Inflation Nation! Real Average Weekly Earnings Growth Lowest Since 2007 (-3.6%) While Mortgage Payments UP 50% (US Treasury 2Y Yield Dumps 12 Basis Points)

Feeling hot, hot, hot! Inflation, that is.

US real average weekly earnings growth YoY is down to -3.60%. That is the lowest since 2007 and is worse than The Great Recession and financial crisis of 2008.

And look at this chart of mortgage payments under Biden. The US was actually experiencing DECLINING mortgage payments YoY in 2019 and 2020. But under Biden’s leadership, mortgage payments have increased by 50% making housing even MORE unaffordable for the middle class and lower-income households.

And now for something kind of scary. The US today suffered a 12 basis point decline in the 2-year Treasury yield, generally a bad sign for the economy. As if we needed more bad news for today.

Highest inflation in 40 years, worst wage growth since 2007 and rising mortgage payments. We will need all the luck we can get.

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