The Average American Will Spend 830 Dollars On Christmas In 2015
A few weeks ago, Democrats and Republicans in Congress came together to pass a two-year budget agreement. The compromise lifts the spending caps imposed by sequestration to allow for meaningful investments in the middle class and keeps our economy mo
Peter Schiff was recently a guest on #PreMarket Prep, a daily trading idea radio show hosted by Joel Elconin and Dennis Dick.
Why?; Six Questions for Zandi
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says while many savers have been frustrated by years of low interest rates, the rock-bottom rates were needed to boost the economy after the Great Recession.
The Federal Reserve may already have made a monetary-policy mistake and paved the way for the next U.S. recession.
Everything you've written or said publicly about protecting personal wealth from lawsuits, seizures and taxes assumes a stable legal and social backdrop. But what happens if that backdrop isn't really available?
This market is looking like a disaster and the rates are a reflection of that," warns one of the world's largest shipbrokers, but while The Baltic Dry Freight Index gets all the headlines - having collapsed to all-time record lows this week-
As the stock market labored into Friday's close, CNBC was apparently tying to help with a crawler saying that the S&P 500 was heading for its "best week of the year". Then again, the gain of just 1% since New Year's Day is not a whole lot to
We have previously said a lot about the "hedge fund hotel" implosion observed in the third quarter, a quarter in which many of the hedge fund community's favorite stocks all suffered spontaneous disintegration ...
Immense global debt and too much easy money will generate an international bear market soon, warns Jim Rogers, investment guru and bestselling author of "Hot Commodities."
This criticism of free trade is wrong.
Our beat is economics… money… and finance. Not politics. But they intertwine, like poison ivy around a grapevine. One produces edible fruit; the other makes you itch.
A painful exchange with a young student who's organizing for free public colleges, cancellation of all student debt and $15/hour minimum wage for all campus employees. She doesn't really know how to pay for it, unfortunately.
The September jobs report, which was released in early October, was so universally dismal that it managed to convince the majority of investors the Federal Reserve would not raise interest rates in 2015.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday approved a bill that would make the Federal Reserve set interest rate policy using a mathematical rule, a proposal that has little chance of becoming law given a White House veto threat.
Wall Street ended a little lower on Thursday as falling healthcare stocks offset gains in Intel and other technology names while investors eyed an expected rate hike in December.
This year has been a disappointment for investors.
Fund $106,000 Margin Call. And now, what may be the craziest story of the day.
In the last few months we have warned of the "perversions" in US money markets (here, here, and most recently here) adding that "to ignore them at your own peril."
Single-Family Down 2.4%, Multi-Family Down 25%; Hidden Strength?