With a cyclic inflation-deflation behavior seen at the stock market, investors are expecting further increases in global debt tantamount to $237 trillion.
Much optimism is seen for the British pound following political developments post-Brexit.
As trade tariff negotiations continue between the United States and China, the central bank is poised on raising interest rates to break even inflation.
Currency and property prices share a mutual relationship. With currencies devaluating, investors put their properties on sale.
The backlash of the crackdown on immigrants and refugees are felt by the low-paying labor market.
The GDPNow model has dropped its forecast for GDP growth from a high of 5.4 percent to just below 2 percent, contrary to what Washington expects.
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The Fed believes that through its reverse QE program, it can offset its standing national debt and stabilize the U.S. economy on a ten-year lookout.
A rampant rise in school shootings has shifted the focus of many Americans to gun control, civilian safety and mandated security checks in schools.
In attempts to bring the US debt above water, real estate interest rates spike, forcing outstanding trade deficits to dig deeper holes in the economy.