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    Macro Musings with David Beckworth
    Jeffrey Lacker on the Past, Present, and Future of Federal Reserve Policy

    Macro Musings with David Beckworth

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 52:59


    Jeffrey Lacker is a former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, where he served as its head from 2004 to 2017, and more recently served as a distinguished professor of economics at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business through 2022. Currently, Jeff serves on the Shadow Open Market Committee. He joins David on Macro Musings to discuss the traditions of the Richmond Fed, the history of the Federal Reserve's implicit inflation target prior to 2012, the two percent inflation target the Fed formalized in 2012, the more recent transition to an average inflation target, what the Fed should consider during its next comprehensive framework review, and much more.   Transcript for the episode can be found here.   Jeffrey's website Jeffrey's Richmond Fed profile   David's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth Follow us on Twitter: @Macro_Musings Click here for the latest Macro Musings episodes sent straight to your inbox!   Related Links:   *A Look Back at the Consensus Statement* By Jeffrey Lacker   *Money Market Fund Reform: Dealing with the Fundamental Problem* by Jeffrey Lacker

    Think Out Loud
    Oregon small business owners grapple with inflation, supply chain issues

    Think Out Loud

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 31:20


    Unemployment is at its lowest rate in more than 50 years, with employers adding nearly 530,000 jobs during the month of July, according to the latest data from the Labor Department. But the strong job gains obscure ominous signs elsewhere, including a historically high rate of inflation, continued supply chain bottlenecks, and staffing shortages related to the pandemic.We talk to three small business owners about what they have been experiencing. Pamela Hayes is the founder and owner of Hue Noir Cosmetics in Beaverton. Thomas Angel is the co-owner and co-founder of Altitude Functional Beverages in Bend. Alfonso Herrera is the owner of Mid-Valley Auto Body and Service Center in Woodburn. They join us to talk about their hopes and fears amid the economic uncertainty.

    Real Estate Realities With Robert

    I should have known better. Last week, I shared with you the latest unemployment numbers - and I took them at face value. Which is where I made my mistake! Of course, if I listen to my own advice from previous podcasts where we looked at unemployment, I would have realized there was likely more to the story than what they are sharing in the headlines. Of course, there is. In fact, the actual data implies the opposite of what the talking heads are suggesting. So lets sit down and take another look at those unemployment numbers and see why we should be more worried than not. #realestate #unemploymentupdate #entrepreneur #realestateinvesting

    The NewsWorthy
    Special Edition: Today's Job Market - Workers, Wages & Walking Away

    The NewsWorthy

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 14:55


    With so much talk about inflation and a recession, it would seem like the entire economy is shrinking and suffering but really - the labor market is still going strong. Unemployment is at its lowest point in five decades and hiring has surged this summer, with the most recent jobs report exceeding expectations. Brian Kropp comes back on the show to break down what's behind the data and what it means for the future. He's the vice president of research at Gartner, a consulting firm that advises business leaders around the world including the ones making the hiring decisions.  He shares the most reliable way to make more money in *your* career and why some people still regret taking the plunge. Plus, what inflation is doing to your paycheck now and what many companies are doing instead of giving raises. This episode is brought to you by Thrivecausemetics.com/newsworthy and Zocdoc.com/newsworthy  Get ad-free episodes and support the show by becoming an INSIDER: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider

    CATS Roundtable
    Larry Kudlow - The economy is sending mixed signals. Market up, unemployment down.

    CATS Roundtable

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 5:51


    Larry Kudlow - The economy is sending mixed signals. Market up, unemployment down. by John Catsimatidis

    Best New Ideas in Money
    The recession question

    Best New Ideas in Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 27:30


    Unemployment is low, but inflation is high, and the U.S. economy has recorded two consecutive quarters of GDP contraction. Can the Fed raise interest rates to bring down inflation but avoid pushing the economy into recession? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    UN News
    News in Brief 11 August 2022

    UN News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 2:56


    Guterres warning on Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant Young workers have been hit hardest by COVID fallout, says UN labour agency UN rights chief Bachelet alarmed at number of Palestinian children killed in new escalation

    AP Audio Stories
    US unemployment claims rise by 14,000 to 262,000

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 0:46


    AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports on Unemployment Benefits.

