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In the News: Forbes Story on RegionTrack’s 50-State Child Care Study

Forbes Magazine recently covered a RegionTrack report on the role of child care at the state level.

By | 2016-03-17T15:46:54+00:00 March 17th, 2016|In the News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

U.S. Crude Oil Production is Expected to Bottom in…

The latest outlook on domestic crude production from the U.S. Department of Energy is not encouraging. Domestic oil production is not expected to bottom until September 2016.  […]

By | 2015-11-11T14:08:26+00:00 November 11th, 2015|Graphic, Pic of the Week, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Which States are Most Dependent Upon Oil and Gas Activity?

Currently, Oklahoma has the distinction of having the largest share of total household earnings* coming directly from the oil and gas industry – an astounding 13.9% for all of 2014. In fact, Oklahoma now has the highest share ever posted by a state in the modern energy era, with Wyoming’s 13.5% share in 1982 ranking a close second. [...]

By | 2015-10-29T10:39:04+00:00 October 29th, 2015|Graphic, Pic of the Week, Uncategorized|3 Comments

Markets Suggest

Fed Funds futures continue to point toward a coming rate hike but give it only a 24% chance of happening at the September FOMC meeting. The full profile of implied probabilities of a Fed rate hike derived from CME Fed Funds futures are detailed in the chart below. Fed Funds futures suggest a two-thirds probability [...]

By | 2015-09-10T14:47:12+00:00 September 10th, 2015|Graphic, Mark's Musings, Pic of the Week, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Yes, the Current Economic Expansion is Getting a Bit Long in the Tooth (09/08/2015)

While recessions seem to last forever, expansions tend to slip by all too quickly. The current expansion is no exception in that the past 6 years of economic growth seem to have passed rather quickly and quietly. Our pic-of-the-week highlights the relative age of the current expansion, now at 74 months and running.  […]

By | 2015-09-08T13:00:59+00:00 September 8th, 2015|Graphic, Pic of the Week, Uncategorized|0 Comments