Steady inflation. Low unemployment. Strong consumer spending. Increasing wages. Several key factors are propelling the U.S. economy.
There is a distinct possibility that we have entered a new “cold tariff-war” that lingers for perhaps years?
While consumer spending is slightly stronger, this analyst says tax savings have been consumed by rising gasoline prices.
Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group, discusses some basic items about China’s economy versus the U.S. and the rest of the world (ROTWO) but first, he offers some analysis on today’s USDA report.
My belief: friends don’t rob you blind and do you intentional harm.
Trump “instructed” Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to “use his broad authority to implement a plan to protect our farmers and agricultural interests.”
General Mills Inc. suffered the worst plunge since mid-2015 after shipping costs and other expenses squeezed profit margins to their thinnest point in years.