Schedule for Week of January 19, 2020

The key report scheduled for this week is December Existing Home sales. For manufacturing, the January Kansas City Fed manufacturing survey will be released. —– Monday, Jan 20th —–All US markets will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day —– Tuesday, Jan 21st —–No major economic releases scheduled. —– Wednesday, Jan 22nd […]


Javid’s planning economic mayhem

Sajid Javid’s interview with the FT this morning is worth noting because for many it is behind a paywall, and that means people cannot access vital information on the future direction of this country. The report notes: Sajid Javid, the UK chancellor, has delivered a tough message to Company leaders to end their campaign for […]


Making the Green New Deal work is a cross-party issue

My Green New Deal colleague, Colin Hines, had this letter in the Guardian this morning: Rebecca Long-Bailey, like all Labour’s leadership candidates, emphasises democratic movement-building as a precursor for change (Giving power to the people is Labour’s path back to power, Journal, 17 January). But this approach will inevitably involve the few but not the […]