20 10, 2020

GDP Soars in Third Quarter – Wesbury’s Outlook

By |2020-10-20T14:09:38-04:00October 20th, 2020|Economist, Financial, Media, Outlook, Policy, Spending, Trade, Uncategorized|0 Comments

There is nothing normal about the 2020 recession. Massive nationwide shutdowns of "non-essential" businesses caused real GDP to drop at a 31.4% annual rate in the second quarter, the biggest drop since the 1930s. However, as we expected, a V-shaped recovery is being traced out. On October 29th, in ten days, we expect a report [...]

17 09, 2019

We’re All Keynesians Now – Wesbury’s Outlook

By |2019-09-17T12:35:38-04:00September 17th, 2019|Financial, Policy, Spending, Taxes, Trade|0 Comments

"We are all Keynesians now," is a phrase that caught on in the late 1960s and early 1970s, variously attributed to Milton Friedman and President Richard Nixon. Uncle Milty was commenting on the general political/economic environment, not saying he was a Keynesian. Richard Nixon, on the other hand, actually said "I am now a Keynesian." [...]

14 05, 2019

Wesbury’s Outlook – Trade War Hysterics

By |2019-05-14T10:52:55-04:00May 14th, 2019|Trade|0 Comments

Since hitting new all-time highs two weeks ago, the S&P 500 has fallen about 2.2% as trade negotiations with China hit a snag. Last week, the US announced new tariffs on Chinese imports. This morning, China announced new tariffs on some US goods. Many fear a widening trade war. Don't get us wrong. We want [...]

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