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FMI November 2014 Economic and Investment Outlook

FMI's complete November 2014 Economic & Investment Outlook.

The U.S. Dollar and International Economic Conditions

FMI's comparative analysis of the key economic indicators between the U.S. and other lcountries/regions.

FMI Weekly Data Preview: November 3-7

FMI’s Preview of the coming week’s data releases including a Summary of data released in October and a Schedule of major releases in November.

The U.S. Dollar and International Economic Conditions

FMI's comparative analysis of the key economic indicators between the U.S. and other lcountries/regions.

Abe Poll Ratings Resume Plunge, Part 4

Abe's falling approval ratings and the TPP stalemate.

Data Round-Up: Real Final Sales Post Biggest Gain in Almost Four Years

FMI’s analyses of this morning’s Advance Report of 14Q3 GDP and the latest Weekly UI Claims & Rail Traffic results.

Abe Poll Ratings Resume Plunge, Part 3

Abe’s falling approval ratings make him even more cautious on restarting the nuclear power plants in the face of the two-thirds of the public that opposes restarts,

FOMC Ends QE3, Tilts in More Hawkish Direction

FMI’s commentary on today’s FOMC post-meeting statement.

Abe Poll Ratings Resume Plunge, Part 1

After a very short-lived bounce in his approval ratings from the Cabinet reshuffle in September, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has suffered an equally quick tumble back to the pre-shuffle lows.

Abe Poll Ratings Resume Plunge, Part 2

As we detailed in yesterday’s Alert, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s approval ratings have resume the steady slide that was temporarily interrupted by the Cabinet reshuffle in September. We suspect that his support remains “a mile wide and an inch deep.” If there were a solid alternative, either inside the LDP or from the opposition parties, we suspect his approval ratings would be even lower.

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