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Fed Monetary Tightening - Good or Bad?

The Fed is scheduled to meet mid-December to decide whether or not short-term interest rates should be raised. This decision holds great influence over the coming 2016 year as the FOMC begins to tighten up monetary policy. 426 more words


Big Week


Well It’s Cyber Monday ! What’s that ? Well it’s the term given to the first Monday after Thanksgiving that is supposed to trigger off the frenzy of online purchasing as we start the build up to Christmas. 498 more words

Forex Trading

Welcome To The Currency War, Part 20: Corporate Profits Head South, Stock Prices To Follow?

By John Rubino – Re-Blogged From Dollar Collapse

A too-strong currency is, in theory, supposed to make it harder to sell things to cheap-currency countries, thus crimping corporate profits and by implication pretty much everything else. 491 more words

GDP & Employment

Dysfunction at the Fed

Source: The Daily Bell

The Fed is About to Make Life Harder For Big Banks … It’s considering changes to its annual stress test. The Federal Reserve administers stress tests to the largest U.S. 433 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Stock Topping Valuations

By Adam Hamilton – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

The prevailing valuations in the lofty US stock markets are increasingly becoming a bone of contention.  Wall Street calmly asserts stocks are reasonably valued, since it has a huge vested interest in keeping people fully-invested.  2,516 more words

GDP & Employment

The Daily Bell - Fed's Illusion of Control

Source: The Daily Bell

Fed to hike at every meeting in 2017 … RBC chief economist Tom Porcelli forecasts … Markets are indicating about a 75 per cent chance of a US rate increase next month, the first in almost a decade. 475 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

The Truth About GDP

By Alasdair Macleod – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

“I can prove anything by statistics except the truth” – George Canning

Canning’s aphorism is as valid today as when he was Britain’s Prime Minister in 1817. 1,010 more words

GDP & Employment