Keystone in the context of today’s cheap oil would do more harm than good.
McDonald’s Plan Is Long on Jargon, Short on “Red Meat”
The Keystone XL Pipeline saga should be laid to rest in the coming months when the U.S. State Department issues its final ruling on the project.
T.S. Eliot must roll over in his grave every time some smart-alecky financial writer says that “April is the cruelest month.”
China gold reserves have been secret for six years.
We know two things: China has been amassing the yellow metal, and that with enough of it, China could take down the U.S. dollar.
Wall Street ties to our nation’s capital are more prevalent than ever.
That’s why we had to shake our heads when we saw the tactic the Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign decided to run with, the week following her bid announcement on April 12.
The Fed meeting today (Tuesday) will adjourn tomorrow with a predictably vague statement about how the U.S. Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee is considering rate hikes on a meeting-by-meeting basis.
When oil prices decline, there’s always an inevitable uptick in demand. The reason for this is simple: Markets tend to use more of a cheaper product.