    Bill Handel on Demand
    The Bill Handel Show - 7a - Former President Trump Deposed and the Resurrection of Bounty Hunting

    Bill Handel on Demand

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 32:07


    Bill Handel examines the deposition of former President Donald Trump in New York by the Attorney General, as he plead the 5th Amendment. In a post-Roe era, state Supreme Court races have raised the stakes for voters. Foes of guns and abortions have resurrected an old idea: bounty hunting. And why are CA unemployment checks so hard to get?

    The Investor Show
    4 Ways Rising Interest Rates Can Impact Unemployment With Prince Dykes

    The Investor Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 12:59


    4 Ways Rising Interest Rates Can Impact Unemployment With Prince Dykes

    Bitesize Business Breakfast Podcast
    The US added more than half a million jobs last month.

    Bitesize Business Breakfast Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 29:30


    Unemployment in the US has fallen to 3 and a half per cent - a more than 50 year low. Agthia - the food and water people - have seen Q2 profit nearly double. We'll find out why with CEO Alan Smith. Plus, as Dubai's hotel market continues to thrive we speak to the head of the Radisson Hotel Group. And the UAE is investing a billion dollars in Pakistani companies. We speak to Dr. Nadeem ul Haque of the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    UBS On-Air
    UBS On-Air: Paul Donovan Daily Audio 'Good news and bad news'

    UBS On-Air

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:26


    Last Friday's US economic data needs to be considered as a whole. Unemployment was the lowest in over fifty years, real earnings growth is horrifically bad, and consumer credit grew dramatically. The positive spin is job security should be high - prime age workers who want to work can find jobs. Job security is a critical factor supporting consumption.

    FT News Briefing
    New US unemployment claims hit six-month high

    FT News Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:55 Very Popular


    US new unemployment claims have reached a six-month high as the labour market cools, the Bank of England raised interest rates by 0.5 percentage points, and European banks are adjusting to higher interest rates. Mentioned in this podcast:US jobless claims hit six-month high as labour demand coolsBank of England raises interest rates by 0.5 percentage pointsEurope's lenders prepare for life outside negative territoryThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon, Sonja Hutson and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Michael Lello, David da Silva and Gavin Kallmann. Topher Forhecz is the FT's executive producer. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Person of Interest with Jeff Thomas
    EP#136 Cody Kearsley of River Road and Riverdale

    Person of Interest with Jeff Thomas

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 21:07


    He plays main character Travis in the latest movie released to AppleTV, River Road but he has also been a Power Ranger and Marmaduke in Riverdale. Welcome Cody Kearsley

    AP Audio Stories
    US employers add 528,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5%

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 0:45


    AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports on Economy-Jobs Report-wrap

    Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
    Unemployment hits 21 year low

    Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 6:22


    As Ireland hits a 21 year low for unemployment, we ask why we are still experiencing a shortage of workers. For more on this Newstalk Breakfast spoke to Tony Foley Emeritus Associate Professor of Economics with the DCU Business School.

    880 Extras
    The unemployment report showed a strong U.S. jobs market

    880 Extras

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 2:24


    CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger 

    BizNews Radio
    BBB Ep 29 - Private investors' favourite shares keep rolling; Pound drops as UK raises rates most in 27 years, frets about stagflation; US unemployment claims hit 6m high.

    BizNews Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 21:28


    Despite dire warnings of the recent rebound by equities being nothing more than a rally in a bear market, the share prices of selected stocks on both the Nasdaq and JSE continue to move higher as private investors keep throwing cash at their favourites. Among the leaders are a handful of counters in the BizNews share portfolios - and one we missed, Tesla, whose price went back above $925 last night on news of its second share split in recent months - last time it was 5-for-1, this time it's 3-for-1. Headline news from abroad is dire commentary that accompanied yesterday's Bank of England's interest rate hike, its biggest increase in 27 years. That hit the pound and raised worries about the UK experiencing stagflation, the worst of all worlds, where no economic growth is accompanied by high inflation. Helen Zille calls ‘Hokaai' on SA optimism post-2024: Nelson Mandela Bay an example of political chaos that may await ActionSA's Herman Mashaba on by-election results, coalitions and ejecting the ANC in 2024 UK's Bain ban an 'embarrassment to SA's government' – Athol Williams Bain's walk of shame as Hain says it must ‘feel the pain' Best of BizNews #9 – The trillion rand property collapse Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    AP Audio Stories
    US employers added 528,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5%

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 0:37


    AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports on Economy-Jobs Report.

    Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
    Is the unemployment system prepared for a recession?

    Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 26:59 Very Popular


    During the height of the pandemic, state-run unemployment systems struggled to support applicants. Though states are investing in upgrades, benefits vary widely and the technology remains outdated. Now, as the job market cools and jobless claims rise, labor economists worry whether the unemployment system is equipped for another onslaught. Plus, Instagram’s shift to video challenges art entrepreneurs and FX’s “The Bear” aces the drama of restaurant work.

    Marketplace All-in-One
    Is the unemployment system prepared for a recession?

    Marketplace All-in-One

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 26:59 Very Popular


    During the height of the pandemic, state-run unemployment systems struggled to support applicants. Though states are investing in upgrades, benefits vary widely and the technology remains outdated. Now, as the job market cools and jobless claims rise, labor economists worry whether the unemployment system is equipped for another onslaught. Plus, Instagram’s shift to video challenges art entrepreneurs and FX’s “The Bear” aces the drama of restaurant work.

    KVOM NewsWatch Podcast
    KVOM NewsWatch, Thursday, August 4, 2022

    KVOM NewsWatch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 28:15


    Democrat Gubernatorial hopeful Chris Jones visits Morrilton; Big Cuppa coffees to be featured in 21 Walmart stores; Ballot Measures Rejected; Sales Tax Holiday is this weekend; Unemployment numbers creep up; we visit with Morgan Zimmerman of Main Street Morrilton.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    How are more people taking a benefit with unemployment so low?

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 2:24


    Despite an unemployment rate of just 3.3 percent, National Party leader Christopher Luxon is questioning why there is a rise in the number of people receiving a Job Seeker benefit. If you found the combination of low unemployment and an increased number of people on the benefit for the unemployed difficult to get your head around, you're not alone. ANZ economist Finn Robinson spoke to Guyon Espiner.

    PA House
    Unemployment Help, Hunter/Trapper Education, Upcoming Events - Weekly Update with Martin Causer

    PA House

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 5:00


    On this Weekly Update with Rep. Martin Causer (R-McKean, Potter & Cameron), we discuss aid for those with unemployment issues, Hunter/Trapper education, and upcoming events.

    The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast
    From Unemployment to Financial Freedom with Jeff Wagner

    The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 37:44


    Unemployment with no other source of income is a dreadful thought, especially for someone raising a family. That's why it is wise to have alternative income streams during these uncertain times. But how do you do that?  In this episode, Joey and Russ bring in Jeff Wagner, a member of the Passive Income Mastermind. Jeff experienced losing his job and had to think quickly about his next steps. He now owns 58 properties that allow him to earn more than he was making annually at his job. Jeff's story is one that many can relate to. If you want to know how Jeff went from being unemployed to becoming financially free, this episode is for you. Top 3 Things You'll Learn:  Why it's essential to identify your Investor DNA before getting involved in any investment opportunities How to benefit from other people's money Overcoming mind trash and reframing your thoughts   About Our Guest: Jeff Wagner experienced what most people dread–losing his only source of income. With quick thinking and help from mentors, he was able to bounce back from unemployment to becoming financially free. Jeff is a member of the Passive Income Mastermind, an IBC practitioner, and an accredited investor who earns from multiple income streams.    Connect with Jeff Wagner: Website - https://www.goldenvalleyinvestments.com/ (https://www.goldenvalleyinvestments.com/) Email - jeff@gvi-invest.com Take Advantage of a Free Financial Strategy Call: https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/free-financial-call (https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/free-financial-call)

    The Daily Dive
    Will Bringing Down Inflation Cause a Big Spike in Unemployment?

    The Daily Dive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 20:00


    As the Fed tries to combat inflation by raising interest rates and cooling down the economy, it risks moving us into a recession and causing a big spike in unemployment.  Now, there is a fight brewing about how big the jump could be or if it will be more of a soft landing like the Fed wants.  As it stands now, there has been a small drop in job openings, but there are still roughly two jobs open for each unemployed worker.  Courtenay Brown, economics reporter at Axios, joins us for the inflation vs. jobs fight.   Next, when it comes to student debt, the fastest-growing demographic of borrowers are those aged sixty-two and older.  Of the forty-five million Americans who have student debt, one in five are over fifty and we have seen their student loan balances increase over 500%.  One example of how bad it can get… a woman took out a $29,000 federal loan in 1983, she is now 91 and owes more than $329,000.  Eleni Schirmer, organizer with the Debt Collective and contributor to The New Yorker, joins us for how more Americans are aging into their debt.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Marketplace Minute
    Unemployment claims rise - Closing Bell - Marketplace Minute - August 4, 2022

