The currency seems to have a negative effect… There are two sides to every story, even for US-China foreign trade. Ever since China emerged to the world economy as a major manufacturing […]
Despite good U.S. economic conditions, analysts are alarmed. Why?
Economists are looking forward in time for signals that point out to the next US economic turn, either down or up. Most of the ongoing concerns about the US Economy respect to […]
Low price of oil: some winners and losers.
Low prices of gas and oil are creating a reallocation of wealth not seen very often in capitalism. The recent version of the Beige Book from the Federal Reserve Bank gives some […]
A set of possible negative US economic shocks.
The puzzling aspect of recent data on inflation has been the deflation trajectory forged by oil prices. The index on energy by itself has fallen 28.7 percent over the year. Just in […]
“Core” inflation might be reflecting pressures solely generated by retailers.
Data on both unemployment and prices have monetary policy analysts wondering whether or not the US supply side of the economy is heading towards overheating. Thus far, indicators on industrial production and […]
“Core” inflation rate will have huge influence on monetary policy next month.
Second Estimates for real GDP growth in the United States indicate that the economy grew at 3.7 percent during the second quarter of 2015 after correcting by price change. The report from […]
What could you infer from 06/17/15 Federal Open Market Committee decision?
What can we infer from today’s Federal Open Market Committee decision? Today’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decision corresponds to Fed’s previous statements about the current state of U.S. economy. First, data […]
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