No matter how strong the economy and the resulting revenues to the federal government, government spending will continue to outpace them, likely leading to government default by inflation.
The International Monetary Fund fell into the same trap as so many other forecasters have: ignoring both the temporary nature of Trump’s tariff strategy and the incoming wave of repatriated funds that have been languishing overseas for years.
Market watchers will have to wait until Tuesday to see if the mini-panic selloff last week picks up steam.
Amazon’s announcement that it will raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour is a smart political move for its owner, and it will cost the company almost nothing.
The Permian Basin in West Texas is producing vast amounts of oil, but a lack of infrastructure threatens the profitability for some companies.
The Conference Board's report on consumer confidence in September, released earlier this week, caught forecasters by surprise once again.
Thanks to the Trump tariffs on Chinese goods, the CEO of America’s last remaining manufacturer of flatware expressed optimism that his business would benefit greatly.