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Productivity Growth Must Become a Top Priority in the U.S.

07/31/15 - 11:49 AM EDT

American leaders must focus on boosting our nation's sluggish productivity.

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No Room for National Sovereignty in the Economics of the Future No Room for National Sovereignty in the Economics of the Future

07/28/15 - 09:01 AM EDT

Nations tried to hang onto ideas of national sovereignty, but the flow of capital, people, information, and trade between nations breaks this idea down; consequently, things must change.

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For Wages to Rise, Productivity Must Increase For Wages to Rise, Productivity Must Increase

07/27/15 - 03:42 PM EDT

The only time that productivity and wage growth rose strongly since 1973 is during the Clinton/Bush years when the government's budget was in surplus, something politicians hate.

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Dollar's Rising Value in Foreign Exchange Makes Fed Rate Hike Tougher Dollar's Rising Value in Foreign Exchange Makes Fed Rate Hike Tougher

07/23/15 - 09:16 AM EDT

The Federal Reserve plans to raise short-term interest rates this fall, but a rising dollar that reduces exports may prevent that. There are longer-term reasons for a stronger dollar, though.

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Fed's 'Tough' Stance on Big Banks Isn't That Tough Fed's 'Tough' Stance on Big Banks Isn't That Tough

07/21/15 - 11:16 AM EDT

The Federal Reserve is going to require the eight largest commercial banks to meet more restrictive capital requirements. Most already have, and they have until 2019 to do so anyway.

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Five Years in, Dodd-Frank Hasn't Accomplished Much Five Years in, Dodd-Frank Hasn't Accomplished Much

07/20/15 - 01:59 PM EDT

From the shrinking number of commercial banks in the U.S. to the increased concentration of assets by the largest banks, Dodd-Frank has been a failure.

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China Moves on Another Front, the Bid for Micron China Moves on Another Front, the Bid for Micron

07/16/15 - 09:30 AM EDT

We are increasingly see the new economic era approaching us and the United States government seems to be fighting the old wars. That must change

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Dollar Will Continue to Get Stronger Through 2015 Dollar Will Continue to Get Stronger Through 2015

07/15/15 - 02:30 PM EDT

In testimony before Congress, Fed chair Janet Yellen is presenting the case for raising short-term interest rates sometime in the near future. She doesn't discuss the impact on the dollar.

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Greeks Have Nobody to Blame but Themselves and Tsipras for Their Bad Deal Greeks Have Nobody to Blame but Themselves and Tsipras for Their Bad Deal

07/14/15 - 01:37 PM EDT

Efforts to form a political community is a tough one and forming one in Europe, an area with centuries of conflict, was no easing task. Greece made things harder.

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The U.S. Economy Continues to Grow Slowly -- and Maybe That's the Good News The U.S. Economy Continues to Grow Slowly -- and Maybe That's the Good News

07/09/15 - 12:07 PM EDT

This has been the slowest economic recovery on record and it is likely to remain slow. But, that may be the good news as the world struggles

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