A crash. That’s what highly valued stock markets do in a recession.
“They’re bringing in people with a couple of years’ experience to replace us, and we have to train them.”
Throw enough money at anything, and you’ll kill it.
What could go wrong? Hedge-Fund guru Paul Singer explains why they’re all doing it: a “wish not to be run over.”
Financial engineering can only do so much.
A sense of unwelcome reality hits non-energy junk-rated companies.
Time and money are running out for junk-rated energy companies.
Who gets the crumbs in the ironically named “sharing economy”?
BHP Billiton, perhaps unwittingly, explains the irony: despite oil glut, collapsed prices, layoffs… US oil production will continue to soar.
The Atlanta Fed begins to fret.