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Financial and Economic Brief - Jan. 10, 2017

• U.S. Jobs Miss Mark but Wages Grow - According to a report on Friday from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nonfarm payrolls grew by 156,000 jobs in December

• Venezuela Hiked Minimum Wage 50% - President Nicolas Maduro increased the minimum wage another 50% on Sunday, the fifth time over the last 12 months

• Stocks and Oil Fall - U.S. equities fell, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling toward 19,900 amid concern stocks rose “too far too fast” on speculation Donald Trump’s policies will stimulate growth

Financial and Economic Brief - Jan. 3, 2017

• Pending Home Sales Fall - According to a recent report by the National Association of Realtors, the Pending Home Sales Index was down 2.5% in November

• Argentina’s New Tax Law - Argentina’s exiting finance minister, recently announced that about $90 billion of assets have been declared by Argentines in the wake of a new tax amnesty law

• Factory Activity Hits High - According to the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), its index of national factory activity rose 1.5 percentage points, the highest since December 2014

Financial and Economic Brief - Dec. 28th, 2016

• Consumer Sentiment on the Rise - The Index of Consumer Sentiment rose to 98.2 in December, the highest level since January 2004

• Strong Third Quarter for U.S. Economy - The Commerce Department recently reported that the U.S. economy grew 3.5% in the third quarter, compared to the same quarter in 2015

• SEIU Budget Cut - Labor unions are “bracing for lean times” under the presidency of Donald Trump

Financial and Economic Brief - Dec. 21st, 2016

• Survey Says another 6 Months - Wall St economists doubtful Fed will deliver on rate rises

• EU Sanctions on Russia Continue - Europe has extended economic sanctions on Russia for another six months

• China’s Capital Outflows Gather Speed - Goldman Warns China Outflows Rising in Both Yuan Payments, Forex

Financial and Economic Brief - Dec. 14th, 2016

• Brexit Uncertainties Continue - Brexit growth warning for UK as lobby group says 'business as usual' approach can't last

• Interest Rate Hike Meeting - Yellen Outlook Blurred by Trump Fiscal Plans: Decision-Day Guide

• Oil Rising to 18-Month High - Oil hits highest since mid-2015 on non-OPEC cut agreement