Tag Archives: Growth

Worry Beads, Anyone?

Readers of this blog know that I have been a pessimist on the “real” economy of the world. With population growth slowing or declining in Europe, the US, Japan, Korea, China, India, and Brazil, it seemed to me the demand … Continue reading

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Told you so

The job figures out of Washington today were a mixed but mostly very sad story.  There were upward revisions in the January and February hiring numbers, and construction employment remained strong (houses being built on unfounded optimism of a major housing … Continue reading

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