    Marketplace Minute

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 1:50


    Stocks close mixed; continuing unemployment claims fall; trade deficit falls as exports hit record; monkeypox declared public health emergency To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Wages up 3.4 percent, unemployment rises slightly to 3,3

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 6:30


    Our labour market continues to squeeze tighter, based on the latest Stats New Zealand quarterly figures. Wages rose at an annual rate of 3.4 percent, the highest seen in 14 years while unemployment remains very low - though it has risen marginally, to 3.3 percent. It raises the question - what is the ideal jobless rate? New Zealand Council of Trade Unions chief economist Craig Renney, and New Zealand Initiative senior fellow Bryce Wilkinson spoke to Corin Dann.

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
    Barry Soper: ZB Political Editor on cost of living payment, unemployment and Three Waters

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 5:50


    Newstalk ZB Political Editor joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. On the agenda was the cost of living payment, today's unemployment figure and Nanaia Mahuta copping criticism over claims councils will continue to own infrastructure in the Three Waters reform. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Best of the Money Show
    Family-owned KZN business, The Unlimited, wants to support 5,000 entrepreneurs in order to alleviate the country's unemployment crisis.

    The Best of the Money Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 7:14


    Guest: Kevin Dixon | Chief Growth Officer at The UnlimitedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Briefing
    How to get a better deal in the jobs boom

    The Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 18:13


    How do workers take advantage of the record unemployment rate? Unemployment is at its lowest level in 50 years at just 3.5%. We take a look at how you can take advantage of the jobs boom; be it a promotion, better flexibility, study leave or even a gym membership. Ruth Beran is a career advisor with Blue Sky. She says forget the Great Resignation, these days it's all about Quiet Quitting, even LinkedIn is providing an option for career pause. So how do you make the most of the job boom – and how do you negotiate your pay rise? Today's Headlines: - Climate bill to pass lower house today- Great Barrier Reef looking healthier- Kansas votes for the right to abortion- Commonwealth Games haul continues- Space X junk found in the Snowy Mountains Follow The Briefing: Instagram: @thebriefingpodcast Facebook: TheBriefingNewsAUTwitter: @TheBriefingAU See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Rebel Capitalist Show
    Lyn Alden (Fed Rate Hikes, Recession, Stagflation, Unemployment, Commodities)

    The Rebel Capitalist Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 66:03 Very Popular


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    RNZ: Nine To Noon
    Unemployment edges up to 3.3%

    RNZ: Nine To Noon

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:22


    Stats NZ reports unemployment rose to 3.3 percent from 3.2 percent, against expectations. Wages rose at an annual rate of 3.4 percent, the highest in more than a decade.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Unemployment expected to hit record low

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:52


    An economist says low unemployment rates appear largely positive on the surface but is likely to cause financial headaches, especially for small businesses. Unemployment is expected to hit a record low when the official numbers are released this morning. ANZ economist, Finn Robinson, told Morning Report that falling unemployment can cause problems if wage growth is well ahead of productivity growth. He says often this leaves businesses with no choice but to pass the increased wage costs on to customers, sparking more inflation.

    One Rental At A Time
    Housing Market to Enter a Depression, Inflation is Sticky, Economy is Shrinking, Unemployment Up

    One Rental At A Time

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 15:46


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    Corporate Cowboys Podcast
    5.17 Reddit Advice: Optimal Way to Explain "Underemployment / Unemployment" (r/careerguidance)

    Corporate Cowboys Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 37:00


    Disclaimer: Opinions and statements presented through content are not to be taken as legal advice nor meant to condone wrongful activity.

    RNZ: Nine To Noon
    Unemployment edges up to 3.3%

    RNZ: Nine To Noon

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:22


    Stats NZ reports unemployment rose to 3.3 percent from 3.2 percent, against expectations. Wages rose at an annual rate of 3.4 percent, the highest in more than a decade.

    WWL First News with Tommy Tucker
    Louisiana's Record Low Unemployment Rate

    WWL First News with Tommy Tucker

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 6:47


    Loren Scott joins Tommy to talk about Louisiana's unemployment rate in June. 

