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Inventory to Sales Ratio at 1.33 New York, NY — U.S. economic growth didn’t seem to go that well in the second quarter. But now, one indicator is saying that second-quarter GDP could be better than the first estimate. On.
Monetary Easing Speculations, Political Progress Fuel Rally New York, NY — Spanish government bonds rose today, taking the yield on the benchmark 10-year debt below one percent for the first time. The rally is fueled by the monetary easing expectations.
10-Year Treasury Note Now Yields 1.585% New York, NY — Yields on U.S. government bond yields stabilized, following a big rally on Friday. Just over a month ago, U.S. Treasuries were among the hottest assets on the market. As the.
Dividend Payout for Current Fiscal Year Jumps to $1.04 New York, NY — Saratoga Investment Corp (NYSE:SAR), a business development company, announced today that its board has declared a special dividend of $0.20 per share. “The payment of this special.
Halifax-Based Investment Firm Swings to Profit New York, NY — Clarke Inc. (TSE:CKI) said it is ceasing the company’s regular dividend payout because its internally generated cash flow has been insufficient to fully finance recent dividend payments as a result.
LMCI Advanced One Point in July New York, NY — By now, you have probably heard that July was a good month for the U.S. labor market. The Federal Reserve’s own job market indicator just confirmed that. On Monday, the.
3.6% of Institutions Held 75% of All Endowment Assets New York, NY — Inequality in income and wealth in the U.S. has been the topic of many studies, but did you know that there are huge differences in college endowments.
Friday’s Strong Job Data Bolster Economic Outlook New York, NY — The U.S. dollar rose against some major currencies today as last week’s strong job data bolstered the economic prospects in the world’s largest economy. The WSJ Dollar Index, which.
Bullish Job Report Fuels Rate Hike Expectations New York, NY — The U.S. dollar rose and government bonds fell as the July employment report pointed to a solid labor market, potentially giving the Federal Reserve a little more room to.
Rapidly Aging Workforce Slowing Growth New York, NY — Rapid retirements deprive companies of critical experience and knowledge, which undermines productivity across the entire economy and hurts economic growth, according to a new study by Nicole Maestas of Harvard University.