The worrying news coming out of China, and specifically out of Wuhan province, has been downplayed, even with the news that the first recorded human-to-human infection in Europe took place in Germany, and the first Beijing resident succumbed to the virus. The speed with which this infection has […]
CO2 is Plant Food, & The Industrial Revolution produced so much carbon, that the planet became greener than it had ever been. Regarding the witless use of the term “climate change,” it’s obvious to all but the most dim-witted, that the climate changes within known parameters, it has […]
The rise of China as a world power has been one of those phenomena we see, and don’t notice, or don’t want to notice. From exploiting aggregates and minerals in Africa, to farming and fishing on the Siberian coastline, from supplying internal interactive media hardware to the British […]
Retail sales set a record during 2018. We have seen record non-seasonally adjusted retail sales during January and February of 2019. March is normally a strong month for retail sales due to the Spring Housing Market. Expect non-seaosnlly adjusted retail sales growth in all sectors month to month and march to March. The seasonally adjusted sales may have one of two slower sales levels March to March.
The ADP payroll report gives us the first glimpse as to what may be reported for the private sector growth when the government Employment Statistics Report is released. Expect all sector to grow month to month and March to March. Expect a number over 215,000 and under 252,000 before revisions to the February data are made.
The February Retail Report was finally released. The Government Shutdown Shutdown the Release of Some Economic Data. The monthly retail report has not been received very well. December we had a record December and a Record year, non-seasonally adjusted, and it was reported as lackluster. It was so […]
The housing data from the first month or two often set the pace fr the rest of the year. This year, we missed the starting gun because of the Government Shutdown. It is possible that we could receive a larger than expected bounce in the new construction data, the new home sales data, and the existing home sale data. This is a twelve lap race and we are in lap two.