Written by Gary
U.S. stock index futures are lower this morning as investors assessed the implications of the Brexit. SPY is down -0.9%, WTI crude is still falling, currently in the high 46's and the USD is climbing to its highest level in two months. European bank shares are on track for their biggest ever two-day fall has driven the sterling to a fresh 31-year low against the dollar.
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from the Congressional Budget Office
Federal investment in physical capital, education, and research and development boosts private-sector productivity gradually. The overall macroeconomic and budgetary effects of federal investment depend on how that spending is financed.
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Written by Joe Bongiovanni, Director, The Kettle Pond Institute for Debt-Free Money
Yes, that's $TRILLION and recognize it might be double that amount.
Written by Lance Roberts, Clarity FinancialCaution Advised
While the analysis above was a longer-term outlook of the market, I wanted to touch on the short-term outlook as we head into next week.
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24Jun2016 Market Update: DOW Down Nearly 3%, Global Stocks Reeling From Brexit And Gold Prices Skyro
ECRI's WLI Growth Index which forecasts economic growth six months forward was unchanged and remains in positive territory for the thirteenth week - after spending the previous 34 consecutive weeks in negative territory.