First, let's review 2015 to see what could occur in 2016.
The invitation for Friday's "Break the Banks Hackathon" in New York City reads like a gathering of activist hackers.
Sooner or later we're going to end up with not just a correction but a recession, and maybe a big recession - a really big one.
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Yellen signals growing likelihood of a December rate ... Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told Congress Thursday that economic conditions appear to be improving enough for policymakers to raise interest rates when they meet in two weeks --
The Peter Schiff Show Podcast - Episode 122
change," says 'The Big Short' producer-actor. On the afternoon of Nov. 23, The Big Short is premiering in New York, just a cab ride away from the epicenter of the financial meltdown of the mid-2000s. The film's Brad Pitt is livid that greed contin
Confirming last night's API report, DOE reports that total crude inventories rose for the 10th week in a row (up by 1.177mm barrels)
Federal Reserve official: Economy on track for 'normalization' phase ...
On August 6, billionaire hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman took the unusual step of dialing into an earnings call for one of his fund's holdings and asking a question.
-it's time to talk about the larger, and more influential, Gen-Z
The Federal Reserve is cutting its lifeline to big banks in financial trouble.
If we define Christmas as consumer spending going up while earnings are going down, 2015 will be the last Christmas in America for a long time to come.
The U.S. dollar is on steroids, and it's not getting off them any time soon.
Once upon a time, "Black Friday" was a major event in the United States.
...And Now The Fed Is Going To Make It Worse
Think of "market internals" as the blood pressure and insulin levels of the financial world. They operate below the surface, frequently unnoticed, but over time they have a big say in the health of the patient.
People have begun to change how they feel about Black Friday, with some deciding to support local businesses instead of large corporations, and others deciding to take the day off.
The world's biggest pension fund posted its worst quarterly loss since at least 2008 after a global stock rout in August and September wiped $64 billion off the Japanese asset manager's investments.
The former Group CEO of Barclays, Anthony Jenkins, predicts a future within the next ten years wherein financial technology or fintech will substantially disrupt traditional banking systems and the banking industry as a whole.
Lost in the debate over the U.S. Treasury market's resilience as the Federal Reserve starts to raise interest rates is one simple fact: supply is falling -- and fast.
Who is responsible for the current economic situation in the United States of America?
Canyon Lake Ranch was once a playground for Christian day campers, and then was a corporate retreat with water-skiing, barbecues and cowboy shoot-'em-up shows.
Editor's Comment: Once again we see the failure of the system with Puerto Rico which took on more debt than it could possibly repay; we see the failures of the bloated system of socialism, which will now fail its welfare recipients, its pension hol
Shoppers may be out in full force this Black Friday. But there aren't enough Star Wars toys, 4K TVs, PlayStation 4s and Beats headphones on the planet to push most major retail stocks into the black anytime soon.
One popular delusion that won't seem to go away is the notion that policy makers can stimulate robust economic growth by setting interest rates artificially low.
Crowds were thin at U.S. stores and shopping malls in the early hours of Black Friday and on Thanksgiving evening as shoppers responded to early holiday discounts with caution and bad weather hurt turnout.
Antony Jenkins, the former CEO of Barclays, has a nightmare vision for the future of big banks.
U.S. e-commerce sales surged on Thanksgiving, raising questions about how many shoppers will show up for brick-and-mortar promotions on Black Friday, the traditional kickoff to the holiday season.
The Average American Will Spend 830 Dollars On Christmas In 2015