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Business Intelligence Brief: April 23, 2015

  Housing Market Still Reacting to Crisis Years The price of both existing homes and new homes has accelerated of late and that is causing some real consternation in the…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 22, 2015

Job Growth Affected by Oil Price Collapse It was assumed that sooner or later the collapse in the per barrel price of oil would take its toll on those states…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 21, 2015

Is Fiscal Constraint a Thing of the Past? Since the debt fueled period that led up to the recession there has been an effort to reduce the spending of government…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 20, 2015

Not Official But….. A few months ago the economist were divided about 50-50 on whether they thought there would be a rate hike from the Federal Reserve in June. The…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 16, 2015

Industrial Production is Off The signals suggesting that there are more issues in the economy than assumed keep accumulating. This time it is the industrial production numbers as they showed…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 15, 2015

Another Miss but Still Not Bad The prediction was that retail numbers would be up substantially this month – a gain of at least 1.1%. It didn’t quite work out…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 14, 2015

It Was Fun While it Lasted Actually the news is not all that bad – considering. The deficit has been falling for the last several years and is now at…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 13, 2015

Dollar Gains Likely to Continue Thus far the dollar has gained 29% against the euro and 18% against the yen. Given that these currencies are considered to be the competitors…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 9, 2015

The Collapse of the Routine Job Over the past several years there has been a steady decline in the availability of the “routine” job – something that most everybody has…

Business Intelligence Brief: April 8, 2015

Here’s a Cheery Thought – IMF Predicts Long Period of Slow Growth There are all kinds of questions that emerge when one considers economic issues. Most of the conversation is…

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