On this week’s Inside the Economy with SH&J, we discuss interest rates and the yield curve. The yield curve is flattening, and historically inverted yield curves have signaled the start of recessions. How probable is it for us to get an inverted yield curve in the near future? In addition, in many areas around the country, it is a seller’s market in real estate, especially Denver. Does this mean people are actually taking advantage and selling their homes? Tune in to find out answers to these questions and more!
On this week’s Inside the Economy with SH&J, we discuss the resurgence of the City of Detroit. Detroit is seeing real estate values increase for the first time since 2012. What caused this economic turnaround and are there additional municipalities that could look to the Motor City for inspiration? A fascinating discovery of rare earth elements was found on a tiny island in the South Pacific. What kind of implications could this have on the global economy? Tune into this week’s discussion to learn about these topics and more!
On this week’s Inside the Economy, we review the number of new jobs that have been created in the U.S. economy this year. In addition, there continues to be a number of headlines related to the trade tariffs that the Trump administration wants to impose. Listen in as we look at each state’s biggest export/import partner and discuss what implications these tariffs may have on the U.S. economy.
On this week’s Inside the Economy, we discuss the volatility that has crept back into the global equity markets. How does this stock market volatility compare to past market conditions? Last week the Federal Reserve raised rates by another .25%. How many more rate increases can we expect over the next 12 months? We also review the trade balances with the top four U.S. trade partners. What goods make up the largest portion of imports from China? Tune in to this week’s episode to find out!
On this week’s Inside the Economy w/ SH&J, we discuss the impacts that the new tariffs may have on steel. Could there be a different event that has a more significant impact on steel prices other than the tariffs? The U.S. stock market has recovered from the February declines. Have S&P 500 companies’ earnings been increasing enough since the Great Recession to justify the market being at all-time highs again? Tune in to find out the answers to these questions and more!
On this week’s Inside the Economy, we discuss the recent volatility in the U.S. Stock market. Is this a sign of things to come, or will the markets start to settle down? With mortgage rates creeping higher, what effect does this have on the US housing market? Tune in as we discuss these topics and more on this week’s economic discussion.
On this week’s Inside the Economy w/ SH&J, we discuss what last week’s market sell off means for the stock market moving forward. Was it a signal of more to come, or does the outlook for the U.S. economy remain bright? With the recent tax law changes now taking effect, will personal disposable income increase, and if so, by how much? Tune in to find out the answers to these questions and more!
On today’s Inside the Economy, we recap 2017 stock market performance. Last year the index was consistently higher at the end of each month all year. Will we see a similar climb in 2018 and 2019? How will the tax code changes affect the stock markets? Tune in to hear this and more in the first Inside the Economy of 2018!
On this week’s Inside the Economy, we look at the change in direction of oil prices. Could a rise in oil prices signify the beginning of a recession, as has often been the case historically? In addition, we examine the U.S. stock market compared to other markets throughout the world. What has this performance meant for individual wealth, and which countries are benefiting the most? Tune in to find out.
In this week’s Inside the Economy, we take a look at inflation numbers in the U.S. After years of little to no inflation, we may start to see core inflation inch up to historical levels in the next year. In the consumer credit space, auto loan delinquencies have started to creep up, while delinquencies for student loans remain relatively unchanged. Tune in as we explore these trends and much more.