One heck of a downhill ride since June, culminating in a December dive. But this time, there is no polar vortex to blame.
Sales down 20% in San Francisco, but prices soar 27% to ludicrous levels.
Ruble collapses, Russians and bankers fret, Apple and automakers stop selling, as the government dumps its crown jewels to stem the chaos for a day.
Yields spike, damage spreads. Investors try to bail out while they still can.
Wall Street promises a big boost to US GDP. What have these folks been smoking?
France comes up with another potent fix to its economic debacle. Hilarity ensues.
Stocks, junk bonds, oil, and the bitter whiff of international chaos.
Wall Street made a killing on the fracking and offshore booms, but now the tide turns.
My thoughts when the high-tech city just about shut down.
Subprime is merciless when it strikes back.