Articles About Oil Prices

Author:
Tom Silva
Posted:
08.30.2011

Rick Mattoon on the Economy: On the Brink or On the Mend?

Emerging from a financial crisis of the enormity that the United States has lived through the last several years, it is natural that the road to recovery is slower and bumpier than in a typical recession.  This is the opinion of Rick Mattoon, a Senior Economist and Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of […]

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Author:
James I. Clark III
Posted:
06.21.2011

Is QE3 On the Horizon?

Now that QE2 (quantitative easing 2) is winding down – and with the economy sputtering – will Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke call for a new round of stimulus in the form of QE3? The answer likely is “no”, although it’s doubtful that the Fed will tighten monetary policy until the economy is stronger.  The […]

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Author:
Tom Silva
Posted:
08.04.2009

Global Financial Meltdown? Not in Norway

One European nation has escaped the worldwide financial meltdown and recession.  It’s Norway, which saved its money – rather than spent – through the boom years. As a result of frugal financial management, Norwegian housing prices and consumption are on the upswing and interest rates are affordable.  Norway’s fiscal responsibility of its income from enormous […]

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Author:
Pat Gallagher
Posted:
10.24.2008

Foreign Investors Like Luxury

Volatile oil prices will minimally impact global air-freight growth over the long term, according to a Boeing Company report cited in a recent GlobeSt.com article.  The Chicago-based aircraft manufacturing giant’s Current Market Outlook 2008 predicts that growth will achieve an annualized average rate of 5.8 percent from 2007 through 2027.  Similarly, the report projects that […]

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Author:
Richard Gatto
Posted:
09.03.2008

Economy Grows 3.3 Percent During 2Q

Contrary to the recent grim news about home foreclosures, bank failures, the credit crunch, rising unemployment rates, soaring oil prices, inflation and stock-market jitters, the United States’ economy — surprisingly — grew by 3.3 percent during the second quarter of 2008. The economy grew at its fastest pace in nearly a year, thanks primarily to […]

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Author:
Richard Gatto
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Economy Grows 3.3 Percent During 2Q

Contrary to the recent grim news about home foreclosures, bank failures, the credit crunch, rising unemployment rates, soaring oil prices, inflation and stock-market jitters, the United States’ economy — surprisingly — grew by 3.3 percent during the second quarter of 2008. The economy grew at its fastest pace in nearly a year, thanks primarily to […]

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