Strength In Employment Not Indicative Of Near-Term Recession


Today’s October employment situation report goes a long way in discarding recent recession chatter. October nonfarm payrolls were reported at 128,000 versus consensus expectations of 90,000. The previously reported September payroll number was revised higher to 180,000 nonfarm payrolls from 136,000. October’s manufacturing employment declined 36,000; however, motor vehicles andRead More →

Alexandria Real Estate Equities Is On My Recession Buy List For Exposure To Healthcare Venture Capital – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE:ARE)


The Company Alexandria Real Estate Equities (ARE) is an almost-pure-play investment on life science real estate. In other words, it owns and leases over 37 million square feet of office and laboratory space to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Its 250 properties are mostly concentrated in high-end locations such as NewRead More →

U.S. Recession Odds Peak, Begin To Recede


Based on recent changes in the trends for the U.S. Treasury yield curve and the level of the Federal Funds Rate, the probability the national U.S. economy will enter into recession sometime in the next twelve months appears to have peaked during the last month and has begun to recede.Read More →

Wall Street Breakfast: Recession Red Flags?


Largest online gambling operator Flutter Entertainment (OTC:PDYPF), operator of Betfair and Paddy Power, is merging with Stars Group (NASDAQ:TSG) via an all share combination. Peter Jackson, currently CEO of Flutter, will assume the role of CEO of the combined group (which will be domiciled in Dublin, Ireland with a premiumRead More →