The weekly commentary is a review of current activity in global financial markets, with an emphasis on the U.S. fixed income market. Breaking news and market reactions form the core of this commentary.
August 21, 2015
- Was the Euro a Good Idea?
- The Treasury Market Has Lost Its Fangs
- Central Bankers Have Mountains to Think About
August 14, 2015
- China Breaks into a New Range
- The Trickle-Down Problem with Productivity
- Summer Reading Promotes Better Economic Behavior
August 7, 2015
- Is the United States Insulated from China’s Economic Distress?
- U.S. Employment Data Support Expectations of a Rate Hike in September
- Eurozone Inflation Remains Weak
July 31, 2015
- Fear of the Fed Is Rising
- Britain Considers Its Minimum
- U.S. Growth Recovers in the Second Quarter
July 24, 2015
- Should We Offer More Help to Homeowners?
- The Dodd-Frank Act Observes Its Fifth Anniversary
- Canada Looks South for Economic Support
July 2, 2015
- Greek Default is Everyone’s Fault
- A Correction for China
- June’s U.S. Employment Numbers Were Good, Not Great
June 26, 2015
- High Drama for the Hellenic Republic
- Under A Greek Default, The European Central Bank Might Be The Biggest Loser
- A Strong Year for the U.S. Budget
June 19, 2015
- The Federal Reserve Needs to Be More Positive
- Abenomics Is Alive and Kicking in Japan
- It’s Easy to Overlook the Benefits of Trade
June 12, 2015
- Are We Mismeasuring the Economy?
- Cuba Is Opening, but Development Will Take Time
- Small Firms Are Reporting Strong Opinions
June 5, 2015
- America Is Woefully Unprepared for Retirement
- The May U.S. Job Report Was Very Strong
- Why Is First Quarter Growth Always Sluggish?