Gold is off 16 percent from its high, silver almost 40 percent down from the record high established in May of this year.
Although the unemployment rate remains stubbornly high, the trend is going in the right direction and the number of long-term unemployed fell.
The markets have been in a tight trading range all summer. Are there any signs of a change in this side-ways trend?
In this podcast interview, Dr. Don M. Atwater explains how decreases in public sector employment will push back the recovery of the U.S. labor market.
GBR Market Wrap, June 3, 2011 In this Week’s Issue Weekly Snapshot Market Barometers Weekly Chart Recommended Read Recommended Video Weekly Snapshot • Moody’s sounds alarm over U.S. debt limit and deficits (Reuters) • U.S. Dollar at yet another record low against Swiss Franc on Friday • U.S. economy ads just 54,000 jobs as unemployment … Continued
Market Wrap offers a summary of this week’s interesting market events and major economic news from financial risk-management expert Clemens Kownatzki.
In this podcast, economist Don M. Atwater and finance guru Darrol J. Stanley discuss the potential pitfalls of the Federal Reserve’s current monetary policy.
Market Wrap offers a brief summary of interesting market events and major economic news for the week from financial risk-management expert Clemens Kownatzki.
Can’t view this video? Click here to open in new window. Chris Thornberg, founding principal of Beacon Economics and Editorial Review Board member of the Graziadio Business Report, fills in the GBR about the latest findings of Beaconomics, the quarterly forecast for the U.S. and California economies. Based on the latest statistics on U.S. unemployment, … Continued
Can’t see the above video? Click this link to watch. In this video interview, Ann Feyerherm, PhD, Professor of Organization and Management and Chair of the Applied Behavior Science and Organization Theory and Management Department, explores the psychological impact of losing a job and effective methods for bouncing back.
Davide Accomazzo, MBA Economic forecasting is never an easy task but admittedly this year is harder than usual. The deep financial and social dislocations we suffered in the last 12 months have set in motion dynamics we hardly understand in their full ramifications. Most forecasts seem to point to a difficult first half followed by … Continued
(This blog post has been excerpted from a previous article by Dr. Strom in the Graziadio Business Report) The global financial crisis is having echo effects across many business sectors. Having coached executives who had been fired or laid off, I would like to share some of the lessons I learned that are particularly relevant … Continued