A longer time horizon
- The year of living seriously. Longobardi, David // Securities Industry News;01/04/99, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p2
Forecasts what the year 1999 will hold for the American securities industry. Improvement in the execution of corporate mergers; Control of settlement, credit and market risks; Proposal for harnessing burgeoning international financial flows without straining human evaluation capacities.
- The odds favor a year of quiet, real growth of about 2 percent; and Congress will consider... // LP/Gas;Feb97, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p8
Reports on the prevailing view of economists in government and industry regarding the United States economy for 1997 as well as the outlook for social security issues. Push of the economy against industrial capacity and labor limits; Lack of evidence of rising labor costs or prices; Interest...
- Economic growth won't save social security. Davis, Gareth G. // Fairfield County Business Journal;02/21/2000, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p4
Criticizes claims that social security in the United States can be saved by faster economic growth. Projected annual deficit of social security by 2075; Date of insolvency; Faster economic growth as causing an increase in social security's annual shortfall after 2055; Need for fundamental...
- And the party goes on. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;12/23/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30794, p1
Presents an optimistic outlook on the status of local and government treasuries in the United States in 2000. Expected continuation of prosperity, low inflation and low unemployment rates; Views of investment analysts Renee Boicourt of Moody's Investors Service and Terry Menzel of KPMG.
- Boomer and bust? Tora, Brian // Money Marketing;4/26/2007, p30
The author reflects on the status of the U.S. economy in 2007. He states that the baby-boomer generation is about to start taking social security in the country, which he believes that this marks the beginning of a period entering the workforce will start to decline. In relation, he predicts...
- Social Security remains healthy and wealthy. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);11/03/2000-11/09/2000, Vol. 47 Issue 44, p17B
Presents the views of economist Christopher Redlands that Social Security (SS) in the United States is not in trouble. Redlands' claim that the assessment that SS will be in deficit by the mid-2000s are based on a financial scenario unjustified by national statistics; Analysis made by Redlands...
- ECONOMIC and financial markets forecast. // Bank Investment Consultant;Apr2001, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p29
Presents chart depicting economic and financial markets forecasts in the U.S.
- Market Foursome. // Emerging Markets Monitor;10/4/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 26, p1
The article presents a forecast for the financial markets and its link with the U.S. economic recovery and monetary policy.
- The Economic Outlook. Acomb, Deborah L. // National Journal;11/16/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 46, p3434
Presents the results of surveys related to the U.S. economy on November 16, 2002. Perceptions about Wall Street; Views on improvements in the economy.