One graph from The Urban Institute's Housing Finance Policy Center gives us a good clue about why the improvements in the American housing market seem to be stalling: As you can see, the average FICO
The Federal Reserve finally has it all figured out. A brief paper by Yi Wen, Assistant Vice President and Economist at the St. Louis Federal Reserve and his Research Associate, Maria Arias, points out who is to blame for why the Federal Reserve's multi-trillion dollar monetary experiment
Since the United States trade balance turned negative in the early 1990s, the situation has improved very little, except during the period since the middle of the Great Recession as shown here: During and since the Great
Spending on construction, while up from the depths of the Great Recession, is still just about at its pre-recession levels, particularly when one looks at the various components that make up total construction spending. Here is a graph
A paper by Ilia Dichev, John Graham, Campbell R. Harvey and Shiva Rajgopal entitled "Earnings Quality: Evidence from the Field" provides investors with some interesting insights into the quality of earnings statements from publicly traded companies. Given that we always seem to be in
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