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  • Photo of Market Outlook 2020: Flashing Yellow?

    Market Outlook 2020: Flashing Yellow?

    For those that feel that caution may be warranted moving forward in the market, a few points are often referenced that may justify a closer look.

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  • Photo of How Brexit Impacts American Consumers

    How Brexit Impacts American Consumers

    This week, the Conservative Party won the parliamentary and UK prime minister election in a landslide. As a result, the Tory government will almost certainly conclude Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU). Equally as important, if Prime Minister (PM) Boris Johnson delivered Brexit today, his Conservative government will immediately aim towards reaching a trade deal with the US. Even…

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    Trade and Your Wallet

    During the last few years, international trade took center stage. Today, it is even more important to analysts, media pundits, investors, and other economic players. Above all else, issues related to the China tariffs list, the potential USMCA trade agreement, and Brexit have a direct impact on household budgets. To clarify, volatile trade relations translate to unstable food, energy, and…

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  • Photo of Vying for Position: Reserve Currencies

    Vying for Position: Reserve Currencies

    Reserve currencies - the creme de la creme, the best of the best, the apple of the monetary eye. What many monies wish to be and what to so few are afforded the crown. Aspirations aside, it’s no laughing matter to countries vying for position as the next great issuer of a global reserve currency. So why all the fuss?

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  • Photo of What’s Going On?  Behind the Downward Spiral of Global Interest Rates

    What’s Going On? Behind the Downward Spiral of Global Interest Rates

    Interest, or the money paid to someone for the privilege of using their capital, has historically always been positive.  When you put money into a certificate of deposit, savings, or other deposit account, the bank uses the cash you’ve entrusted to them to loan out to other borrowers or make other investments.  You earn interest for giving them the opportunity,…

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