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AAA Lendings Sep 11
The jobs data is in and it looks like the Federal Reserve Board will likely lower rates again next week, as market analysts have predicted.
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Veena Rayapareddi 4h
Example of fed rates decrease has nothing to do with mortgage rates. Rates are still low, take advantage now!
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Karim Smail Sep 18
The Federal Reserve Board will be making an announcement today about interest rates. Many, including the markets, believe that the Fed should lower short-term interest rates.
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RT Economic Alerts 10h
The Economics Daily: Benefits in businesses with 500 or more workers were 35%of total compensation in June 2019
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Avery Rojas Sep 17
US healthcare is booming. So why do one in five workers live in poverty?
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GreenGamer Sep 17
A crack just emerged in the financial markets: The NY Fed spends $53 billion to rescue the overnight lending market.
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MG Sep 17
USA Monthly Industrial Production NSA YoY% heading towards recession since September 2018!
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Tom Brown Sep 18
‘This Is Crazy!’: Wall Street Scurries to Protect Itself in Repo Surge “not since 2008”
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ISABELNET 12h
🇺🇸 Conference Board Leading Economic Index for U.S. (LEI) The Leading Economic Index suggests that the U.S. economy should continue to expand in H2 2019 👉 h/t
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Umpqua Bank 24h
Despite disruption in the , leaders predict revenue growth in the next 12 months. Learn more:
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Caleb T. Maupin Sep 19
Peter , the economic flimflam man in the White House, is pushing our economy to the brink. is listening to a charlatan, con-man with an anti- obsession. The situation is more dangerous than you think.
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RT Economic Alerts Sep 19
The Economics Daily: U.S. terms of trade with China decreased 1.5%in August 2019
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Cambridge Sep 18
1/2 CIBC: If a central bank can seems a bit hawkish on the very day they announce a rate cut, the may have managed to do just that, in part due to the divisions among members about what lies ahead. (cont)
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Diane Mantouvalos Sep 18
Here's what Powell said back in July ...
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American Center for Truth Sep 18
is an but the of the matter is if really wants to address , we need to stop trying to destroy the and unite behind pressuring and to actually do something
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RT Economic Alerts Sep 18
The Economics Daily: Real average hourly earnings up 1.5%from August 2018 to August 2019
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Oxford Economics Sep 18
In the US, News highlights our analysis that the spike in oil prices after attacks will barely dent the . We find a $10 rise oil prices, even if sustained through 2020, wld only shave 0.1 points off US growth next yr: via
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ISABELNET Sep 18
🇺🇸 U.S. Industrial Sectors in Contraction Currently, the percentage of U.S. industrial sectors in contraction is below recession levels 👉 h/t
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The Washington Times Sep 17
.: "U.S. businesses spent a total of $424 billion to send travelers out on the road for 514.4 million domestic business trips and are responsible for about 3 percent ($547 billion) of U.S. GDP."
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MG Sep 17
Replying to @MG4574
US Capacity Utilization for the last 50 years shows as evidence of undisputable downward trend and long lasting future of high spare capacity, lower inflation, lower interest rates, lower growth all supported on population dynamics.
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