Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA

Jing Pan is a research analyst and editor at Lombardi Publishing Corporation. His interests are in the fields of macroeconomics, technology, and currency. His major projects have included analyzing the relationship between the interpersonal trust index and economic performance, algorithmic trading in the foreign exchange markets, and researching the long-term impact of welfare programs.

Jing holds a Master’s Degree in Economics and a Bachelor of Science Degree, both from the University of Toronto.

Jing was co-founder of E-Learning’s Online Tutoring Service in Beijing, China; a project analyst at BMO Capital Markets; and a graduate research assistant at the University of Toronto. In his spare time, Jing plays basketball, the violin, and the ukulele.

Jing Pan's Articles

U.S. Building Permits Down 0.1% in July

Housing Starts Up 2.1% Obtaining a building permit is one of the first steps in constructing a new building. Therefore, the number of building permits can be a great gauge of future construction activity. On Tuesday, August 16, the U.S..

Wells Fargo: 4 Red Flags on U.S. REITs

U.S. REITs Are Now Overvalued Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, have long been a go-to choice for some income investors. However, one of the major banks in the U.S. recently raised some red flags about the sector. In a.

Analysts Slashed Ratings on Municipal Bond Funds

Five Municipal Bond Funds Gets “Sell” Rating Income investors are no stranger to municipal bonds. However, a major financial services firm just warned about the risk in closed-end funds (CEFs) of municipal bonds. On Monday, August 15, Stifel Nicolaus analysts.

U.S. Budget Deficit Reaches $113 Billion in July

Budget Deficit Up 10% Fiscal Year-to-Date New York, NY—On Wednesday, August 10, the U.S. Treasury Department released its Monthly Treasury Statement. It showed that in July, outlays by the U.S. government exceeded revenues by $112.8 billion. (Source: “Monthly Treasury Statement.

IMF Economists: ECB Should Now Focus on QE

Rate Cuts Could See Diminishing Returns New York, NY — It has been over two years since the European Central Bank (ECB) adopted a negative interest rate policy. Now, two economists at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are saying that.

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