The University of Michigan survey of consumers just released their montly update on inflation expectations.
George Soros is betting against three of the major market indexes.
Of course, this wouldn’t be the first time he bet against an entire economy.
World stock markets were mostly lower in overnight trading.
We all know the basic facts: the system delivers uneven results in terms of improving health and life expectancy while costing two or three times more per person compared to our advanced-economy global competitors.
It was bound to happen, despite Dodd-Frank legislation and the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau following the financial crisis.
Despite all the hoopla about Europe’s improving economic condition, the European Central Bank (ECB) is once again increasing their assets purchases (balance sheet) despite their already 0% main refinancing rate.
World stock markets were mixed in overnight trading Thursday.
The markets actually turned before the Fed minutes were released, but once in the public (assuming they weren’t leaked again) the anti-“reflation” direction was amplified. Bonds have rallied as have eurodollar futures (near Friday’s recent high), JPY dropped (so you know gold was up, too), and even stocks shifted. As usual, it is being characterized…
On Monday, I told you about the true customers of the big media outlets – advertisers and other corporate clients. And I told you that the news you read advances the interests of those customers, not yours.
With that insight in mind, let’s dissect the jobs report from earlier this month.
The Wall Street Journal’s take left a lot to be desired, if you knew what to keep an eye out for. And what they did leave out pointed to a clear signal for any investor who wants to keep their capital.
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