October 2010

The FED & Quantitative Easing 2

October 31, 2010

With low inflation and even deflation still on the minds of the Federal Open Market Committee [FOMC] and the United States economy not recovering as quickly as the FOMC would like, the Federal Reserve has been talking about easing monetary policy further if the economic and financial outlook continues to deteriorate, by possibly performing another […]

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Will The Bank Of England Hike Interest Rates Or Restart Quantitative Easing

October 21, 2010

The United Kingdom is currently in a difficult position. With their economic situation looking less optimistic and prices becoming less stable, the Bank of England is going to have to make some very tough decisions in the next couple of months.

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E.U. Industrial Production During August 2010

October 16, 2010

Industrial production continues to improve in the European Union during the month of August 2010. Month over month, total industrial production grew by 1 percent in the Euro Area [EU16] and grew by 0.8 percent in the EU27 according to the EuroStat August 2010 Industrial Production Press Release.  Year over year, total industrial production grew […]

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Americans Are Earning More Money And Spending More Money

October 7, 2010

Though U.S. employment growth is suppressed in the United States for the time being, those who are employed in the United States, on average, are making more money and spending more money during the month of August 2010 according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis [BEA].

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Japan and Deflation Continue To Be Best Of Friends

October 1, 2010

Japan is still struggling to ward off its economic plague, deflation. This plague has skewed corporate growth for the worst and suppressed the Japanese export based economy. The muscular Japanese Yen continues its merciless assault of the on the 6 letter word every company wants to see – profit.

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