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Trump’s Victory: What Does It Mean For Gold?

By John Hathaway – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

In our view, the systemic risks that existed prior to the presidential election have not suddenly vanished. Most important among these is a massive bond-market bubble. 1,121 more words

GDP & Employment

Economic Speed Round: December 2016

It’s the first Friday of December, so the job numbers for November are out from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the latest economic report came out from the Bureau of Economic Analysis on November 29th. 579 more words


Which States are Winning? Gross Domestic Product by State Tells One Story.

One way to look at a region’s success is Gross State Product (GSP) per Capita. GSP, the per-state version of GDP, is the monetary value of goods and services produced in a state. 154 more words


Civil Service Bonus And How It Affects You

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

The civil service has an estimated workforce of close to 150,000 people or around 4% of the country’s labour force as of end 2015. 715 more words

Money Matters

2 Dec 2016 (AFR) - Real world miserable as shares rally - Investors get a dose of economic reality, it's not good out there

(2 December 2016, AFR, p32, by Philip Baker)

‘Cop that. While sharemarket investors have spent the past few weeks jumping on the coat tails of all the gains made on Wall Street, the latest official survey of… 88 more words

1.Market Observations

2 Dec 2016 (TheAge) - Forecasters fear weak investment will mean weak or negative GDP growth

(2 December 2016, The Age, BusinessDay, p21, Peter Martin)

‘A further slide in business investment has economic forecasters pondering the unthinkable: that the Australian economy shrank in the September quarter, and that next week’s GDP growth figure will have a minus sign in front of it. 35 more words

1.Market Observations

What is the economic impact of a higher crude oil price?

One piece of economic news dominated all other yesterday and it was at least a change for the Trump and Brexit circuses to take something of a break. 1,324 more words

General Economics