Yesterday we learned that non-farm labor productivity was down for a third straight quarter. According to The Wall Street Journal, consecutive losses in productivity such as this have not been seen since 1979. 1,357 more words
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A toxic cocktail.
American corporations borrowed more in the years following the Financial Crisis than ever before. Debt was dirt-cheap even for the riskiest borrowers, and they went out and sold bonds and borrowed from banks, and blew the proceeds on funding operating losses, buy each other out in a record-breaking wave of M&A, and buy back their own shares. 345 more words
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