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Lost momentum is hard to get back, and the loss of forward momentum in the U.S. economy has become entrenched.
Industry leaders don’t need a crystal ball to see the future. It’s written in auto, jobs, and housing.
Look at the shape of the yield curve within the context of other factors in the economy and not as a stand-alone predictor of recession.
The lion ate the lamb for dinner, but on this last day of the month, the stock market is finally quiet.
Trade news is back in the spotlight after the Trump Administration announced $50 billion in new tariffs aimed directly at China.
The trade story is not done. It’s just in intermission.
Whether inflation swells or holds steady in the coming year relies on two variables.
Plus, a congressional spending bill vote looms.
A change in the funds rate and 10-year note would bring the yield curve back into the realm of normal after years of being out of bounds.
Why we might not see a higher funds rate next year.