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Camelback Wealth Consultants, LLC

2198 E. Camelback Road
Suite 315
Phoenix, AZ 85016
ph: 602.296.7222
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News

Financial and Economic Brief - July 29th, 2015

• Shanghai Composite Index Down 8.5% - An unanticipated 8.5% drop in the Shanghai Composite Index confused many people today.

• Japan’s Gigantic Debt - Japan's debt is about 245% of its annual gross domestic product, or more than $11 trillion American dollars.

• Greek Talks Start, Again - Talks between Greece and its creditors on its third bailout, worth up to 86 billion euros, began today.

Financial and Economic Brief - July 22nd, 2015

• Stocks Steady Despite Results - U.S. stocks hold steady even though corporate results come in better than expected.

• Banks Open, Limits Remain - According to the Greek Finance Ministry, daily limits on bank withdrawals continue even though banks are now open.

• Troubled Gold - At its lowest level since February 2010, an ounce of gold fell below $1,100 to $1,080.

Financial and Economic Brief - July 15th, 2015

• China Continues to Slow - Economists expect to see 6.95% annual GDP growth for this year, and even slower expansion at 6.5% in 2016.

• New Greek Deal - Europe has offered Greece a new $96 billion bailout after its government agreed to authorize economic reforms.

• Walmart vs. Amazon - The Walmart vs. Amazon “fight for retail domination” just intensified.

Financial and Economic Brief - July 8th, 2015

• Greeks Vote No - By more than 60%, Greece voted “no” against Europe's latest bailout offer.

• Compromise Within Reach - According to China’s Foreign Minister the U.S. and Iran “hold the key” to a nuclear agreement between world powers and Iran.

• Puerto Rican Default Concerns - Concerns about a default recently rose when Puerto Rican Gov. Padilla said that its $72 billion in bond debt is “unpayable”.

Financial and Economic Brief - July 1st, 2015

• Capital Controls in Greece - To prevent the Greek financial system from folding, Greece closed its banks and implemented capital controls.

• China Cuts Rates - This year, Chinese stocks have produced huge returns for retail investors who have put their savings into the market.

• Puerto Rico’s Hard Times - A recent report states that Puerto Rico needs both “structural reform and debt restructuring” to improve.

Financial and Economic Brief - June 24th, 2015

• Gas Prices Rise - According to the Labor Department gas prices rose 10% in May compared to April.

• Aid Standoff to End? - A new set of proposals was submitted by the Greek government and formed the foundation for a potential deal to end the “standoff over aid”.

• Home Sales Up - Existing home sales rose at the fastest pace in nearly six years in May.