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While the impact is not likely to be immediate or particularly widespread, federal austerity—sequester-related and otherwise—could affect state and local governments.
The savings rate in January declined to 2.4%, its lowest level since 2007 and the 9th lowest savings rate recorded since 1946.
Housing starts surged in December to their highest level since the middle of 2008.
You may be familiar with Generation X or Y, but have you heard of the Sandwich Generation?
The US Federal Reserve is still buying $45 billion worth of Treasuries each month and will likely continue to do so at least through the middle of this year.
Though the headlines surrounding the negative GDP number have seemed frightening, the report also had some positive points.
The number of workers age 50 and over is soaring—from 20% of the workforce in 1996 to 31% today.
Investors these days are hesitant. It's an uncertain world, and they're cautious with their hard-earned money.
Understand the sources of risk and return in your portfolio: it's crucial to a strong investment strategy.
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