – Where We Are These comments cover varied topics including proposed personal tax reform; the economic impact of fiscal.. Read More »
It would be difficult to describe 2016 as anything but unpredictable. For all of the year’s ups and downs, investors head into 2017 with more.. Read More »
The Job Report Economists projected that September would show a gain of about 200,000 payroll jobs. Instead, the Bureau of Labor Statistics.. Read More »
The Morning After – The Market Hangover These comments are being written the morning after the Dow Jones index declined over 500 points or a.. Read More »
Trump Fiscal Policy President Trump, working with a Republican House and Senate, should see fairly rapid progress for two major areas of his.. Read More »
The President’s Council of Economic Advisers (C.E.A.) recently published a study, “Long-Term Interest Rates: A Survey,” which examined the.. Read More »
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