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This is why Trump’s election is causing the recent uptick in interest rates And it’s not likely to stop anytime soon
· Why women were seeking IUDs after the election. Birth control pills have a 6 percent failure rate, meaning that 60 of 1,000 women using them will become pregnant. IUDs, meanwhile, have a failure rate below 1 percent. After the election, the AthenaHealth data shows a slight uptick in the share of doctor visits about birth control where IUDs were discussed.
Foreclosure filings edge up in October: RealtyTrac CHICAGO (MarketWatch) – Foreclosure filings fell 14% in November, compared with November 2009, according to a report released Thursday by RealtyTrac, an online marketplace for foreclosure.
How does a president of the US raise an interest rate ? He doesn’t. In the US, and pretty much everywhere, interest rates are set by markets, as the price at which a willing lender will lend money to a willing borrower. There may be a generally th.
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2:40 pm ET. On Monday, republican presidential nominee donald trump blasted Chairwoman Janet Yellen for keeping rates "artificially low" in order to help president barack obama. Just four months ago, he said he had "great respect" for the Fed chief and cautioned raising rates "would be a disaster" for the economy.
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The Influence of Donald Trump. A chart from a December article in the Wall Street Journal paints a sobering picture about President-Elect Trump’s impact on interest rates when he won the U.S. presidential election. Before the election, interest rates were hovering at just above 3.5%.
How Donald Trump’s Presidency Will Affect Interest Rates. Throughout his campaign and following his win in the November election, President-elect Donald Trump has had a massive impact on our nation and around the world. Once he is sworn is as Commander-in-chief, President-elect Trump will continue to influence many aspects of everyday life,
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· Liberals have taken note of the economic revival and are scrambling to invent plausible explanations without having to – God forbid – assign any credit to Mr. Trump. The latest spin is that this is the “Janet Yellen economy” driven by the Fed’s low interest rate policies.
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In his second State of the Union address, President Donald Trump sought to strike a bipartisan tone of unity and progress, just weeks after the longest shutdown in U.S. history – and with less.
The real reason that Donald Trump wants to fire jerome powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve is that interest rate increases cost him big money.