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Understanding Current Economic Conditions & Positioning For The Rest Of 2019

How is that possible? As history has shown us, global economic uncertainty leads to global investors shifting their money to safer U.S. assets which drives up the value of the dollar since dollars are needed (think supply vs demand) to purchase these assets. This is depicted by the U.S. Dollar Index (DXY), which tracks the strength of the dollar against a basket of major currencies. The dollar has held its strength and reamined near the peak its 52-week high. U.S. Dollar Index goes up when the U.S. dollar gains “strength” (value), compared to other currencies. In particular, it has gained 7% against the Euro since it began its ascent last April, and nearly 10% against the Chinese Yuan over the same period.

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Tax Refunds Likely To Be Delayed

As reported by the Washington Post, hundreds of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) employees have received permission to skip work during the partial government shutdown due to financial hardship. Per a statement issued by union leaders on Tuesday, they expect absences to surge as part of a coordinated protest that could hamper the government’s ability to process taxpayer refunds on time.

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How the Government Shutdown Impacts Small Business

On December 21, while many of us were running around trying to finish our shopping and making holiday plans, our government went into partial shutdown mode. At first, we probably thought “oh those crazy politicians are at it again”, shook our heads and thought nothing of it. But now as the shutdown stretches into day nineteen, we are seeing more and more the impact that the shutdown is having on the general population.

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