The European Central Bank's move to stimulate the European economy set President Trump into a tizzy. Here's why his tweets don't make any sense
by Lou Barnes | Sep 13
Personal consumption expenditures, the Fed's preferred gauge of inflation, rose 2% from April to May
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 3
And they 'continue to rise three times faster than the rate of inflation'
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Jan 30
Two speeches this week -- one by the Chair and one by a Fed governor -- illuminate the plans
by Lou Barnes | Mar 3
After adjusting, house prices aren't as hot as they seem
by Britt Chester | Jun 30
The short answer: inflation
by Steve Cook | May 26
Be very careful with any discussion of inflation with clients
by Lou Barnes | May 23
Take this questionnaire and find out
by Bernice Ross | Apr 25
Productivity is the way we raise our standard of living, and increased productivity is the result of increased savings and investment -- we don’t have either of those
by Lou Barnes | Mar 28
Inman Market Intel's comprehensive data opens the door for stronger pricing models
by Bernice Ross | Mar 14
New data released last week contained some surprises
by Lou Barnes | Feb 29
Home sales, prices and rents will rise, while the vacancy rate will stay low
by Amy Tankersley | Dec 21
It's not a trend -- it's a lifestyle
by Daphne Stanford | Aug 26
Markets fear Fed tightening in the face of flat wage growth, falling inflation
by Lou Barnes | Mar 6
Housing is already a drag on this economy
by Lou Barnes | Feb 27