Today's report on the sale of newly constructed homes tells us that the real estate recovery continues unabated. Sales rose 2.3% in April to an [more…]
I missed this earlier, but here's an interesting statement - part of an interview in early May given by John Boehner on Bloomberg TV:
Paul Krugman this morning hammers away at hedge fund managers who, by and large, are complaining about Fed monetary policy, and especially its so-called quantitative [more…]
Dean Baker raises a fun point albeit to disparage the much deserving Reinhart-Rogoff 90% analysis. His point is that there is a difference between the [more…]
There is no serious effort in Washington to deal with our so-called debt crisis. I would like to think this is because people realize we [more…]
The entire conversation in and amongst our elite, whether be in Washington in big business or in the media, seems to be about the Federal [more…]
Well, now we know a little more. Or, perhaps, we just can confirm something we thought all along. Hospitals are very dangerous places for your [more…]
Seven out of ten isn't a bad score. It isn't great either. It's a majority, but isn't totality.
What am I talking about?
I came [more…]
Not if you listen to Carmen Reinhart and Ken Rogoff (R-R) who continue to wallow in a controversy of their own making.
As you are aware [more…]