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Business Intelligence Brief: November 20, 2014

Battle Among the Banks The controversy over a nominee to a position that might otherwise be considered somewhat unknown is fascinating for a number of reasons. The post is Treasury…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 19, 2014

Confidence Among the Home Builders The home builders are in a better mood than many had expected. It was not that there was supposed to be a reversal of the…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 18, 2014

How Bad are Recessions? The answer to this would seem to be pretty simple – is there anyone who would assert that recessions are not painful and for some people…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 17, 2014

Can Export Growth Spur Cooperation? The one consistent message expressed by the voter in the last set of elections was frustration with the “do-nothing” Congress and the ineffective President. The…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 14, 2014

Interpreting Job Data in a Changing Environment The recession did not change everything but it did a good job of altering many expectations. To be fair some of these changes…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 12, 2014

Notes from the Manufacturing World This has been the week of FabTech – the annual trade show sponsored in part by the Fabricators and Manufacturers Association (the others don’t task…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 11, 2014

There ARE Those Who Like These Low Oil Prices Of course there are – that really goes without saying. If one wanted any proof that the world of oil has…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 10, 2014

Job Gains Ain’t What they Used to be The job numbers on Friday marked the ninth consecutive month of an increase over 200,000 and that hasn’t happened since the mid-90s.…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 7, 2014

Is There a Business Position on Immigration? Not a unified one – that’s for sure. The business community ranks the issue of immigration reform as one of the top five…

Business Intelligence Brief: November 6, 2014

Minimum Wage Hikes Win in GOP Dominated States The assumption has been that the minimum wage issue is one that fits neatly into the liberal vs. conservative divide. The prevailing…

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