But the oil-price crash was supposed to goose consumer spending.
The toxic mix of financial engineering and an oil-price collapse.
“Financial instability” is a euphemism for “crash.”
“We’re unwrapping the best holiday gift we could’ve imagined,” Google gushed. Automakers beg to differ. You’re not even asked.
Junk-bond funds hit by ‘market conditions’ as retail investors refuse to be sitting ducks.
One heck of a downhill ride since June, culminating in a December dive. But this time, there is no polar vortex to blame.
Stocks, junk bonds, oil, and the bitter whiff of international chaos.
An attribute of this oil market is its incredible ability to breed selling as it goes lower.
Spain tried to protect its mainstream media by attacking alternative websites and bloggers with a “Google tax.” Now Google has answered.
The massive moves in the dollar and oil? I assure you, someone is going to get hurt.