We’ve left ourselves hopelessly exposed to China – On any conventional reading, Australia’s economic development has gone backwards and is too. We’re churning out ever greater amounts of minerals and energy. It’s just the dividends are flowing.
CoreLogic: July home prices increase 3.8% Double Take: JPMorgan Quietly Raising $6 Billion Fidelity expected to ramp up LPS data operations Whole Foods Market, Inc. (WFM) Stock Only Has Upside in a Sale – Despite efforts to ramp. on the way up. As of this writing, Laura Hoy did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. article printed from InvestorPlace Media,Can Your educational video transcription provider handle Difficult. – There are over a billion people worldwide learning English as a second or foreign language.. likelihood of a positive reaction to videos; Thumb-stopping effect on silent, scrolling news. Take a Video Captioning test-drive >>.
Oh what a love in. even Cilla would have raised her eyebrows: QUENTIN LETTS on the President and PM’s friendly encounter at the Davos summit – Downing Street aides will have been chuffed by the front-of-house love-in after the Prime Minister and President had private talks at the Davos economic forum. irk global liberals might be to talk.
More on the Bailout: Tripping on the Trigger Recently, my microwave has been tripping the circuit breaker. – Recently, my microwave has been tripping the circuit breaker in the fuse box. It started about a week ago and has been tripping more frequently lately. It also is the only item on this particular circuit.
The Zeitgeist – 5.13.2019 – Macro – Every morning, we run the Narrative Machine on the past 24 hours worth of financial media to find the most on-narrative (i.e. interconnected and central) stories in financial media. It’s not a list of best articles or articles we think are most interesting. often far from it. But for whatever reason these are articles that are representative of some sort of chord that has been struck in.
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Howard Schultz to Step Down as Starbucks Executive Chairman. – Howard Schultz, the outspoken executive chairman of Starbucks, will leave the company at the end of the month, bringing to an end the tenure of a socially conscious entrepreneur who turned a local Seattle coffee chain into a global giant with more than 28,000 stores in 77 countries. Mr. Schultz’s decision to retire, a plan [.]
Tracy Do Real Estate, Author at Tracy Do | Compass | Real. – Megan Hopkins reports in HousingWire’s "Monday Morning Cup of Coffee": goldman sachs economist predicts greater housing gains. "The fundamentals for housing activity point to further large gains in the next couple of years," says Jan Hatzius, chief economist for GS.
Realogy soars on the HW 30 equity index | Homeloansleaguecitytx – Fed Beige Book: Economic activity expanded in March, housing results mixed Beige Book’s are released eight times per year, and Wednesday’s release comes ahead of Friday’s big jobs report and is the Fed’s last Beige Book before its highly-anticipated March policy meeting.
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Malcolm Turnbull explains why Australia needs negative gearing – The enterprising spirit of Australians like the Mignaccas is what secures our economic future and the jobs of our. investment ‘away from wealth-creating pursuits towards housing’, the Sydney.
June 30: Sales jobs & business opportunity; originator census. – These rising home prices are helping to rebuild Americans’ ownership of their homes. Home equity was equal to 55.6 percent of the value of U.S. housing in the first quarter, the highest ratio in more than eight years (36.9% during the recession in 2009). Greater household wealth can lift spending and economic growth.