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Money and Monetary Policy

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  • Start the Presses: Taking another, even closer look at Measure S

    We blew it. During the last few weeks, our editorial board stared long and hard at Burbank's proposed school bond, Measure S. We talked to proponents and opponents, and nearly drove ourselves batty looking at spreadsheets and amortization schedules....
  • Glendale's $385M-investment portfolio feels tinge of foreign debt crisis

    The city’s investment portfolio continues to get pinched amid slow economic recovery, officials reported this week, ending $11 million down compared to the previous fiscal quarter. With the third quarter results out, the $385-million portfolio...
  • Taken For Granted: Declaring war on joblessness

    No longer restricted to the homeless, dumpster diving is becoming a national sport. It’s now a middle-class athletic event. Last week, while sitting in my car, I noticed a nicely coiffed young woman, neatly attired in jeans, approach a dumpster,...
  • Glendale considers more water bonds, refinancing others

    Glendale considers more water bonds, refinancing others
    The City Council this week took one of the first steps to issuing and refinancing tens of millions of revenue bonds for Glendale Water & Power, which officials say needs more resources to complete deferred capital improvements. The city plans to issue...
  • Citing debt, ratings agency gives Glendale water utility negative outlook

    Citing debt, ratings agency gives Glendale water utility negative outlook
    The water side of Glendale Water & Power is so in debt, a bond rating agency downgraded the utility’s rating and gave it a negative outlook because the score is expected to drop again in the future. Dropping the rating from AA to A+ could lead to...
  • Glendale's investment portfolio continues to slide amid low interest rates

    Glendale’s investment portfolio ended the fiscal year in June at $393 million, down $16 million from the same period last year, according to a city report released this week. The city’s investment returns have been stifled by low interest...