Most days, the lead article on every financial news website is a six-year-old story about whether Greece is going to leave the Eurozone or require more loans from other European countries to stay there.Read More
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As Germany and Japan join China in trying to export their way out of their economic dilemmas, the world is pinning its hopes on U.S. consumers—many of whom have not received a raise in six years.Read More
The Brexit vote amplifies the forces that were already causing slower worldwide economic growth, keeping interest rates low, and providing a favorable backdrop for bonds.Read More
President Trump, and his top economic adviser Peter Navarro, are questioning the benefits of trade, especially when that trade causes the U.S. to have a trade deficit with another country.Read More
There is much talk in the financial press about Central Banks imposing ‘negative interest’ rates—which adds yet another oxymoron to a list that includes ‘Great Depression,’ ‘jumbo shrimp,’ and ‘open secret.’Read More