Monthly Archives: January 2016

Still Not Enough Jobs!

Popular Economics Weekly The economy produced 292,000 jobs in the final month of 2015, the Labor Department said Friday. Pundits had predicted a 200,000 plus increase in nonfarm jobs. And because job creation exceeded their predictions, those pundits and some … Continue reading

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Why Does Bernie Love Denmark?

Popular Economics Weekly Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is breathing fire on the campaign trail these days, including his most recent campaign speech that advocated the breakup of too-big-to fail banks. “We will no longer tolerate an economy and a political … Continue reading

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Our Too Deflationary Times!

Popular Economics Weekly The answer to the inflation conundrum may be at hand, the conundrum that has kept the Fed pushing down interest rates since the Great Recession and recovery. Why aren’t prices rising with all the QE stimulus programs … Continue reading

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