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Robert Hughes

ISM Services Index Remained Strong in December

“The services sector expanded again in December, but renewed lockdowns and restrictions remain a threat to future growth.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Light-Vehicle Sales Ticked Up in December

“Light-vehicle sales rose in December but stayed at the lower end of the historical range.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Are Trending Flat at a High Level

“Initial claims for unemployment benefits remain stubbornly high and renewed government restrictions remain a threat to recovery.” – Robert Hughes

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Warren Gibson

Dry Tinder at the Fed

“A more significant stash of dry tinder lurks in the Federal Reserve computers (hat tip: Cathie Wood). I refer to the reserves that commercial banks hold in their accounts at the Fed. At one time, they were required to hold balances equal to 10% of their demand deposit liabilities and were free to hold more—excess reserves. As banks chose to hold reserves far in excess of requirements, the Fed removed the nonbinding requirement. Bank reserves have risen above $3 trillion, nearly double the year-ago level.” ~ Warren Gibson

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Ethan Yang

New Study Links Lockdowns to Potential Long-Term Increases In Excess Deaths

“Regardless of your position on lockdowns, addressing the economic damage these policies have created is just as important to preventing excess death as containing the virus. Failing to heed this lesson will simply be fighting one disease by creating another.” ~ Ethan Yang

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