GDP and Living Standards

GDP and Living Standards

GDP and Living Standards “Which would you prefer to be: a medieval monarch or a modern office-worker?” If you immediately answered medieval monarch, take a moment to ponder life without “…modern dentistry, antibiotics, air travel, smartphones, and YouTube.” Last week,...

Forecast 2016: China

Forecasts 2016: China In his 2016 Forecasts Event (held January 26th, 2016), Jonathan K. DeYoe discussed China in 2015 and the traditional process of transition from developing to developed world. This process in China (as elsewhere) will involve putting in place...
A Peek Inside GDP

A Peek Inside GDP

Keep your eyes on the data. There was much to be said for U.S. stock markets’ performance during October. Both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index delivered their best monthly performance in four years, according to Barron’s. Any...
Change Is The Only Constant

Change Is The Only Constant

Change Is the Only Constant America’s share of the global economy is potent. Our country accounts for 16 percent (after being adjusted for currency differences) of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP) and 12 percent of merchandise trade. According to The...

China is Slowing and Transitioning, AND still Aspiring

China is slowing. China must balance its slowing economy with its global aspirations as it moves to a less infrastructure driven and more consumer driven economy. China had to slow its economic growth down from a long-term over 10% pace and has targeted a 7% growth...

2015 Half-Time Report

Jonathan discusses some of the more pressing topics of current market and economic activity in his annual Halftime Report. Fundamentals have not changed (much) since this presentation was given live to clients in late July 2015.  This being said, the volatility that...

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