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Business Intelligence Brief: February 27, 2015

Workforce in Transition There are places in the US where there are many jobs available and no workers to take them. The companies in these communities have reacted with higher…

Business Intelligence Brief: February 26, 2015

The Independent Central Bank The hearings before Congress over the last few days have been as nasty and pointed as anything the Fed has had to deal with in a…

Business Intelligence Brief: February 25, 2015

Workforce in Transition The US has long been a nation noted for the rapid shifting of employment patterns – as one would expect from a state that has always been…

Business Intelligence Brief: February 25, 2015

Curbing Fed Power The financial sector debacle that contributed to the intensity and duration of the recession continues to be a major topic of reformers and those that still contend…

Business Intelligence Brief : February 23, 2015

Settlement Remains Tenuous The veiled threat of invoking Taft Hartley or taking some other kind of executive action convinced the two sides in the dock strike to reach a tentative…

Business Intelligence Brief: February 19, 2015

The Joy of Having a Weak Currency The concern in the US has been focused on the strength of the dollar and by now everybody seems to understand why this…

Business Intelligence Brief – February 19, 2015

The Joy of Having a Weak Currency The concern in the US has been focused on the strength of the dollar and by now everybody seems to understand why this…

Business Intelligence Brief: February 18, 2015

Confidence Wanes Among Home Builders The good news is that confidence measures for the home building community has been in the expansion category for eight consecutive months. The bad news…

Business Intelligence Brief: February 17, 2015

Parting Shots One of the most consistent inflation hawks at the Federal Reserve will be retiring at the end of next month and Charles Plosser is not leaving without making…

Business Intelligence Brief: February 16, 2015

Intervention in Port Strike? Thus far the White House has stopped far short of evoking its ability to stop the strikes and lock-outs at the Pacific ports. This is a…

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