Monthly Archives: July 2011

Economy Needs More Demand.

by Adam Hersh July 29, 2011 Three and a half years since the Great Recession began, the U.S. economy remains $56 billion, or 0.4%, below its pre-recession peak. Revised data show that the U.S. economy ground to a halt in … Continue reading

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Quarterly Summary to Clients

The economic recovery, if you can call it that, remains very weak with high unemployment. The markets have been volatile due to a number of recent risks and uncertainties. This volatility has been exacerbated somewhat by the sovereign debt crises … Continue reading

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