United States Category

This page contains posts filed under the ‘United States’ category. That means the overall theme of the posts on this page pertain primarily to the United States.

United States Employment

February 3, 2012

The United States employment situation is definitely an interesting subject. If you’re interested in how the United States economy is doing, then you should be interested in the contents of this page. Why? Because this is the page where I will be covering, commenting and sharing my opinions on the the US employment situation. The […]


United States Dollar

November 25, 2010

The United States dollar is the official name of the currency used by the United States. The most recognized and most popular currency in the world, the United States dollar, also known as the US dollar, USD, greenback, buck, dollar bill, amongst other names, is one of the most widespread, most liquid and the most […]


Job Creation In The United States At Last?

November 8, 2010

Check out the latest United States Employment analysis. Surprising economists the world over, the United States added 151,000 jobs total to its non-farm payrolls in October 2010 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The private sector grew by 159,000 jobs and the government sector contracted by 14,000 jobs. Unfortunately, the unemployment rate remained stable […]


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 […]


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].