All this money must lead to inflation, right? Our weekly newsletter tackled the proposed stimulus programs and why we’re not seeing rising prices…yet.
What’s more leisurely than going out to the mall, watching your favorite movie, and then sauntering on over to the food court or local restaurant afterwards? These forms of leisure and entertainment have changed rapidly over the last three to four months. And that world may never be the same. We discovered just how deep and long lasting the effects of shutting down an entire economy were on malls, movie theaters, and restaurants.
Three million new brokerage accounts were opened at Robinhood in the first four months of this year. Add in the collective two million new accounts at Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, and ...
On Tuesday we sat down with Ross Marchand, Vice President of Policy at the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, along with Naufal Sanaullah, Macro Strategist at EIA All Weather Alpha Partners, to ...
Why oil traded at a negative price
A shirt, a jacket, and a duffel bag; what do they all have in common? Companies that manufacture these products in their own facilities on American soil are responding to the call for personal protective equipment (PPE) swiftly.
The trade deficit with Japan totals $70 billion annually, with $54 billion of that attributable to the auto industry.
How are the trade negotiations impacting energy, oil, and textile markets? Where might consumers feel the new round of tariffs?
With a deal in sight, both supporters and critics of the trade war with China are finding evidence to support their positions.
The trade negotiation between the U.S. and China is not simply an ordinary economic dispute between two competing countries, it is a power struggle between the world’s dueling superpowers. China is the first legitimate economic and military rival the U.S. has faced since the Soviet Union began it’s demise 30 years ago. As we approach a potential deal, many are discussing whether the U.S. has ‘won’ or ‘lost’ and whether the temporary tariffs were successful, but the results may not be known for decades. What can we practically access about the deal? In the first of our original series covering trade with China, we take a look at the impact of tariffs on China, the effects on other trading partners, and discuss whether broad tariffs are the most effective means of ensuring U.S. influence in the world.