from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
The median number of years that wage and salary workers had been with their current employer was 4.2 years in January 2016, down from 4.6 years in January 2014, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.
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from the Dallas Fed
-- this post authored by Michael Perez
A majority of Mexican adults remain outside the country's financial system. The proportion is greatest in rural areas, where 71 percent of those 15 and older lack access to formal financial services, far exceeding figures for Mexico's Latin American peers. Mexico also trails in personal and business loan issuance, deposit rates and debit and credit card penetration (Chart 1).
Infographic Of The Day: How Oil Is Formed
Does the oil we use today originate from the remains of dead dinosaurs?
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Written by Sig Silber
Hard to know what the main theme tonight is: Hurricane Paine (which you can track here), first Fall Storm, or the Cool Anomaly shifting west out of the ONI Measurement Area? So I guess we will cover all of that and more.
from Daily Reckoning
-- this post authored by Nomi Prins
In regard to monetary policy, Mexico is a good neighbor to the U.S. It has been mirroring Fed policy since the financial crisis. As the U.S. Fed cut rates to zero, Mexico did the same by cutting rates to a 3% low by 2014.
by Jeff Miller, A Dash of Insight
The calendar has a lot of data, but the FOMC meeting is over. The market waits for the next big event. We will soon have another jobs report, but Monday's presidential debate overshadows the other news. The news cycles this week will be all about the election, and the financial press will be no different. Should investors use this news to change course?
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The year-over-year rate of growth of the US Coincident Index marginally slowed relative to last month's revised level. A comparison of this US Coincident Index with the Aruoba-Diebold-Scotti business conditions index, Conference Board Coincident Index, ECRI's Coincident Index, and the Chicago Fed National Activity Index follows.