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FOMC Statement came out today - they foresee continued weakness.
Fed Sees Growing Concern. Today, the Federal Reserve expressed growing concern for the anemic growth in the economy. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) voted to keep rates at the near-zero level...
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New blog post. Trying to get this off the ground again. Let me know what you think.
Taking Their Eye Off the Ball. Friday's GDP (advance estimate) release for the second quarter shows that the economy is stalling, and benchmark revisions show that the 'Great Recession' wa...
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I want to do this.
Hitting the waves and camping in high style on state beaches.
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Ideas for Growth. Amid the slew of weak economic data coming this week, the stock market has lost the gains (the DJIA dropped 4.31% today alone) created by the Federal Reserve's quantitative easin...
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Interesting article on Goldman Sachs and CEO Blankfein.
Embattled Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein just can’t understand how he got cast as the Dr. Evil of Wall Street.
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