Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Survey says...

The vast majority of corporate chief financial officers do not agree with the recent statement by US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke that the "recession is likely over." According to a recent poll, nearly 70% of CFOs believe the recession will continue.

This is startling because CFOs are the most knowledgeable about where the economy is right now and where it is heading.

The major concern at this moment is that economic policies may be developed based on assumptions that may be in error.

Why this matters is that business and consumer confidence is crucial in reviving the economy.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Intermarkets awards scholarship

Intermarkets, Inc. announces that Daniel C. Yates has been awarded the Intermarkets-Lucido Journalism Scholarship.

We created the scholarship to recognize an outstanding graduating senior in Virginia who understands and promotes the importance of unbiased journalism in the United States media.

Click here for more information.

Daniel wrote a great essay and has shown tremendous leadership and a true commitment to real journalism.

Congratulations Daniel and best wishes to you for the future, from all of us at Intermarkets.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Intermarkets Publisher Gets Slow Jammed by Jimmy Fallon!

Intermarkets manages sales for a variety of Web sites, including the iconic Drudge Report. We're also proud to work with Rasmussen Reports, which must also now be an icon as the site was slow jammed by Jimmy Fallon, check it out here.

Come on about Matt Drudge, next?