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The Biggest Driver of Uncertainty

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Let’s get to what’s driving the markets, causing stocks to sink, crypto to crater and interest rates to rise: uncertainty over inflation. But it’s not just that, it’s about the reaction to inflation. When will the

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Top 5 Economic Risks for 2021

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Vaccine Hesitancy Virus Mutation Cyber War Protracted Congressional Fighting Credit Crunch The combination of 1 & 2 will be tragic. But if accompanied by 3,4 or 5, then the optimism for the economy and the

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1st 100 Days: Biden’s Top 5 Economic Plans

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With the world and US trying to cope with COVID-19, you probably haven’t thought much about what’s going to happen in the first 100 days of the Biden administration. The good news is we have

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Personnel as Policy: Biden’s Carbon Tax

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Over the last few weeks, president-elect Joe Biden has been making announcements on his key economic team. Let’s run down the list: Special Envoy for Climate: John Kerry US Treasury: Janet Yellen US Treasury deputy: Wally Adeyemo CEA chair:

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Biden’s top economic choice: winning the game?

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Yellen's Turn? Let’s get this rolling downhill fast and clear out some debris along the way. 1.    GSA has formally approved Biden as victor to allow for $6 million, office space and go-aheads for security briefings to finally

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Shutdown Ends May 1st.

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https://youtu.be/JMhMCImCLgA It is almost impossible to see beyond the horror of refrigerated trucks in New York City full of recently passed coronavirus victims and the devastating losses to families.  In addition, it’s almost impossible to ignore

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2020 Democrat Candidates: 3 big risks

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The first 2020 Democratic Presidential debate is less than three months away and we have at least 20 candidates who want to take the stage. What do they need to participate in this first debate?

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Fed Pause: fear of the next recession

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"As always, there is no preset path for policy.  And particularly with muted inflation readings that we've seen coming in, we will be patient as we watch to see how the economy evolves." (1) On January

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