This month, we honor the lives lost on September 11, 2001 by sharing the experience of GIC member Danielle DiMartino Booth.
Last week, many Fed officials gathered at the Kansas City Fed’s Jackson Hole Symposium to give their take on the need to make or delay the initial rate hike. Vice Chairman Stanley Fisher carried the Fed’s central message – it is still too early to decide about a September hike. Before he spoke, several speakers […]
Our best outlook through this murky fish tank is that we are growing slowly in the US and gradually improving. We see 2.5 to 3 million new, nonfarm payroll jobs a year at an annual rate. We do not see robust and rising wage pressure or strong inflationary forces. We do have extremely low interest […]
Bill Witherell of Cumberland Advisors discusses the devaluation of the Yuan.
GIC Board Member David Kotok talks about Puerto Rico's default and his new book, Adventures in Muniland, in advance of his book signing with GIC on August 20 in Philadelphia.
Jill Fornito provides a follow up to her previous blog on Jackson Hole, WY.
Bill Witherell of Cumberland Advisors talks about the Eurozone, outside of Greece.
Chief Economist of the NFIB Bill Dunkelberg compares this economic recovery to the 1980s recovery.