And markets overseas have been relatively quiet as the new administration settles in
by Lou Barnes | Feb 20
Dr. Marci Rossell to provide members with global economic analysis
by Gill South | Jan 19
The outside world has been holding down our rates, and what happens next depends on it
by Lou Barnes | Jan 3
What to expect from the new administration in 2017 now that light is being shed
by Lou Barnes | Dec 27
Assuming rates can't go much higher might be as big a mistake as assuming they wouldn't stay low
by Richard Koss | Dec 27
Higher import prices raise domestic costs, but not incomes
by Lou Barnes | Nov 14
When the world is scared it wants sovereign debt, not mortgage-backed securities
by Lou Barnes | Aug 8
Interest rates are going to stay down until wages turn
by Lou Barnes | May 2
There's only one domino separating Russia and NATO
by Lou Barnes | Mar 28
Any near-term economic surprise is likely to come from overseas
by Lou Barnes | Feb 14
More evidence that this recovery will look like no other since World War II
by Lou Barnes | Jan 10
Stable cost of energy is a huge help while buying time
by Lou Barnes | Oct 25
Commentary: Fears of new bubbles -- especially in stock markets -- are legitimate
by Lou Barnes | Sep 13
Commentary: No telling if runup is result of QE pullback, fears of future Fed tightening, or artifact of overregulation
by Lou Barnes | Sep 6
Commentary: Many global indicators are at inflection points
by Lou Barnes | Mar 29