Weekly Economic Commentary Archive

 
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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.
  • 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?
  • May 29, 2015

    • Reflections From a Whirlwind Tour of Asia
    • Roads and Ports are Pathways to U.S. Prosperity
  • May 22, 2015

    • Can Emerging Markets Survive Lower Commodity Prices?
    • Some Central Banks Are Playing the Market
    • Australia – Real Estate Is Too Frothy for Regulator’s Tastes
  • May 15, 2015

    • Explaining the Rise in Long-Term Interest Rates
    • Consumers Should Overcome Higher Gas Prices
    • OPEC and the U.S. Face Off in the Oil Markets
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