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In this StockCharts TV video, Mary Ellen reviews the sharp rotation that took place in the markets after inflation data came in below estimates. She also highlights new areas of possible leadership as interest rates decline. Most importantly, she shares the best way to uncover leadership

The Federal Reserve is trying to engineer a gradual disinflation. It is getting outright deflation. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) decreased 0.1 percent in June. Consumer prices have grown 3.0 percent over the last year, which is the

America has a long history of seeking access to global markets to buy and sell goods and services. Yet trade policy has always been intertwined with national security questions. They are notoriously difficult to separate from each other, as efforts to promote national security impact

This paper investigates the case for abolishing zoning. Recent arguments for zoning abolition maintain that local governments can adequately regulate land use without the strict separation of permitted uses that characterizes modern zoning. The harms of zoning are consequential, and the case for abolishing zoning