The latest job data paints an unrealistic picture of the actual state of the economy.
Facing the worst approval ratings of any POTUS in the fifth year of his administration, President Barack Obama took to the podium on Tuesday, January 28, to address the nation in his annual primetime State of the Union address.
Outgoing Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has been a controversial figure over the course of his two terms at the helm of the nation’s central bank.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), a specialized agency of the United Nations that fosters international monetary cooperation and exchange rate stability, upgraded its 2014 United States Growth View to 2.8 percent in the latest report filed on Tuesday, January 21.
According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2013 Retirement Confidence Survey, only 13 percent of workers are “very confident” that they have saved up enough to retire comfortably, despite 2013’s record-breaking stock market activity.
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Despite consistent positive rhetoric regarding the state of the housing market from both President Barack Obama and members of his administration, the latest data from the Commerce Department indicates that new home sales fell 7.0 percent in December from a month earlier.
Report from Peter Degraaf. It explains many positive indicators for the precious metals market. http://www.kitco.com/ind/Degraaf/2014-01-14-Is-Now-the-Time-to-Back-Up-The-Truck.html