Market Morsels

| June 17, 2019
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1,777 Americans filed with the Federal Election Commission to run for president in 2016, a requirement for candidates who raise or spend at least $5,000 of contributions and expenditures.

45% of the world’s population (3.4 billion out of 7.5 billion) survive on less than $5.50 a day, according to the World Bank.

For the 13 consecutive years from 1951-1963, the top individual marginal tax rate was at least 91%. The top individual marginal tax rate for 2019 is 37%, per IRS filings.

US banks repossessed 230,305 homes in 2018 according to Attom Data Solutions, down 21.0% from 291,579 repossessions in 2017, down 39.3% from 379,437 repossessions in 2016 and down 48.8% from 449,900 repossessions in 2015. The peak in repossessions: 1,050,500 in 2010.


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