    Financial Sense(R) Newshour
    McClellan: Bear Market Rally About to End, Consumer Sentiment Plunge Projecting Sharp Rise in Unemployment

    Financial Sense(R) Newshour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 78:07


    Jul 29 – After this week's market wrap-up with Ryan Puplava, Financial Sense Newshour speaks with Tom McClellan to get an update on his outlook for the stock market, the economy, and more. Next, Rick Sharga at ATTOM discusses the dramatic slowing...

    Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
    Euro Market Open: AMZN & AAPL supported in the after-market; EZ CPI and US PCE ahead

    Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 4:15


    After the bell, US equity futures saw another leg higher as Amazon soared over 13.5% and Apple rose some 3% after earnings.APAC stocks traded mixed with China lagging. European equity futures indicate a firmer open.In FX, USD/JPY again experienced bouts of selling as it breached key levels, as a result DXY fell under 106.00.Senior US admin official said US President Biden and China's President Xi discussed a face-to-face meeting.Looking ahead, highlights include German Flash GDP and Unemployment, EZ Flash CPI and Flash Q2 GDP, US Jun PCE, US Chicago PMI, Canadian GDP.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

    The News with Shepard Smith
    Pres. Biden Touts Job Market and Low Unemployment Amid Recession Fears 7/28/22

    The News with Shepard Smith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 49:14


    Is the U.S. economy on the verge of a recession, or has it already started? The White House and the Fed both say no, but new data might suggest otherwise. We have analysis from “Squawk Box” co-anchor Andrew Ross Sorkin. And we have the latest from Kentucky where the governor has declared a state of emergency after catastrophic flooding. Plus, Shep speaks with activist and comedian Jon Stewart. For years, he's been supporting a bill aimed at expanding health care and disability benefits for millions of war veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. What he has to say about Republican senators who blocked the bill.

    Don't Retire...Graduate Podcast
    Generation Wars: How Millennials, Gen Xers, and Boomers are Planning for Financial Independence Differently (Rerelease)

    Don't Retire...Graduate Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 28:16


    Welcome back to Don't Retire… Graduate! As part of our summer throwback series, we're bringing back some of our favorite episodes from seasons passed. Today, we're welcoming back our very own Yanni Niebuhr, CFP®, Chief Investment Officer here at BFG Financial Advisors. Originally released way back in our first season, this episode is still as relevant as ever and covers the financial planning from the perspectives of the Millennial and Gen X generations, and how people are planning differently about the next chapter of their lives. And please join us in congratulating our guest, who, in the time since this episode was recorded, welcomed his second baby boy!   In this episode we'll talk about: How retirement planning is a marathon, not a sprint, and why planning should start early How Yanni, a Towson University grad, got his start in financial planning and what he wants to be when he grows up The sandwich generation and multigenerational financial planning How millennials and adults in their twenties or thirties can be doing to prepare for retirement The average debt and student loans for recent grads and how it can hurt your financial independence Deciding what your financial priority should be Legacy planning and leaving behind things more important than money – freedom, independence, vision, values Talking about money within families and how views can vary with your parents, spouse, or grandparents Side hustles and how they're impacting the idea of FIRE (financially independent retire early) Entrepreneurship and small business self-employment and how it can help you pursue your passions Social awareness and the importance it holds with younger generations Pensions, three-legged stools, social security and other antiquated retirement ideas being replaced by “you're on your own” Living in two-income society vs older generations able to live on a single income Transferring wealth between generations, to children and grandchildren, in tax-efficient ways through life insurance, trusts, and 529 College Savings Plans without creating a Billy Madison situation Unemployment and underemployment, and the shrinking value of college degrees Visit dontretiregraduate.com for a full transcript of this episode.

    Retire Young Podcast
    Investing w/ Confidence_GDP, Unemployment and inflation drives the stock market__Episode 568 7/28/22

    Retire Young Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 8:33


    The Daily Sun-Up
    Colorado has paid back 87% of what it borrowed to help pay unemployment; Denver & Rio Grande Railroad

    The Daily Sun-Up

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 14:16


    Colorado has paid back 87% of the $1 billion it borrowed from the federal government to help give unemployment benefits to out-of-work Coloradans during the pandemic. As of this week, the outstanding balance was just over $133 million. The unemployment loan is on track to be paid off by mid November. Colorado Sun reporter Tamara Chuang has the full story.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Why Your Bank Sucks
    Zelle Fraud and BofA Apathy Strike in Beantown + Bank of America Sets Aside $200 Million for "Personal Device" Issue

