The stakes continue to be high in the US-China trade standoff, but Dr. Perryman is encouraged that both sides still want to talk despite the arrest of a high-ranking Chinese telecom official.
We now see an inversion in the nation’s interest rate yield curve. Dr. Perryman says this phenomenon often, but not always, has lead to a recession.
When I decided on this topic, President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping had evidently reached an agreement in principle to ratchet down the tensions between the US and China and work toward solving trade-related problems. Fears of a full-out trade war (or worse) were abated somewhat as the two sat down at the G-20 meeting and started a dialogue about getting to a deal. […]
The 155,000 jobs shown in the November jobs report was a bit disappointing to analysts and Dr. Perryman, who says it is below recent average gains.
Crude may be in the low $50s, but with dramatic cost reductions it still makes sense to drill.
Dr. Perryman is troubled by the numbers in a recently released report on life expectancy – it’s falling, and dramatically.
Dr. Perryman takes a look at the trade truce between the US and China and hopes it leads to a positive outcome.
The 2018 Farm Bill appears to finally be heading to passage. As Dr. Perryman tells us, removing the SNAP work requirement is a key reason why.
This week’s 617 point Dow gain after comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is the focus of this report by Dr. Ray Perryman.
President Trump may not be buying his government’s just-released climate report, but Dr. Perryman sees ways to improve the climate without sacrificing economic growth.