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Cheaper U.S. Dollar Could Be Recipe to Turn Ag Economy Around

After experiencing the biggest weekly drop in two months, the U.S. dollar is on the rebound. The dollar ended on a low note Sept.

Trump's approval rating remains low, but views on economy rise

President Donald Trump's approval rating is unchanged from June and remains at 36 percent, while favorable views of the U.S. economy continue to soar to heights not seen in more than fifteen years.

The economy has improved but money worries persist High levels of...

Consumers across a range of income levels are worrying more about money. A new study by MassMutual suggests the worry stems from personal finance issues, but is not confined to financial matters.

Consumers optimistic about personal finance and economy

Floridians have a sunnier outlook about their personal finances and future economic conditions after two months of pessimism, a University of Florida study says.

How to protect your business' profit margins

With the current economy, maintaining a successful business is not always an easy task to complete, and you will need a plan to protect your profit margins if you want to have any hope of long-term survival.

America 2020: Protect Your Family Now!

Do you believe America's financial problems from 2008 have been fixed? Do you think we are on the brink of another banking crisis, or a problem with our currency? If you are concerned about these possibilities, you are not alone.

5 Ways to Make Money After Retirement

For many retirees, especially in the 21st century, retirement means anything but taking up golf or going fishing on a permanent basis.

America's economy is stronger than weak jobs report

A major red flag was raised on Friday when the U.S. reported that hiring slowed sharply in May to the lowest level since 2010 and it was the third straight decline in job gains.

Millennial's Lack of Personal Finance Knowledge Disasterous for the Economy

The millennial generation's lack of knowledge about how to manage their personal finances could be 'disastrous for the economy', say financial experts.

Economy added 292,000 jobs last month

The nation's payrolls increased by 292,000 jobs in December, eight years after the beginning of the 2007 recession that crippled America's economy.

U.S. economy slowed to 1.5 percent growth rate in third quarter

The U.S. economy slowed sharply in the summer, reflecting a cutback in businesses’ stockpiling of goods, which offset solid consumer spending. But most economists think growth has been strengthening since the July-September quarter ended.

U.S. factories show vulnerability to chill in global economy

The pace of growth at U.S. factories slowed in September, a sign that the chill falling over the global economy could complicate the Federal Reserve's plans to raise interest rates.

@Jackson Hole: Be Very Afraid, Bankers are channeling their inner Rothschild

My odd yet intimate knowledge of the outrageous inner workings of our Central Banks gives me insights heretofore unavailable even to the most celebrated, revered and feted economists. I will explain how I came to be amongst the celebrated elite at the Economic Symposium held at the Jackson Lake Lodge last week end.

Gold Price to Plunge: My Remarkable Visit to Fort Knox

Pandemonium erupted in the room as everyone realized they were going to richer than King Midas. Even the North Korean delegation seemed to be quite 'stoked' at the thought of vast personal wealth

Business travelers embrace the sharing economy

Rick Swope not only uses Uber regularly, but he encourages all 12 employees at his Florida engineering company to do so.

Fed sees stronger economy but wants further gains before hiking key...

The Federal Reserve says the U.S. economy has strengthened since a slump early this year but wants to see further gains in the job market and higher inflation before raising interest rates from record lows.

Fed's beige book: Economy improving moderately

The U.S. economy emerged slowly in April and May from its winter doldrums, with the housing and retail industries rebounding, but manufacturers and oil producers still hampered by a strong dollar and low crude prices, according to a Federal Reserve report.

Economy shrank 0.7% in the first quarter

Gross domestic product — the value of goods and services produced in the U.S. — contracted at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 0.7% in the January-March period, the Commerce Department said Friday. That's well below the modest 0.2% growth the government initially estimated.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Why Gold Is Looking Better—The Economist Pronounced...

BullionBuzz is a weekly eNewsletter that offers investors a quick snapshot of must-read news pertaining to the markets and precious metals.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: US Economy Headed into the Tank, and...

We scour the Internet to pick up the most recent, most intriguing articles of relevance to investors just like you.

China cuts interest rates for third time in six months as...

China cut interest rates for the third time in six months on Sunday in a bid to lower companies' borrowing costs and stoke a sputtering economy that is headed for its worst year in a quarter of a century.

Government's share of minimum wage increase

The working poor suffer disproportionately from the offshoring of high paying jobs. The upsurge an hour in the minimum wage economy is the net...

Global Monetary Reset is Coming

Nick Barisheff author of $10,000 ‪‎Gold‬ joined Kerry Lutz today of the Financial Survival Network (FSN). He says that ‪China‬ will soon disclose its...

U.S. economy stumbles in first quarter as weather, low energy prices...

U.S. economic growth nearly stalled in the first quarter as harsh weather dampened consumer spending and energy companies struggling with low prices slashed spending.

Indepth Look at China's Gold Holdings | Inside the Vault

Where did China get its gold? An indepth look at China’s impending gold holdings announcement, the inclusion of the Renminbi in the IMF SDR...

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature:Greek Crisis: What Lies Ahead is Great, Great...

BullionBuzz is a weekly eNewsletter that offers investors a quick snapshot of must-read news pertaining to the markets and precious metals.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Is Russia Trying to Corner the Gold...

Investors face a challenge in deciding what role gold should play in their portfolios. Few understand that gold is not really an investment – it is money.

Are Bitcoins Really the Currency of the Future?

Now everyone knows about Bitcoin and it is starting to make its way into our everyday lives.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Beware the Money Illusion Coming to Destroy...

Is gold in a bear market, or a bull market? Perhaps the correction question is where are we on the long-term commodity cycle.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Australia to Begin Taxing Bank Deposits

This week's BullionBuzz includes: Reflections in a Golden Eye When Will China Disclose Its True Official Gold Reserves Gold’s Relationship with the US Dollar Is about to...

U.S. consumer confidence, house prices offer hope for economy

U.S. consumer confidence rebounded strongly in March amid optimism over the labor market while house prices increased in January, hopeful signs that a recent sharp slowdown in economic activity was probably a blip.

Inflation Perks Up as U.S. Economy Starts Overcoming Weather

Inflation showed signs of stirring in February, signaling an improving U.S. economy is starting to give companies the ability to charge more.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan: The US...

This video is from 2012 when the US debt totaled $16.4 trillion. The US debt has again hit the new debt ceiling of $18 trillion. This is about $154,000 per taxpayer.

Buzz eNewsletter | Feature: Insurance: Gold Has Never Been More Valuable...

From the standpoint of what you can sell it for, gold is certainly down. But what we should be interested in is value. Gold is the only money throughout history to have retained its value.

Upbeat Consumers Propel U.S. Fourth-Quarter Growth: Economy

American households picked up spending in the fourth quarter and remained confident in early 2015, indicating the economy is poised to overcome any bumps caused by slower global demand

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Silver and Gold Truth Versus Lies

Kosares presents ten charts that summarize gold's impressive performance during the first fourteen years of the 21st century.

U.K. Inflation Slows More Than Forecast to Record-Low: Economy

Britain’s inflation rate fell more than economists forecast in January, dropping to the lowest on record as food and fuel prices plunged.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Gold—Currency War Ammunition for Russia

The perfect storm of geopolitical instability, diplomatic isolation, severe currency depreciation, and economic decline has damaged Russia’s international standing.

How Oil Prices Are Crushing the Russian Economy

Over the past eight months, Russia’s stature as a global force has taken a series of economic hits that directly coincide with the severe drop in oil prices.

U.S. economy cools in fourth quarter, but consumer spending shines

U.S. economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter as weak business spending and a wider trade deficit offset the fastest pace of consumer spending since 2006.