Written by Steven Hansen
The headlines say the durable goods new orders declined and backlog shrunk. In addition, the unadjusted three month rolling average declined.
Written by Frank Li
In January 2016, I published my first article on the subject (It's never too late to dance!), summarizing my first year of competitive dancing. This is act II, summarizing my journey over the past two years.
Infographic Of The Day: Naming Your Business - Lessons Learned The Hard Way
The reality is that most businesses end as failures, and early decisions are extremely critical. While it's tempting to downplay the importance of coming up with a business name, the fact is that the first impression made on customers and suppliers has a massive bearing on the success of your enterprise.
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Written by Sig Silber
Some Southwest States may set high temperature records on Thanksgiving Day and the Phoenix Airport may record the first Meteorological Fall Season without measurable precipitation since 1938. Alaska is getting back-door cold fronts which are creating Gulf of Alaska Lows which then provide moisture to the Northwest. La Nina and Global Warming result in interesting weather. Continue reading to learn more.
Written by Dan Steinbock, Difference Group
Trump's Asia Strategy, Goals and Realities
Trump's critics claim he lacks a comprehensive approach to Asia. In reality, his current approach is aligned with moderate 'America First' goals. But what did Trump really achieve in Asia?
Stalingrad To El Alamein: What November 1942 Tells Us About Today's Russians - And The Brexit Mindse
Written by Gary
Global markets are generally up, and the USA markets are set to open up on generally positive market friendly news. At this hour, gold and oil were trending up. Hoping all of our readers at Econintersect have a great Thanksgiving weekend.
21Nov2017 Market Close: Wall Street Closes Higher, DOW Up 161 Points, October 2017 Headline Existing
21Nov2017 Market Update: Wall Street Climbs To New Historic Highs, DOW Over 180 Points, SP 500 Passe
Hurricanes continue to impact claims taking procedures in the Virgin Islands, but Puerto Rico improved. The market expectations for weekly initial unemployment claims (from Bloomberg / Econoday) were 238 K to 240 K (consensus 240,000), and the Department of Labor reported -239,000 new claims. The more important (because of the volatility in the weekly reported claims and seasonality errors in adjusting the data) 4 week moving average moved from 238,500 (reported last week as 237,750) to 239,750. The rolling averages generally have been equal to or under 300,000 since August 2014.