In this article It’s that time of year when you’re either super happy that your team made it to the big game, or you’re frustrated with your team’s performance throughout the season (such as my Panthers) or still recovering from a playoff blowout (I’m talking to you, Cowboy fans). Or you could be an Eagles
In this article In March 2021, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said, “[T]hese one-time increases in prices are likely to have only transient effects on inflation.” From then on, “transitory inflation” became the phrase of the year in economics, with high hopes that once the initial supply chain shocks and government stimulus after the onset
In this article 2023 provided an exciting mix of good news, ugly news, just plain bad news, and some so-so news. We started the year in correction mode, with falling housing prices, falling demand, and persistent inflation. Then, a flurry of federal interest rate hikes came, and the market reached a slow crawl by Q4.
In this article There have been a lot of interesting threads in the economic space lately. The biggest stories have surrounded attempts to predict what the Federal Reserve will do in 2024. From what I can tell, many economists and investors are somewhat bullish on housing going into next year, with most suggesting that if
In this article Over the last couple of years, many economists and investors have criticized the Federal Reserve for failing to tackle inflation earlier. In March 2020, the federal funds rate was slashed to nearly 0% in response to COVID-19. By March 2021, inflation reached 2.6%. Two months later, it hit 5%. By March 2022,