Monthly Archives: November 2016

New Residential Construction, Consumer Prices and Joblessness

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Bond Rates Are Rising, What’s It Mean?

What are bonds telling us about inflation expectations, post election? In July, the bond market looks to have bottomed, since then, rates have increased .85% and .84% on the 10 and 30 year treasury bonds, respectively. The increase has stirred … Continue reading

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There are 5.5 million job openings at the present. Here’s a look at the industries with the largest percentages of openings.

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