Outside of US housing, the global economic data are weak

This is a second daily commentary today to give some weight to what's happening in the US after a slew of European-themed posts. I have three or four topics to cover here and I want to begin with the US economy including some thoughts on the housing market, demand for credit, and the Fed's policies and regulations. I also want to connect this back to the 2013 variant of the global growth slowdown where Europe is leading the way. I have a bunch of links at the end that highlight most of these iss...


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