At these prices, time and money are running out for junk-rated companies.
Overriding dilemma: “Debts that can’t be repaid, won’t be repaid.”
Who gets the crumbs in the ironically named “sharing economy”?
Germany had a self-inflicted bad-hair day, you’d think. With a hilarious cartoon.
It signals the oil shock on the economy will be a lot worse than anyone expected.
Soaring US crude oil inventories.
The ECB’s QE is fraudulent credit – really dangerous, toxic stuff.
BHP Billiton, perhaps unwittingly, explains the irony: despite oil glut, collapsed prices, layoffs… US oil production will continue to soar.
It sends users’ personal private data to corporate data gatherers.
The Atlanta Fed begins to fret.
Unprecedented since the return of democracy.
“Social cohesion is at risk.”
A watertight means for multinational corporations to trump national legislatures.
They don’t want to be the next Cyprus.
Yet, it’s just the beginning of the Great American Oil Bust.
Years of wondrous Wall-Street engineering dissolve in reality.
One of Argentina’s most vibrant industries on the verge of ruin.
French Megabank: the ECB is “a prisoner of financial markets’ expectations.”
What is going on in this glorious housing market of ours?
“We are not panicking” – bank CEO.
Last time this happened, the stock market crashed. “Going to be a painful period of time,” said Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
A meltdown of the oil market “could usher in another Great Recession.”
The industry is drunk with its own enthusiasm.
“Stick of dynamite waiting for a match… which we now see with crashing oil prices.”
The reward for China is long-term access to cheap commodities.
And VCs are trying to bail out while they still can.
Betting against mathematical odds has won every time so far.
The notion that a hairline puncture of the zero-inflation line is a precursor of a deflationary calamity amounts to economic voodoo.
The “most reliable profit driver” has “abruptly turned sour.”
Chances of finding alternative consumers of Europe’s goods and services are dimming.