Wells Fargo, the most valuable bank in the US by market cap, is getting crushed by the oil crash. On Thursday, the San Francisco-based bank announced earnings that beat expectations. But underneath the positive headline number, the firm said its oi
WE USUALLY do not complain when a commonly used consumer item gets cheaper, but first-class postage presents a bit of a special case. The sudden 2-cent drop in price, from 49 cents to 47 cents, on Sunday, makes a mockery of the "Forever" label
As The National Federation of Independent Business explains, the Small Business Economic Trends report shows that in March, small business owners felt less optimistic about the economy.
---NYC Luxury Condo Market On The Brink
$3 Trillion Black Hole Could Destroy Economy: "True Extent of Pension Problem Has Been Obscured"
With negative interest rates now the order of the day in much of the Western world, it's only a matter of time before financial institutions start charging American depositors for the privilege of keeping their money safe in the U.S. banking system
Mass layoffs and closures aren't just a phenomenon in the oil industry.
Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media | Legitimate concerns about a coming global bank super storm have investors and families on edge. Peter Schiff, CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital, joins Gary Franchi to provide his insig
We are about to get confirmation that earnings growth for America's biggest companies was negative in the first quarter, compared to the same period a year ago.
Wells Fargo "Admits Deceiving" U.S. Government, Pays Record $1.2 Billion Settlement
You've heard the axiom "History repeats itself." It does, but never in exactly the same way. To apply the lessons of the past, we must understand the differences of the present.
Bubble Economy or Not?
Marx and Lenin were ahead of their time. Marx wrote before offshoring of jobs and the financialization of the economy.
Some economists now see first-quarter growth as negligible, and it could easily turn out to be negative.
Forget income and sales taxes for a minute. Some of the cruelest and most regressive taxes are either hidden or nearly hidden. They are kept out of sight because they hit the poor the hardest. What are these hidden taxes? Tune in!
We live in a world of sin and sorrow, infected by a fraudulent democracy, Facebook, and a corrupt money system. Wheezing, weak, and weary from the exertion of trying to appear "normal," the economy staggers on.
An auditor for the Government Accountability Office told lawmakers Wednesday that in the next few years the federal government will owe more than our entire economy produces.
BALTIMORE - We live in a world of sin and sorrow, infected by a fraudulent democracy, Facebook, and a corrupt money system. Wheezing, weak, and weary from the exertion of trying to appear "normal," the economy staggers on.
The $1 Trillion Short Underlying Stocks' Spring … Short interest reaches highest level since 2008 despite gains … Level is contrarian bullish, sets up powerful rally, says BofA … A funny thing has happened in the U.S. stock market, where rath
Over 40 percent of those in student loan programs have stopped making payments. Many borrowers have never made any payments.
What if the latest craze among the big-government crowd in both major political parties is to use the power of government to force employers to pay some of their employees more than their services are worth to the employers?
There's a lot to worry about in the markets right now.
Morgan Stanley analysts think Twitter is still struggling. A lot.
Peter Schiff was on Tuesday's edition of PreMarket Prep, where he reiterated his bearish thesis for the market in the wake of the Federal Reserve's decision not to raise interest rates last week.
---Freight Coming Off The Rails, Q1 Volume Down 6%
A tax advocacy group on Wednesday revealed that Americans spend more on taxes than their whole budget for food, clothing and housing.
Last month All News Pipeline warned that major banks were preparing to tighten the screws on American account holders starting April 1st.
The IMF is back at work spreading fear. That's not what we are supposed to think of course. We're supposed to believe that the IMF has our best interests at heart and that its ranks are filled with caring, decent people.
Has the U.S. economy gotten better over the past six months or has it gotten worse? In this article, you will find solid proof that the U.S. economy has continued to get worse over the past six months.
The stock market has regained all of its loses year to date as economic indicators continue to flash red, corporate profits continue to plunge, consumers continue to spend less at retailers, real wages continue to fall, and housing sales continue to