Nomi Prins joined Jason Burack on the Wall Street For Main Street Podcast to discuss the impact of a strong US Dollar on the global economy and what kind of damage it could cause big banks that are already failing stress tests.
While the Trump-fueled rally continues, the Fed’s been keeping a relatively low profile lately. Maybe it’s the New Year or maybe it’s just analyzing the incoming data to determine whether
Poor Ben Carson. He is being subjected to “addicted to gov” crowd in the US Senate (those Senators who can’t envision a world without Federal subsidies and regulation).
Here you have it: classical behavioural bias of betrayal aversion explains why Mrs Clinton simply could not connect with the swing or marginalised voters. It wasn’t hope that they sought, but avoidance of putting hope/trust in someone like her. Done.
These eight forces are structural, and cannot be erased by tax cuts or policy tweaks.If there is any economic assumption that goes unquestioned, it’s the notion that profits will remain robust for the foreseeable future. This assumption ignores th…
EU’s Fiscal Discipline in one table: here is a summary of the EU member states’ performance when it comes to 3% deficit ceiling set out as a core fiscal criteria:
Major central banks of the advanced economies have ended 2016 on another bang of fireworks of NIRP (Negative Interest Rates Policies).
The headlines scream “97 consecutive weeks of initial claims below 300,000!”
The outlook for rates has taken what I call a U-turn. There’s very little doubt that the Fed is on track to raise rates.
I’ll be blunt: This is the perfect time to lay into ample supplies of gold and silver. I think that, here at the start of 2017, we’re on the cusp of a good strong bull run for both metals.