Earlier I posted some questions for next year: Ten Economic Questions for 2020. I’m adding some thoughts, and maybe some predictions for each question. 3) Unemployment Rate: The unemployment rate was at 3.5% in November, down 0.2 percentage points year-over-year. Currently the FOMC is forecasting the unemployment rate will be in the 3.5% to 3.7% […]
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I know that everyone else is talking about Australia, out of control fires and the insanity of Sydney’s fireworks, but I am going to do so as well, nonetheless. The image comes from somewhere on the web: The idea is much more important. That idea is that a great deal must change. That is the […]
A fairly regular commentator here sent me this video last night, making the point that time is just a number and good things can still happen. I rather like the fact that Peter Gabriel could perform the same song with the same verve over such a period and so I share it with the same […]