Srinivas, Naj

Naj is a Corporate Communications Program Manager at Fisher Investments. He has been with the firm since 2006.

US Durable Goods Orders Up Slightly

05/25/2012

What do slowing durable goods orders mean for the US economy?

The Week Ahead: Feb. 24 - Mar. 3, 2013

02/22/2013

Economic data releases next week swell on account of the short month. Regional US activity indexes, revised US Q4 GDP, China’s manufacturing PMI surveys and a eurozone inflation and unemployment statistics round out the week’s reports.

The Week Ahead: Feb. 17-23, 2013

02/15/2013

A host of central banks’ meeting minutes, the first indicators of February manufacturing, January trade balances and important decisions in Cyprus and Poland likely dominate the US holiday shortened week.

The Week Ahead: Feb. 3-9, 2013

02/01/2013

Next week brings the first January reports, including inflation data, manufacturing, trade balances and retail sales. Policy decisions from the central banks in Australia, the eurozone and the UK are also expected, although few expect material changes from currently accommodative policies.

The Week Ahead: Jan. 13-19, 2013

01/11/2013

Chinese economic growth and the first foray of December and Q4 economic figures are set for next week’s reports.

The Week Ahead: Jan. 6-12, 2013

01/04/2013

Chinese new yuan loans, US crop yields and a number reports on trade and industrial production globally are due in the week ahead.

The Week Ahead: Dec. 23-29, 2012

12/21/2012

Key US and Japanese economic data will be released later in the week, however most economic and political news should be light during the holiday shortened week.

The Week Ahead: Dec. 16-22, 2012

12/14/2012

Japanese parliamentary elections, South Korean presidential elections and a grab-bag of US economic news are on tap next week.

The Week Ahead: Dec. 9-15, 2012

12/07/2012

A number of US economic reports, Federal Reserve and European Council meetings are scheduled for next week.

The Week Ahead: Dec. 2-8, 2012

11/30/2012

Global manufacturing data, US employment reports, central bank monetary policy announcements and continuing congressional fiscal cliff talks are all scheduled for the first week of December.

The Week Ahead: Nov. 25 - Dec. 01, 2012

11/23/2012

US economic data, a potential agreement on the next tranche of Greek aid and a regional election in Spain likely close out November.

The Week Ahead: Nov. 19-23, 2012

11/16/2012

A rash of US data, European Union meetings and some Chinese economic indicators likely round out the holiday-shortened week.

The Week Ahead: Nov. 11-17, 2012

11/09/2012

Fiscal cliff rhetoric and Japanese and eurozone economic data are likely headline grabbers in the week ahead.

The Week Ahead: Nov. 4-10, 2012

11/02/2012

A rash of European economic news, US elections and a Chinese leadership transition should dominate headline events next week.

The Week Ahead: Oct. 28 - Nov. 03, 2012

10/26/2012

November brings with it a spate of new economic data, but it’s important to look to the longer term trends at work.

The Week Ahead: Oct. 21-27, 2012

10/19/2012

Spanish regional elections, initial Q3 economic readings and the start of the US presidential elections mark the week ahead.

The Week Ahead: Oct. 14-20, 2012

10/12/2012

A brief look at economic data and geopolitical events in the week ahead and MarketMinder’s view.

The Week Ahead: Oct. 7-13, 2012

10/05/2012

A brief look at economic data and geopolitical events in the week ahead and MarketMinder’s view.

The Week Ahead: Sept. 30 - Oct. 6, 2012

09/28/2012

A brief look at economic data and geopolitical events in the week ahead and MarketMinder’s view.

The Week Ahead: Sept. 23-29, 2012

09/21/2012

A brief look at economic data and geopolitical events in the week ahead and MarketMinder’s view.

The Week Ahead: Sept. 16-22, 2012

09/14/2012

A brief look at economic data and geopolitical events in the week ahead and MarketMinder’s view.

The Week Ahead: Sept. 9-15, 2012

09/07/2012

A brief look at economic data and geopolitical events in the week ahead and MarketMinder’s view.

Book Review: The End of Growth

05/14/2012

Thinking globally and examining history can reveal the flaws in books forecasting economic doom.

Taxing Chickens (and Trucks)

11/07/2011

Free trade agreements have gained attention worldwide of late. Though the United States has made recent headway in embracing freer trade, it still lags woefully behind.

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