Highlights from June 2018

Here are highlights from June 2018,

Our three most read posts in June 2018

Those three U.S. recession indicators – how near or far are those from being invoked?

Manufacturing is growing in the United States, but it isn’t generating too many jobs

Does the global economy run on fake data?

All posts from June 2018 

The downsides of synchronised global growth

Deutsche Bank CEO “sick and tired of bad news”

Manufacturing is growing in the United States, but it isn’t generating too many jobs

Unemployment in Europe is lowest since 2008 but is still twice that of the United States

Interest Rates in the European Union

Here is how much total assets or balance sheets of Central Banks have grown in the 21st century

50 countries have seen a change to their interest rate in the past three months, with exactly half each seeing an increase and half seeing a decrease

Interest Rate for each country (as of June 2018)

Do economic fundamentals matter anymore? Part 1 of 3

Do economic fundamentals matter anymore? Part 2 of 3

Do economic fundamentals matter anymore? Part 3 of 3

Government Revenue as percentage of GDP for each country

Three slightly different US recession indicators

This is what is likely to happen when the European Central Bank ends bond buying

U.S. Household Net Worth now exceeds $100 trillion

Here’s how job growth has been across different sectors in the United States since 2007

Here’s how UK tax collections for different taxes have grown since the year 2000

Does the global economy run on fake data?

The machines are slowly learning but they can and will be fooled

Those three U.S. recession indicators – how near or far are those from being invoked?

The U.S. and mainland Europe have moved in different directions over the past year on interest rates, equity returns, bond yields and government borrowing

14 things about U.S. trade and trade tariffs

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

 

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