The euro-zone economy stalled last quarter after 12 months of weak growth, underscoring concerns that the region is mired in a deep rut of high joblessness and weak consumer prices. German GDP shrank 0.2%, a bigger drop than economists had expected...
When the housing bubble burst in 2006, home prices across America dropped, construction slowed, and unemployment levels soared. Eight years later, the nation is still working to surpass pre-collapse levels, but one state is already there: North Dakot... #North Dakota#Washington Times
A clearer picture of the currency union’s economic recovery, impending payments by Puerto Rico’s electric power authority and modest expectations for the United States Producer Price Index... #Puerto Rico#United States#European Union
Japan's economy likely contracted sharply in the second quarter after a sales tax increase, setting the stage for tough decisions this year by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Bank of Japan... #Shinzo Abe#Bank of Japan
There is substantial evidence that, over the long term, larger companies tend to have worse stock price performance than smaller ones. The work of Nobel prize winners in economics, Bill Sharpe and Eugene Fama, among others, support this. Therefore, i... #ExxonMobil#Rex W Tillerson#Google Inc.#Eugene, OR
It has been an ugly couple of weeks for the stock market and, while the summer months are often difficult, the ballooning number of global hot spots has put even more pressure on stocks. The negative signals from the technical indicators (The "Real R... #ExxonMobil#Rex W Tillerson#Google Inc.#Eugene, OR
The stock market has started off the week in a choppy fashion and Tuesday’s weak close has turned the focus back on the downside. Once again, the Dow Transports led the market lower and the A/D ratios—which were positive mid-day—closed negative. Of c... #ExxonMobil#Rex W Tillerson#Google Inc.#Eugene, OR