Incoming Recession? What to Know About a Yield Curve Inversion

As March raps up and spring gets underway, plenty of big stories have been filling newspaper's front pages. From the ongoing issues of Boeing's 737's to the end of the Mueller probe to more accusations against Facebook, there has been plenty to fill headlines over the past few weeks (Yet, somehow CNN is still only … Continue reading Incoming Recession? What to Know About a Yield Curve Inversion

OPEC is Cutting Oil Production, but Gas Prices Will Be Fine

Members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), along with allies like Russia, met in Azerbaijan on Monday to assess the status of their current oil production cuts. Their verdict: keep production down by 1.2 million barrels a day collectively through June of this year. This news helped push Brent Oil Futures, the global … Continue reading OPEC is Cutting Oil Production, but Gas Prices Will Be Fine

Reducing The Budget Deficit is Falling Out of Style

The year 2018 marked the highest federal budget deficit since 2012, reaching $878 billion by the end of December. President Trump released his budget proposal for the 2020 fiscal year on Monday, and it would appear that this high deficit trend is going to continue. The proposed budget would raise the deficit to $1.1 trillion, … Continue reading Reducing The Budget Deficit is Falling Out of Style