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MMMGW_Jane 4h
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ISABELNET 19h
Why demand for saving deposits has weakened since the Great ? Because risk aversion is declining, like money demand, even if are rising. This explains in part the rise of the US stock market.
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Jonathan Chevreau 16h
On the Hub: Upside Down ... the Yield Curve Inverts
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ISABELNET 17h
The real yield is the most important measure of financial tightness. But as the real yield is near zero, artificially low are then associated with unnecessary , zombie firms and lower than previous business cycles. via
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Sandra Reid, CPA PLLC 3h
Contact us: 2700 Post Oak Blvd, Suite 2100 Houston, TX, 77056 sreid@sandrareidcpa.com Phone: (281) 460-7313 . .
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Bell Potter 7h
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TexasByChoice Apr 17
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said this week that the central bank may hold policy steady until the fall of 2020 and might even reduce rates in the unlikely event that underlying inflation softened.
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Investmart 23h
Today's investment tip will focus on the two different types of interest payments. Simple interest and compound interest.
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Breaking the News 24/7 20h
US Treasuries slip in thin holiday trading
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Rita Cox 6h
🏡 Interest rates for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage have been on the decline since November, now reaching lows last seen in January 2018. 👉
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Jerry White Apr 15
raising rates , so what good came of raising last year. slower economy, higher dollar, fall in most commodites , low inflation and growth slowed to under 3%. the 10ten year dropped 75 basis .Powell needs to cut to 1.50 but he wont to much pride! Recession not far
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ISABELNET Apr 21
Real Fed Funds rates are very low compared to previous business cycles and well below real GDP. If history helps us to predict the future, then this should not end any time soon. via
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Kevin Crain Apr 17
lower than Bahrain Taiwan Canada Czech Republic New Zealand South Korea Australia Poland Norway Hungary United Kingdom Israel European Union Japan Sweden Denmark Switzerland
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Dan Barrett Apr 21
Peter Schiff vs. real estate agent 1/1/2008 on Fox News via A classic Peter Schiff moment when Real Estate agent says she won't bore you w/ the numbers on why you should buy a home. Market corrected 45%, by 3/09
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Tapan Patel Apr 20
A cut isn’t imminent, but interviews, public remarks suggest officials are talking about the conditions that might lead to such an action
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Realtor_Steve 10h
Mortgage Rates Modestly Higher to Start The Week
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GETAnalysis.ca 9h
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Kevin Crain Apr 17
higher than Turkey Egypt Mexico Russia South Africa Brazil India Indonesia Iceland China Colombia Philippines Peru Chile Romania
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Carol & Julio 19h
3 things you need to know about are low, income is rising, and have experienced mild decline over the last 9 months. If you are…
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Hersh Stern 10h
IT’S HARD TO BELIEVE, BUT THE U.S. HAS GONE THROUGH A QUARTER-CENTURY OF LOW INFLATION Read:
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