The U.K.'s referendum, which was a non-binding advisory vote, to leave the EU caught everyone by surprise. The surprise was that the decision to leave the European Union is so detrimental to the citizens of Great Britain. Why would they vote to leave?
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Last week, the Federal Reserve finally acknowledged that they can’t explain what's happening in the economy. Their long anticipated interest rate hikes, estimated to increase twice in 2016, has been marginalized by the voting members of the Federal Reserve Board.
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The U.S. and World economies are suggesting more challenges are ahead as indicated by the drop in the U.S. Treasury interest rates. Investors around the globe are driving down yields on the 10-year note by buying up U.S. Treasuries. This has led to the yield decreasing… More >>
Friday was a seminal day which presented both investors and global Central Bankers with something to chew on. The U.S. economy added a meager 38K to jobs in May, well below the 158K jobs analysts had forecasted. Sure, there was a Verizon employee strike. But even when… More >>