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Constant Growth

Since the recession, the news has been full of stories on GDP growth, job growth, consumer markets growth, stock growth. Whenever something grows people are happy and optimistic, whenever something falls people are depressed and worried. 203 more words

Tapering Like Brigitte Bardot’s Waistline

In a late March “barometric review” of the overall US fixed income picture, David Ranson’s Wainwright Economics finds it difficult to foresee any substantial change in the current yield curve. 228 more words

Wainwright Economics

OFW Remittances Boost Economy’s Outlook

Buoyed by surging remittances from Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), consumer sentiment improved moderately in this year’s first quarter, raising prospects of better times ahead.

Based on the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP survey, overall confidence index (CI) showed an upbeat trend because of some positive indicators spawned by a resilient economy. 282 more words

Philippines

Inherent Greed in Supply and Demand

The other day I engaged in a very brief albeit quite interesting argument about rental rates for apartments in my town. The debate went on, and as I kept reading arguments, my mind escaped from the subject at hand as I was led to a very interesting topic for which to investigate; the supply and demand factor. 1,497 more words

Other

Neither Reactive nor Dismissive

 also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, … 542 more words

Chapter-a-Day

The long term #unemployed. #economy #capital

Binyamin Appelbaum recently posted a piece in The New York Times’ Economix blog regarding the job prospects for the long-term unemployed.  A significant number of the long term unemployed are not white, a little older, and a little more educated.   215 more words

Economy

The long term unemployed

Binyamin Appelbaum recently posted a piece in The New York Times’ Economix blog regarding the job prospects for the long-term unemployed.  A significant number of the long term unemployed are not white, a little older, and a little more educated.   215 more words

Capital