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Canada Goes Against the Grain  $

When Justin Trudeau was campaigning he offered a nod to those who opposed deficit spending and promised the country would limit the size of that deficit spend. Shortly after taking…

WTO Has a Different View of Global Growth Estimates. $

The World Trade Organization has a little more pessimistic view of global growth than we saw with the IMF. The WTO has global growth at about 2.8%, less than the…

Latest on the Brexit.

We’ll start to give you some progress updates on Brexit as they become available.  Here’s the latest bits of news: A spat between the White House and elements of the…

Dollar Strengthens Against Yen on BOJ Talks.

The Bank of Japan is considering a further dive into negative interest rate territory, and it sent the dollar higher by 1.7% against the yen on Friday. The BOJ is…

Who Starts Businesses and Why

Much has been made of the entrepreneurial spirit in the US and the assumption has been that Americans are universally eager to start and run their own business. In fact,…

Brexit

We aren’t going to write much about Brexit right now, but rest assured that it will be one of the top discussion points for the second half of the year…

IMF Recasts Global Growth Forecast for 2016 – Downward. $

IMF Recasts Global Growth Forecast for 2016 – Downward.   $

The International Monetary Fund has downgraded general global growth forecasts for 2016 and 2017, suggesting that the global economy may have slowed enough to hit “stall speed”.  Although it hasn’t…

S&P Cuts China Outlook to Negative – Transitional Change is Painful. $

China is undergoing a transformation that we should all really be somewhat admiring – because the pain and suffering is somewhat self-inflicted. The Central Government is making changes to how…

Japan Urged to Spend Windfall $

The decision to engage negative interest rates has allowed the government of Japan to accumulate a $700 billion windfall and now the question is what to do with it. The…

Singapore Worried About Households During Economic Downturn. $

In a few ways, Singapore looks much like the United States. It has an aging population that is creating labor shortages in many sectors. It also is facing the same…

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