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New Year, Same Story: More Record Debt

We make it a point to regularly recap for our clients the state of consumer debt in our country.  This recap is based on the “Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit” as it is reported by the New York Federal Reserve.  602 more words

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Trump tariffs: China warns trade war would be 'disaster'

Commerce minister Zhong Shan says there would be no wins but Beijing is prepared to protect countrys interests

Any trade war with the United States will only bring catastrophe to the world economy, the Chinese commerce minister Zhong Shan has said, as Beijing stepped up its criticism of metals tariffs introduced by the White House. 275 more words


America is Disneyland

Source Activist Post | By Chris Kanthan

Disneyland is the Happiest Place on Earth! Millions of families visit the theme park every year to enjoy the magical place of rides, spectacular shows and cheerful cartoon figures. 2,338 more words


No Weaknesses in February Employment Report


Ever since the “Great Recession,” as the economy very slowly recovered, there have always been some hidden weaknesses in even the best of reports.  If the economy added a lot of jobs as measured by the establishment survey, the employment level, as measured by the household survey, didn’t measure up.  338 more words


US Economy Gained A Surprisingly Strong 313,000 Jobs In February

Last month, the US economy gained a surprisingly strong 313,000 jobs. That was much stronger than economists expected and the best showing since July 2016. 149 more words


Trade Deficit Soars in January


The above-linked report, released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) this morning, reports that the trade deficit soared in January to $56.6 billion, the worst reading since October 2008.  205 more words


America Course

Tax reform, trade war, border wall, Syrian conflict, NK etc. – these are “accomplishments” of current US administration. In every household in America, there must be some confusion, what the heck is going on with the country’s course. 314 more words