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Data shows that while the housing bubble continues to grow, birth rates continue to fall, with a decline of 13 percent between 2010 and 2016.
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For the seventh time around, Fed Funds rate surged by another quarter point to 2 percent. Bitcoin is seeing resistance as trading continues volatility.
The next economic crisis might be worse than the Great Recession as interest rates increase, along with growing corporate and household debts.
The Dow Jones closed higher this week, correcting is 10 percent deficit as of Jan. 26. U.S. stocks opened within reasonable limits last Tuesday.
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.
In hopes of creating a leverage to break even a debt crisis, Canada increases the interest rates of housing programs but finds financial disappointment.
Rebalancing investments include asset allocation. The latter means buying and selling assets in order to maximize gains and minimize potential losses.
The US stock markets' increasing value is not seen as a favorable sign while international exchanges are dwindling.