“Rates in many Asia export trades are in a tailspin.” And here’s why.
Follow the money!
Energy companies “biding their time in the hopes they don’t have to face the music.”
I can’t even begin to think of all the unintended consequences this will bring about.
There is an existential crisis on Wall Street, especially in equities.
For Spain’s government, the timing could not be worse.
What the Fed is going on?! Gains evaporate back into thin air from where they came.
US junk goes in. Plump, yen-denominated, highly rated bonds come out.
A Lobbyist’s Paradise.
Statistical fluke? Hardly.
But miracles are rare these days.
Kremlin looks to Middle East and China.
Risks “more widespread” than implied by bond ratings. Bondholders and public employees beware. The Fed is doing workshops on municipal bankruptcies now.
But prices in Vancouver and Toronto to continue rising “over the next few months.”
Just when the resource boom has collapsed. And manufacturing too. But at least the housing bubble is still going strong.
Corporate performance in Q1 sank into the mire because of the strong dollar?
The list that makes your head spin.
GE sees bubble, dumps assets – with impeccable market timing.
And it’s dragging down the economy.
Fed clueless how to unscramble omelet, fears “outsized market reaction.” Other central banks keep adding to omelet. Absurdity reigns.
No one backs off. Price plunges.
It’s the competition folks – not the bank regulators. And they have real teeth.
Parts of the greatest credit bubble in history are already self-destructing.
Layoffs and the collapse of oil exact their pound of flesh.
Launched to conceal the rising tide of triple-F rated toxic junk.
Avoid these companies.
“What we will not do is become a protectorate of the EU.” But it backfired.
After a bruising setback, the US government has a new opportunity to oppose China’s global financial and monetary ambitions.
He must have accidently veered off script during the press conference.
Time-series maps show an industry with exponential growth (and horrific accidents).