Highlights from July 2018

Here are highlights from July 2018,

Our three most read posts in July 2018

Do economic fundamentals matter anymore?

The impact of U.S. tax cuts on Federal finances so far

Here’s how much the balance sheets of the Bank of Japan, the Swiss National Bank, the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank have grown this century

All posts from July 2018

Something strange is happening in the global economy right now

Construction Spending continues to grow at a rapid pace in the United States

Do economic fundamentals matter anymore?

New posts will be published next on July 8 or July 9

Percentage population for each country by age

Here’s how the unemployment rate has changed for every state in the United States over the past decade

The global economy is scorching hot right now (just like the weather) but … Winter is Coming

The business of aging – how changing demographics are shaping the economic future in more ways than one

Here’s how much the balance sheets of the Bank of Japan, the Swiss National Bank, the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank have grown this century

Bond yields globally have fallen over the past year other than in the U.S., Canada and Emerging Markets

Intra European Union (EU) Trade Statistics for 2017 – Germany was the largest exporter and importer, the Netherlands had the largest surplus and the United Kingdom the largest deficit

Home and Rental Vacancy Rate for each state of the United States

Some good quotes on money, finance and investing

The youth economic dividend – does it really exist for the current day world?

The European Union just posted a record trade surplus with the United States (and a record trade deficit with Russia) for the January to May 2018 period

Contrary to popular belief – foreigners are not buying the bulk of United States federal government debt

Personal taxes in the United States now contribute a record 45.7% of total Federal government receipts

UK households have seen their outgoings surpass their income for the first time in nearly 30 years

U.S. Q2 2018 GDP estimated at 4.1% as personal consumption soars but wage growth collapses

Here’s how much money supply has grown for major economies in the past decade (2008 to 2018)

Eurozone Q2 2018 GDP up by 0.3% and European Union Q2 2018 GDP up by 0.4% as Household saving rate falls to the lowest in over a decade

 

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