Trump and Hitlery have come out with the obligatory "economic plans." Neither them nor their advisors, have any idea about what really needs to be done, but this is of no concern to the media.
For most millennial college grads the idea of buying a home right out of college is a bit far fetched.
For most millennial college grads the idea of buying a home right out of college is a bit far fetched. Many millennials have taken to moving back in with mom as we pointed out in a post entitled ""We All Work As A Team" - Millennials Explain
What might sound like a capitalist's nightmare - People wouldn't work… They would become lazy and a burden on society… The free-market would be destroyed! - turned out to be an incredible success without issue. But when a Conservative g
As John Williams has made clear, the monthly payroll jobs number consists mainly of an add-on factor of 200,000 jobs. These jobs are a product of the assumption in the Birth-Death Model that new business ventures create more unreported new jobs than
Governments don't work on any level. But global government is worst of all. It will deliver ruin, mass incarceration and ultimately genocide.
Last Friday saw the release of a bombshell jobs report, with headlines exclaiming that the US economy added over 250,000 jobs in July, far in excess of any forecasts. The reality was far grimmer.
Donald Trump called Monday for a "tax revolution" modeled on the vision of Ronald Reagan that would slash income tax rates, cut corporate taxes and create millions of jobs for a new era of prosperity.
The last two months alone have seen Britain leaving the European Union, terror attacks, cop killings, Deutsche Bank nearly collapsing, the German long-term interest rates set at negative, to name a few.
The economy is expected to be the focus of the presidential campaign this week when both top candidates make major speeches in the same city on their plans for the country if they are elected.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. agreed to buy e-commerce startup Jet.com Inc. for about $3.3 billion, giving the world's largest retailer the resources for a stronger shopping website to compete with market leader Amazon.com Inc.
Our judicial system has a time-tested option for those who can't pay their debts: bankruptcy. Individuals and businesses use it all the time.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will push this week to gain further ground against Republican nominee Donald Trump on the economy, countering a speech he is set to deliver Monday with her own on Thursday, her campaign said.
July's strong jobs report wasn't enough to buoy Bill Gross's outlook for U.S. growth and investment returns.
Economists expect the jobs report on Friday to show that 180,000 jobs were added to nonfarm payrolls in July, according to Thomson Reuters. That's a distinct improvement from the shocking 11,000 jobs added in May but well off from the average rate fo
On a 3,000-mile bus journey from Philadelphia to Los Angeles, riders have plenty of time to contemplate the country and the pivotal election ahead. Reporter Esmé E. Deprez and photographer M. Scott Brauer ride along to hear their thoughts.
As you will see below, if stocks go up during the last three months before an election, the incumbent party almost always keeps the White House.
As the 2016 election cycle heats up, we suspect the debate over student loan forgiveness will become an ever bigger issue with the Hillary camp looking to woo young voters that aren't quite as "enthusiastic" about her Presidency as they were about Ob
Persona income for June was up 0.2% compared to a Bloomberg Consensus Estimate of 0.3% in a range of 0.3% to 0.5%. Spending rose 0.4% vs a consensus of 0.3% in range of 0.2% to 0.5%.
We analyze elite propaganda. Sometimes we can smell the "directed history."
Policymakers have chosen to ignore the central issue of debt as they try to resuscitate activity.
Chinese and Middle Eastern investors have other priorities.
Failure to ratify the U.S.-led sweeping trade pact TPP would hand China "the keys to the castle" on globalization and do nothing to solve the real problems underlying American anxiety over jobs, the top U.S. trade official said Thursday.
(are we there yet?)
It's earnings season once again and it looks as if, as a group, corporate America still can't find the end of its earnings decline since profits peaked over a year ago.
...Which Ends With "Wheelbarrows Full Of Money". The traditionally outspoken Steve Wynn continued doing what he does best during the quarterly WYNN earnings call, which is rage against what he sees as the problem du jour in the US economy.
The Rate Of Homeownership In The United States Has Hit The Lowest Level Ever