Nobody malinvests or spends like government, particulary government pension programs.
Commercial office space has had a fantastic run since hitting bottom in 2009/2010.
The retail sector can’t seem to buy a break these days. With 8,600 brick-and-mortar stores may close their doors in 2017, lending was expected to decline.
Americans’ debt back at record high after nearly a decade.
Mortgage applications decreased 4.1 percent from one week earlier
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has released the Derivatives Exposure for bank holding companies.
Tra-la, its May! And it is time for the April housing construction release from the US Census!! While total housing starts are down -2.58%, 1 unit starts are actually up slightly.
California’s recovery from The Great Recession has taken longer that Governor Jerry Brown imagined. Yet the slowness of the recovery hasn’t stopped Governor Brown from spending like the proverbial drunk sailor on big dollar items
The New York Times had an interesting piece recently entitled “How Homeownership Became the Engine of American Inequality.”
Loan growth in the US is falling and the lowest since 2011.