For the life of me, I still can’t figure out what the big deal is.
The Greek bailout is the latest exercise in a geopolitical ploy to expand European business interests and reinforce North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) doctrine.
The conflict between OPEC and U.S. shale/tight oil producers has entered a new phase. And the result has been an accelerated decline in the price of oil.
Based on everything the Chinese government and regulators have done to stem the sharp sell-off in Chinese shares and pump them back up, the unexpectedly big drop yesterday, on virtually no discernible bad news, could signal a serious crash ahead.
Bubblevision’s Scott Wapner nearly split a neck vessel today denouncing the US stock market sell-off. It was completely unwarranted, he thundered, because China don’t have nothin’ to do with anything. Why, insisted CNBC’s best dressed pom-pom boy, China’s stock market has never been correlated with its economy, and, anyhow, its economy doesn’t matter all that much to the S&P 500 because China accounts for only…
When do we get to exercise democracy and fire every factotum, apparatchik, toady and lackey in the state who has abused his/her authority?Everyone lauds “creative destruction” when it shreds monopolies and disrupts private enterprise “business as usual…
both investors and economists understand that China’s stock market woes will reverberate far beyond China
In a recent update I gave six signs of an impending crash. Just today we have a number of those signs starting to hit. Despite a $486 billion fund to
Today’s China stock market crash was the sharpest one-day decline in eight years.
The 8.5% decline in the Shanghai Composite Index is equal to a whopping 1,500 drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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