    Why Your Bank Sucks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 49:37


    Sorry about the delay. I am working on a Zelle book and it has been hard to record. Ironically my first topic is about Zelle. WCVB in Boston had a story about a local man who was attacked by cyber criminals who commandeered his online banking to send themselves $3000 via Zelle from his online banking despite his texts not authorizing the transaction. Ben Simmoneau, the reporter, got the money back for this man and had a nuanced point about Reg E, which is supposed to protect customers from fraud. Bank of America of course did nothing UNTIL the news story came out...like always. Plus I talk about BofA Earnings, and how a $400MM amount was set aside to take care of 2 settlements. First one was something we talked about. $225MM fine for Unemployment issues. The other $200MM? For improper use of personal devices. I discuss the grey area that bankers have with customers info and talking amongst themselves. During WFH in 2020 with COVID sending people home to work, a lot likely happened to warrant this potential fine, which I believe ended up causing people to go back into the office more than anything else that was going on. Plus, I discuss the direction of my BofA book in light of recent events that happened in my life! NB Has recovered over $3.4 Million from big banks back to consumers, with nearly $700k of it being Zelle fraud! 27,000+ Followers on TikTok, Twitter and Instagram Buy My Book "High-Risk Transaction" Find all my social media and other links at: TheNotoriousBanker.com (Links to YouTube, my book's page, podcast links, and how to contribute by Venmo/Cashapp and much more!!!) MY PATREON Page! For as little as $1, you can help James in his fight against big banks. http://patreon.com/NotoriousBanker --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thenotoriousbanker/support

    Financial Survival Network
    Raging Inflation and Recession are Here - Nathan Cox #5567

    Financial Survival Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 12:00


    Summary: Is inflation going to continue, and what effect does this have on your retirement? Retirement expert Nathan Cox comes on the show to talk about how to adjust your strategy for investing/retirement in light of what we're experiencing in the current economy. Indications of a recession mean that we must re-think our investments, which includes being more selective and making sure that your income is generated naturally. Tune in to this episode to hear Nathan's advice on setting yourself up for success. Highlights: -Inflation was running a bit over expectations and came out around 9.1% -What we do largely depends on what the Fed decides to do in response to inflation -They can increase interest rates, but they don't have any control over the supply chain issue -People remember the 2008 recession, which was an immediate effect -Our current situation is progressing much more slowly -Unemployment is the lagging indicator -We could be in the recessionary position very quickly, and by the formal definition of recession we are technically already there -The Fed is probably going to have to continue raising rates through 2023 rather than raising and then backing off -Supply chain issues and the war in Ukraine are making things more complex -The majority of Americans were relying on things like the 401k, but it's smart to be more selective with your investment strategy—focusing on quality and dividends -What investments are more protected from inflation? Make sure your income is being generated naturally; don't exclusively rely on growth and capital appreciation Useful Links: Financial Survival Network Retirement Income Solutions

    Things Have Changed
    Why Are Thousands of Flights Being Cancelled Right Now?

    Things Have Changed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 26:29


    Airlines globally have cancelled hundreds of flights, citing labor shortages. They blame COVID-19, uncertainty, and the tight labor market for leading causes for flight cancellations and delays.The result has been long queues at airports, lost luggage, long layovers, and loads of disappointment.It's gotten so BAD that Heathrow airport, historically Europe's BUSIEST airport, is now telling airlines to STOP SELLING SUMMER ticketsThere are multiple reasons fueling the disruptions from bad weather to the economic impact of the war in Ukraine, but labor shortages have been cited as a common reason.So what is this tight labor market, how is it affecting different industries and how is it fueling straight up chaos in airports globally. Some Helpful Links:US Jobless Claims Were Little Changed Near a 5-Month HighThe potential dark side of a white hot labor market‘Not Giving Up': Job Data Show Just How Tight US Labor Really IsHow to Manage the Great ResignationThe Feds Flawed Plan to Avoid a RecessionUS Layoffs Hiring Freezes Are Tip for Market SlowdownLabor Crunch Spurs Revenue Losses, Canceled Projects in CanadaWhy the Rich World is Facing a Hiring ProblemAre Labor Markets in the Rich World too Tight?Evidence for the Great Resignation is on Thin GroundEnd Hype with Callye KeenCallye shares 15 years experience launching products and growing businesses.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show