A History of our Client Communications


The "Our Blog" section of this site is a historical catalogue of our personally written weekly client emails.  Clients might find this database to be a useful reference, while visitors and potential clients might like to review the consistency and depth of our general messaging.  Weekly updates from December 2018 forward to present day are currently available.  Older vintages will be added as we're able.

 


 

The ECB Sets the Stage for Lower Rates, Next Week it's the Fed's Turn

Jul 26, 2019 |Nick Scholte

While keeping rates steady, the European Central Bank indicated lower rates and a renewed quantitative easing program were in the works. What will the U.S. Federal Reserve do?

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Amid Continued U.S./China Trade Tensions, U.S. Fed Chairman Powell Foreshadows Looming Rate Cuts to Congress

Jul 12, 2019 |Nick Scholte

But the trend in weekly jobless claims does NOT confirm recessionary signal

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Trump's Impromptu Rendezvous with Kim Jong-Un, and an Apparent Return to the Days of "Bad News is Good News/Good News is Bad News" on the Economic Front

Jul 05, 2019 |Nick Scholte

President Trump becomes the first U.S. leader to set foot in North Korea, while a strong monthly U.S. Employment Report receives a less than enthusiastic reception

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