Trajectory

Trajectory

4 Reasons Europe is a Major Risk for the U.S. (Koesterich)

4 Reasons Europe is a Major Risk for the U.S. (Koesterich)
  Some investors have argued that events in Europe are having a disproportionate impact on US stocks. Their logic: the US is in the midst of a recovery, ...
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Sell in May and Go Away? Not this Year

Sell in May and Go Away? Not this Year
  Sell in May and Go Away? Not this Year By Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer, U.S. Global Investors One catchy investing maxim that’s popular this ...
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Is Africa as the Next Source of Incremental Demand for Oil?

Is Africa as the Next Source of Incremental Demand for Oil?
by Gregor Macdonald Over the past decade, Asia’s transition to the leadership position in global oil consumption is well known. Starting in 2002, OECD countries slowed their consumption ...
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Still in Holiday Mode (Tchir)

Still in Holiday Mode (Tchir)
  by Peter Tchir, TF Advisors With Europe effectively shut down today it looks like it will be a dull day. Chinese CPI came in a bit higher ...
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Hatzius On The Three Reasons The Recovery Is Overstated

Hatzius On The Three Reasons The Recovery Is Overstated
Economic Surprise Indices have been rolling over for a month or two now. The trend of US macro data has also disappointed in a period when it would ...
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Greg Smith's Parting Confession on Goldman's "Toxic and Destructive" Culture

Greg Smith's Parting Confession on Goldman's
Greg Smith's confession, a now former executive director and head of the Goldman's United States equity derivatives business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Excerpts from the ...
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Household Deleveraging: Largest Decline on Record

Household Deleveraging: Largest Decline on Record
This post is a guest contribution by Asha Bangalore, Vice-President and Economist at The Northern Trust  Company. The soft trajectory of consumer spending and continued reduction in residential ...
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The Oddities of this Recession (Rebecca Wilder)

The Oddities of this Recession (Rebecca Wilder)
Rebecca WilderThis post is a guest contribution by Rebecca Wilder*, author of the of the News 'n' Economics blog. It is not a rule that the personal saving ...
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Hans Rosling: Debunking third-world myths with the best stats you've ever seen

Hans Rosling: Debunking third-world myths with the best stats you've ever seen
Get ready to learn about the developing world from a source of fascinating perspective. "You've never seen data presented like this. With the drama and urgency of a ...
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