From Asia to Europe to America, equity markets around the world on Monday swayed in anticipation of who would win The Presidential Reality Show® "debate" between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Deutsche banks shares are plunging again in morning European tradings. It's 4:13 AM in Chicago, but Germany is seven hours ahead making it 11:13 AM in Germany.
After repeated, but ignored, warnings over the past two years from researchers at the U.S. Treasury's Office of Financial Research (OFR), the new banking crisis has arrived with a vengeance and at a most inopportune time –
(NaturalNews) Author Charles Dickens' classic, A Tale of Two Cities, begins this way: "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness ... ."
- For Deutsche Bank, The News Just Keeps Getting Worse
Part 2 A self-appointed stock sleuth finds financial giants trading extensively in little penny stocks like the one he owned that tanked.
We find it surprising how, having covered the unprecedented growth in US corporate debt over the past few years, which has more than doubled from $2 trillion at around the time of the financial crisis to approximately $6 trillion currently...
In case you missed it, coking coal has been going nuts in the last few weeks.
Yesterday, in providing the best daily indicator of which way the market will trade, we reported just before the market open, that the biggest fade in the history of capital markets, Dennis Gartman, had bought "far out of the money SPY puts."
OpenDoor Securities ("OpenDoor"), a platform specifically designed to improve liquidity in the U.S. Treasury bond markets, has appointed Michael Paulus as Senior Managing Director.
Consider BrickX, a new way of fractional home ownership in Australia, brick by brick, literally.
"Markets Are Paralyzed With Uncertainty" As "Spook Story" Arrives
Stock Market Bubble Will Pop, Social Mood Will Get Extremely Ugly
Famed commodities investor Jim Rogers thinks the market is in the process of detecting the next big crisis and is still "frightened" by Russia.
It is no secret that earnings have gone nowhere over the past two years (and are set to decline for 6 consecutive quarters), while on a GAAP basis earnings as of 2015 were the lowest since 2010…
Two months ago at the annual Benjamin Graham Conference in New York City, billionaire hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman told the audience that their industry was on the ropes.
In 1999, as an arrogant 20-year old kid who thought he knew everything, I went flat broke.
Gregory Mannarino of TradersChoice.net has previously warned that when the global debt bubble bursts it could lead to the deaths of millions upon millions of people on a worldwide scale.
The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust may be inching closer to becoming the first bitcoin ETF listed on a major stock exchange, but that potentially historic date could be further off than some might think.
In the latest sellside attempt to promote skepticism about the "market" (which in the case of the US has supposedly not been nationalized just yet, unlike in Japan), BofA's Savita Subramanian - who still has a 2,000 S&P year end target - has issued a
How many Americans know that America has privatized prisons, the shares of which are listed on stock exchanges?
"Seven Signs Of A Deeply Dysfunctional Market" - Why Citi Is Also Warning Of "Surprising, Sudden, Intense" Tail Risk
The Wall Street Journal this morning echoed many of the questions we've raised over the past several years about the sanctity of global markets.
Another Market Descends Into Chaos: "It's Madness. The Market Makes Major Moves For No Reason"
This U.S. Bank Is About to Relive the 2008 Derivatives Nightmare … Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) - with its stock now trading at a 30-year low - was recently called the world's riskiest financial institution by the International Monetary Fund
Yesterday was the end of some short-lived rallies as stocks fell back from their record highs and the dollar index retreated back to pre-Brexit lows.
ow the Corporate Media Class works with the Wall Street Class to rob you blind.
Stock investors have had one sweet summer so far watching the markets edge higher. With the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index at record highs and nearing 2,200, what's not to like?
Are we about to witness one of the largest stock market crashes in U.S. history? Swiss investor Marc Faber is the publisher of the "Gloom, Boom & Doom Report", and he has been a regular guest on CNBC for years.