23 November 2018

1) Global economic slowdown is due to rising interest rates and the trade war. The international slowdown is faster for other nations than for America, while England’s growth rate is slowing because of the additional problem of Brexit.

2) Government funding may run out on the seventh of December, when Congress might shut down the government over the boarder wall funding.

3) Worries are growing about high corporate debt, which might cause economic problems in the future, with corporate debt now totaling nine trillion dollars. Furthermore, increasing interest rates on debts may pull corporations down who are unable to service that debt. Corporate debt has double over the last decade.

4) 21 NOV 18    Stock market closings:

Dow                        24,464.69       down        0.95
Nasdaq                     6,972.25             up     63.43
S&P 500                    2,649.93             up       8.04

10 Year Yield:      up   at     3.06%

Oil:       up    at      $54.72

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