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Eric Tyson

Author of “Small Business Taxes for Dummies”.

Financial Review

Year of the Rooster Play in new window | Download (Duration: 13:16 — 6.1MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS…..TPP axed. Baseline 25 million jobs and 4% GDP. Emoluments matter. Foxconn TVs in USA. Kroger to add jobs. IBM to add jobs – after firing workers. Yahoo under SEC investigation. McDonald’s post-breakfast come down. Halliburton reports mixed earnings. OPEC cuts as expected. Everett Washington sues Purdue Pharma for OxyContin epidemic. United grounded. Hong Kong most expensive. South Korea most innovative. Happy Year of the Rooster. Tax season starts. Have a cookie. Financial Review by Sinclair Noe for 01-23-2017


Friday, February 22, 2013 – Taxes, Sequester, Inequality, Name That Stadium

Note: I will be speaking at the 2013 Wealth Protection Conference on April 5th and 6th. For information, click here Taxes, Sequester, Inequality, Name That Stadium by Sinclair Noe DOW + 119 = 14,000SPX + 13 = 1515NAS + 30 = 316110 YR YLD – .01 = 1.97%OIL + .52 = 93.36GOLD + 4.50 = 1582.50SILV + .08 = 28.86 The European Commission has released its forecast for this year for Euro-zone economic growth, or lack thereof. The economy is expected to shrink in back to back year for the first time, driving unemployment higher, and spending will likely be lower for governments, consumers, and companies. Gross domestic product in the 17-nation region will fall 0.3% this year, compared with a November prediction of 0.1% growth. Unemployment will climb to 12.2%, up from the previous estimate of 11.8%.  The commission’s weak outlook reflects government austerity measures and efforts by companies and consumers to reduce debt. Seven Euro-zone economies are expected to contract in 2013, including: Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Slovenia, and the Netherlands. Germany is expected to show modest growth of 0.5%, revised down from earlier estimates. One of the things the Europeans are considering is a tax on financial trading; it will likely go into effect as soon as next year. The traders claim a tax would hurt economic growth and raise the cost of capital for companies, and they claim it would drive trading to other countries, leaving the country that adopted it with less revenue and …