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If you simply assumed that oil prices were the only culprit behind the deflation we are seeing then you’d be missing something. Food prices declined 1.6% in February after declining 1.1% in January. That’s the third consecutive monthly decline in food prices we’ve seen.
In the wake of a meltdown on Wall Street, looming moves to the upside in interest rates, and weak economic data, your investing strategy should be to connect the dots, build your shopping list and be prepared to snap up shares of quality companies at favorable prices.
It’s that time of the year! No, not Halloween and not even Thanksgiving...it's holiday-shopping forecast season.
With cloud computing becoming commonplace, the federal government is seeking to place every byte of data on the Internet under its jurisdiction, a power-grab that should concern every American and every foreigner using an American corporation for computer services.
Looking at the ripple effect on the iPhone ecosystem, there are a number of companies poised to see a favorable bump in revenues and earnings amid rising iPhone volumes.
Looking at all inputs of the consumer spending equation it’s not unrealistic to think the NRF’s above trend holiday shopping forecast that calls for a 4.5% increase year over year in 2014 could be a tad exuberant.
Despite the climate of the economic recovery, consulting firm McKinsey & Company found that two out of every five Americans (or 40%) are living paycheck to paycheck.
In an era where there is little bipartisan agreement, the need to pass a new terrorism insurance legislation finds remarkable consensus on both sides of the aisle.
As political consultants look for what caused the shellacking Democrats took at the polls last week, let’s not forget consumers tend vote with their wallets, so we have to consider the impact of ObamaCare.