While consumer sentiment has, in general, been on the upswing since the Great Recession, as we can see in this chart from FRED, even at its current level of 93.8, it is just reaching levels that would have been considered average during the period from the 1980s until the Great Recession took
Every Thursday morning at 09:30 Eastern Time, the investment world gets a vague notion of what is happening in the American economy through the Initial Unemployment Claims data released by the Department of Labor. A recent paper by David Wiczer, an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank
A recent publication, "Drilling Deeper", by J. David Hughes on behalf of the Post Carbon Institute has proven to be a most interesting resource in this current low-oil price environment. As a geoscientist, I found this report to be extremely well written and the authors analysis was
In a recent posting, I looked at the break-even price for many of the world's key oil projects. In that posting, I quoted from a report by Carbon Tracker Initiative, a U.K.-based think tank that examines the relationship between investing in fossil fuels and the climate, and attached this
Now that we're getting into the major shopping weeks of the retail year, I thought that this posting was particularly pertinent, given that it's about the world's largest retailer. Walmart is the largest corporation in the United States with domestic net sales of $279
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