Archives for June, 2019

  1. June 24, 2019

      Last week, our post analyzed the possibility that the Federal Reserve would make adjustments to its language suggesting that patience is still required when discussing cutting interest rates, due to weakening economic data.  [i] As predicted, the Fed did exactly… More >>

  2. June 17, 2019

      As the year progresses, the economic forecasts of Federal Reserve Banks and economists suggest the U.S. economy is experiencing a significant downshift in growth.    In an example of a more enlightening forecast, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s GDPNow forecast… More >>

  3. June 10, 2019

      In the midst of this historically prolonged period of economic growth, there is little question the U.S economy has hit a few speed bumps on its road to expansion. For investors, Friday’s jobs report demonstrated a significant indication of an economic slowdown.  The… More >>

  4. June 3, 2019

      Last week’s commentary, which focused on regular recession cycles and the role credit plays in consumption/economic stimulation, can be viewed here. Over the past few weeks, the United States has witnessed a sharp deterioration in trade negotiations, adding further… More >>