Yesterday’s big sell off on Wall Street is a result of the sort of volatility investors have come to expect from Washington these days.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is out with a report of what the future of the workforce will look like in 2060, and Dr. Perryman finds it quite troubling.
Dr. Perryman tells us recent indicators suggest the labor market is in one of the best positions it’s been in decades.
John Thompson, longtime director of the Census, is resigning. Dr. Perryman says Thompson was also one of the Bureau’s leading demographers.
Dr. Perryman looks back at Emmanuel Macron’s victory over Marine Le Pen to win the French Presidency as an important moment for the entire global economy.
Dr. Perryman dives inside Friday’s jobs report from the Labor Department and saw an addition of 211,000 jobs created, which is a positive indicator.
The amount of money being sent back home to Mexico from people living in the US is up 15% over the last year. Dr. Perryman explains why that is important.
There is another signal that Texas’ economic rebound is continuing. Real estate agents sold a record 68,000 homes in the first quarter.
Congress has reached an accord that is going to keep the government in money until at least the end of September, but Dr. Perryman asks if this is any way to run a trillion dollar enterprise.
Dr. Perryman says we have entered a pattern in the economy he’s described as “quiet uncertainty.”