There was a lot happening this past week, so we highlighted some of the surprises including the U.S. Q3 GDP and Canada's job numbers. We also...
Governments have created a sustainable rate of inflation across the world, but how has this affected the markets and consumers?
The red states are far more exposed to the negative impacts of Trump's trade wars.
While the tax reform helped to cut taxes by millions of dollars, it has a big impact on the U.S. deficit.
GDP rose by 4.1 percent, slightly exceeding expectations while Bitcoin bounced back triumphantly at $8,400.
Despite the spending of consumers seemingly slowing down, their confidence is on the uptick.
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.
Does investing in cryptocurrencies result in efficient money transfers, thus, expanding GDP growth? Or do they just push credit card debts to the edge?
When the US government implemented tax reforms, they've discussed GDP growth. But they failed to disclose the national debt, now a massive $20.5 trillion.
The buying power of the U.S. dollar has remained fluctuant this year.