CoreLogic chief economist Dr. Frank Nothaft says Strong Economic Growth To Propel US Housing Market in 2015.
Of S&P 500 companies providing first-quarter outlooks, MarketWatch reports 84% have been negative as Profit Warnings Pile Up.
Many market watchers have their eye on jobs and the unemployment rate as the determinant of when the Fed will hike.
The durable goods report for February was released on Wednesday. It was another disaster in a long line of weak economic reports. And once again economists missed their optimistic estimates by a mile.
Mario Draghi Hit Back at QE Hawks and denied the ECB was blackmailing Greece.
Destabilizing war drill exercises from both NATO and Russia are the order of the day. The more the drills, the more like one side or the other is going to make a major mistake.
Although the Fed removed the word "patient", the rest of Yellen's yap could not possibly have been any more dovish.
Inflation as measured by asset prices is rampant. Inflation as measured by the Fed is actually negative.
The totally useless and always late to the party, Christine Lagarde, just now warns of Emerging Markets Instability.
Streetcars make no economic sense, and they haven't since 1940. And with driverless cars five years away, Detroit ought to be looking forward, not back.
It's amusing watching all the GDP forecast downgrades in the wake of huge string of bad economic data reports, one after another.
Retail sales were down for the third month today. The Economists Blame Cold Weather.
Check out the arrogance of union worker, Stephen Soares, from a Facebook comment regarding the New Hampshire Union Leader article...
In the history of the wholesale trade series dating back to 1993, the only time sales have gone negative year-over-year was when the economy was in recession.
Before this madness ends we could easily see negative yields all the way out to 10 years or beyond. Somehow this madness is supposed to inspire confidence. I suggest it won't.
Grads who land a job should also take a look at the second set of tips. It's easy to find yourself out of a job for any number of reasons.
Once again we see the pattern of a strong establishment survey but a poor household survey. The latter varies more widely, and the tendency is for one to catch up to the other, over time. The question, as always, is which way?
Extending the longest streak since the 2008-2009 recession, Factory Orders Unexpectedly Decline for a 6th Month.
Given that a key campaign pledge of Syriza was no more bailouts, and given the other lies by Spanish officials for political purposes, I think we know who's lying and why.
Is the Chicago pension system so messed up and union work rules so entrenched the only way to change either of them is bankruptcy? I think so.
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