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Continued Unemployment Claims Rise To 21.5 Million
The eleven-week running total of initial claims is 42.647 million. Continuing claims, at 21.487 million, paint a better picture at this point as to what is happening.
Bad Economic Reports? Yes, But They Were Supposed To Be Bad
The bad economic reports pile up. But there is nothing shocking about any of them.
Are You Overpaying For Stocks?
Think about earnings, earnings revisions, and how much you are paying to buy stocks.
Clash Over New Stimulus Trump Calls Dead On Arrival
The House passes a $3.5 Trillion stimulus bill that Trump labeled DOA. What's next?
Speculators Dump Gold But Price Goes Up Anyway
Judging from futures and alleged jewelry demand, the price of gold ought to be falling. But it isn't. Let's explore what's happening with the price of gold and why.
How Do Stimulus Checks Impact GDP Estimates?
Congress approved a $2 trillion stimulus package with checks for $1200 sent. Government spending adds to GDP. So why does GDPNow show government spending as a negative contribution to GDP?
Why The Amazing Leap In Savings Rate To Record 33 Percent?
The Personal Savings Rate jumped to a record 33 percent. Why? Let's start with a table and statements from the BEA's Personal Income and Outlays report.
GDPNow Forecast Is Negative 51.2 Percent
In the wake of a disastrous Income and Outlays report, the GDPNow forecast is an astonishing -51.2% The Atlanta Fed GDPNow Model forecasts a number we all hope is wrong.
Income Surges As Spending Drops Most On Record
The BEA's Personal Income and Outlays Report has the curious details of an unexpected ride.
New Unemployment Claims Top 2 Million For 10 Straight Weeks
Continuing claims paint a better picture at this point as to what is happening.
Boeing Is The Tip Of The Layoff Iceberg
Boeing announced more layoffs after recording zero orders but 108 cancellations.
Trump's Trade Deal With China Is Way Underperforming Promises
Trump's Phase One Trade Deal with China is not going well. US exports are less than half of the purchases pledged by China.
New Home Sales, Essentially Flat, Crush Expectations
New home sales rose 0.6% in April, but from a small downward revision. This was enough to crush expectations.
Don't Worry, The Fed Has Belts And Suspenders
The Fed's balance sheet is approaching $7 trillion dollars. This is what Bernanke meant by suspenders.
Why Isn't The Dollar Collapsing Given Trillions In Printing?
I remain amused by all the calls of hyperinflation and high inflation given the Fed has turned on the printing presses. However, currencies cannot be viewed in isolation. To those expecting a total US dollar collapse, stop being so US-centric.
The Economy Will Not Soon Return To Normal: Here's Why
Numerous chain reaction ripple impacts will delay the economic recovery. Bankruptcies happen when there is too much debt leverage accompanied by some sort of economic shock.
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