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Growth investor Louis Navellier's latest comments on the Federal Reserve, interest rates and inflation.
Observations and comments on the global economy from growth investor Louis Navellier.
Observations and comments on U.S. equity markets from growth investor Louis Navellier.
With inflation not running rampant, the market doesn't really seem to care now if prices are a tad higher or lower. That may change.
The rate of inflation is measured by the Labor Department’s monthly Consumer Price Index (CPI). Despite Federal Reserve targeting to get inflation back up to a 2.0% to 2.5% range, the reality...
The Federal Reserve's new efforts of targeting inflation to get up to and above 2% in consumer prices might not even matter.
The Congressional Budget Office publishes each year a nonpartisan long-term projection of what it expects will be seen in federal deficits, debt, spending, and revenues. The annual report looks out...
Prices were higher in August, but not by levels that should have the inflation worriers overly concerned.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released its Producer Price Index for final demand in August, and there was no spike in the inflation report.
In the midst of the worst recession of a lifetime, the Federal Reserve has built up a balance sheet of roughly $7 trillion. This has been paid for by trillions of dollars that were newly created in a...
When the Federal Reserve lowers interest rates to zero at the same time the Treasury has printed trillions of dollars for economic stimulus, many classical economists would throw up a red flag.
While the interest rate environment in the United States is still expected to remain stable for most or all of 2020, there are still likely to be negative interest rates outside of the United States....
Ahead of election years, the cost and future of health care has become one of the top debates for better than two decades now. Most politicians say that they want to lower prescription drug costs....
Measuring the true rate of inflation might not be as easy as it seems. After a weak wholesale inflation reading for September, consumer inflation ticked up in September.
The Federal Reserve has been trying to get inflation closer to its 2% mandate for some time, but the current economy just isn't allowing it.