The markets are firing on all cylinders.
Investors are flocking to stocks, the dollar is on a tear and the economy is humming along.
Yet for the most part, there’s been no major economic news.
What has happened since last month?
What we need to know: When the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a record high of 17,621,000 on Dec. 6, the Dow had an average gain of 1.65% per trading day.
It has since gained a mere 0.12% in the last two trading days, while the S&P 500 has gained 1.26% over the same period.
The S&P 500 is up 2.3% in 2017 and the Nasdaq is up 1.9%.
The markets are expected to reach a record for a time as investors continue to rally in anticipation of tax reform, a government shutdown and a potential U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement.
In the meantime, investors are taking on more risk, with a lot more risk.
Investors have taken on more than $7 trillion in debt, and investors are betting that the debt market will eventually collapse.
There is some uncertainty around how the Federal Reserve will respond to the potential collapse of the debt markets, with President Donald Trump promising a “surprise” in an interview with CNBC.
But as the Dow closes at record highs, there is little doubt that investors are confident that the economy will bounce back in the short-term.
The Fed has signaled that it is prepared to hike rates in January, and many investors are optimistic about the chances of the Fed’s decision.
For the most recent four trading days of trading, the S+P 500 rose 3.7%.
In addition to the Dow, the CBOE Volatility Index, or VIX, has climbed 15.7% in 2016.
The CBOE is a measure of risk and volatility.
Here’s a look at some other important economic news: President Trump said during his address to the United Nations that the United States has been “the most prosperous nation on earth for the last seven decades.”
But his administration has had trouble bringing the country’s economic recovery to fruition, according to data from the Labor Department and the Congressional Budget Office.
More than two-thirds of Americans do not think that the country is getting back on track, according the Pew Research Center.
With the unemployment rate hovering around 8%, the economy has not recovered from the Great Recession of 2008-09.
The median household income for Americans is still only $47,200, well below the national median of $55,700.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median wage has declined by 3.5% in real terms since the recession began in 2007, the latest year for which data is available.
The CBOE index has declined 11% this year, which is the biggest drop in nearly seven years.
Despite some optimism, there are still many Americans who are not optimistic about their economic future.
Overall, Americans’ confidence in the future of the economy and the country has been declining, according a new Gallup survey.
And many Americans still don’t trust the president.
The poll shows that 60% of Americans are still uncertain about their president, and 57% believe the nation has lost its way.
Even though the economy appears to be on a solid footing, it still isn’t the greatest recovery that we’ve seen in decades.
Over the past six years, the recovery has been uneven, and there are a number of economic indicators that are troubling, including the unemployment level, which has been steadily dropping.
At the same time, the economy continues to grow.
Although the economy grew in the fourth quarter, the unemployment figure for 2017 was the lowest since the third quarter of 2016.
What’s more, as the U.N. and other countries continue to debate how to implement the Paris Climate Agreement, the United Kingdom’s economy continues a slide that has already begun to impact the global economy.
On Monday, the U,K.
government cut its climate spending by a third, reducing its total investment in clean energy to £10.3 billion ($15 billion) for the first time since the early 2000s.
President Donald Trump has been in office for less than a month, but the U and other world leaders have already taken steps to slow the pace of climate change, including cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Meanwhile, a new report released on Monday from the nonprofit Climate Accountability Institute found that the U.”s economy is facing a $4.7 trillion debt problem, with debt exceeding $18 trillion and a growing risk of default.”
And, according to the Washington Post, “the debt is the world’s largest economic risk and is expected to increase by another $4 trillion over the next 10 years, as governments around the world face a $5 trillion