Tag Archives: ECB

Why Did Michael Moore Invade Those Countries?

Popular Economics Weekly The answer is so simple, and sad. Mr. Moore’s latest eye-opening documentary, “Where To Invade Next?” visits countries that have learned from, and adopted our laws and policies, policies that no longer exist in the U.S. of … Continue reading

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211,000 Payroll Jobs Not Enough

Popular Economics Weekly Friday’s unemployment report was disappointing for a number of reasons, mainly because we are not yet close to full employment, and there is no sign of inflation. The number of persons employed part time for economic reasons … Continue reading

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The Fed Can’t Raise Interest Rates Soon

The Mortgage Corner Our Federal Reserve won’t be able to raise interest rates at all this year, or maybe even next year, says Marketwatch. Why? Because the EU Central Bank just announced they are increasing their Quantitative Easing program (QE), … Continue reading

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