There will be obstacles along the way but those can be dealt with in due time, whenever they show up. The problem with worrying about things that have not happened yet is that it means worrying about things that are vague and undefined. Most of our fears never materialize. However, in the process of worrying about what would happen if they did, we waste our time and damage our health. Nobody dies of hard work but many die of worry. The expression ‘worried to death’ attests to this. Don’t join the list by worrying unnecessarily about things that might happen. Just move forward by working on your goals and deal with problems when, and if, they show up.
Market-based measures of long-term inflation expectations jumped a bit immediately after the election. I’ve argued that the financial markets are guessing about what fiscal and regulatory actions the new Congress and the Trump Administration will enact, and markets seem to be less confident of those changes now than they were a few months ago. The markets’ inflation forecasts have come down in recent months and remain at the low end of their historical range.
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Anybody fancy writing three essays on: the American Civil War, the literature of WW1, and the drama of love literature for me?
One aim is to signal to investors that NSW wants a lion's share of the billions of dollars needed to meet the federal Renewable Energy Target by 2020.