Investor Jim Rogers has some sobering words on the future of the global economy. Even though the leading oil producers are working on price stabilisation, he warns another significant economic crash could be on the cards within a couple of years.
A giant problem The rise of the corporate colossus threatens both competition and the legitimacy of business … DISRUPTION may be the buzzword in boardrooms, but the most striking feature of business today is not the overturning of the established
In a repeat of what we said in our market wrap this morning, namely that the market's attention is transfixed on two things:
BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - Multinational companies should refrain from tax-avoidance practices and pay their fair share, the head of euro zone finance ministers said on Saturday in a new endorsement of the European Union's fight against tax-dodging.
- How The Bank Of Japan May Be About To Unleash A Global Selloff
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Is it time to "civilize capitalism"? That's what Malcolm Turnbull, Australia's prime minister says. Turnbull was chairman and managing director of Goldman Sachs Australia (1997-2001) and a partner with Goldman Sachs and Co (1998-2001).
Sara Nassura for the Washington Journal reports Wal-Mart Stores Inc. plans to cut thousands of back office positions around the country, a sign that the retailer's effort to make its cavernous stores more efficient is also changing the face of its
Famed commodities investor Jim Rogers thinks the market is in the process of detecting the next big crisis and is still "frightened" by Russia.
Shawn Perger is based in Vancouver Canada and has worked in the international financial markets for 30 years with a primary focus on mining. For the last 15 years, he has worked with mainly silver companies in corporate finance and communications ca
When we reported on the stunning collapse of South Korea's Hanjin Shipping, the country's largest shipping firm and the world's seventh-biggest container carrier, which earlier today was granted court receivership after losing the support of it
Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange: It is my privilege now to be joined by Gerald Celente, publisher of the renowned Trends Journal. Mr Celente is a highly sought-after guest on these programs throughout the world and has been forecasting some of th
The Canadian Economy Shrinks At The Fastest Pace Since The Last Financial Crisis
Call bond-market veteran Bill Gross a "broken watch." He doesn't care.
The first Tulips were brought over from Istanbul (then known as Constantinople) by a horticulturalist named Carolus Clusius in 1593.
We are not the victims of the world we see. Our delusions, our beliefs have consequences. The fact that our delusions are often invisible to us does not make them any less powerful or any less consequential. Again, Mackay observed that a population s
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…
The Federal Reserve admits it needs Another $4 Trillion In QE To Offset An "Economic Shock" ? Will this be the "Houdini act" to offset an economic shock? American financial analyst,stockbroker, author, CEO and chief global strategist of Euro
One week after RealVision brought us the latest Jeff Gundlach interview, in which the DoubleLine bond king explained why he is now "100% net short", on Friday Grant Williams interviewed Jim Rogers, in which George Soros' former partner (the two
The Federal Reserve meeting at Jackson Hole has been covered by the mainstream media in ways that gave the impression that policy discussions were a kind of theoretical exercise.
The fate of the global economy was decided decades ago as deficits, debts and derivatives started their exponential growth and reached the time bomb phase that we are now in. This final chapter of this 100-year era will end in "a final and total ca
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) - U.S. economic growth was a bit more sluggish than initially thought in the second quarter as businesses aggressively ran down stocks of unsold goods, offsetting a spurt in consumer spending.
Huky Guru on Guru's Blog posted a chart that answers the question: How Long Will it Take For the ECB to Own All Sovereign Debt of Eurozone Countries?
In July 1944, just weeks after the successful Allied invasion of Normandy, hundreds of delegates from around the world gathered in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire to determine the future of the global financial system.
Life in Venezuela now consists of empty grocery stores, record rates of violent crime, and widespread shortages of just about everything.
Fed Worries Are Crushing Gold and Silver Stocks … Gold slumped today, finishing at its lowest level in a month after investors grew worried that the Fed would signal that interest rates would rise when it meets this week. - Motley Fool
Amid expectations that The Kingdom will sell bonds as early as next month, investors are panic-buying protection against default on Saudi Arabia.
James Grant, Wall Street expert and editor of the investment newsletter «Grant's Interest Rate Observer», warns of a crash in sovereign debt, is puzzled over the actions of the Swiss National Bank and bets on gold.
Wealthy Have Nearly Healed From Recession; the Poor Haven't … The Great Recession and the subsequent recovery from it have deepened the wedge between the very wealthy and everyone else in America, plunging the poor deeper into debt and wiping ou
Denmark needs creative solutions to its labor shortages