If shipping is an indicator of the direction the economy is heading, look out.
With the rise of the Yellow Vest Movement in France - which began last October and continues today - French activists and writers have begun to re-evaluate the state of French income and poverty.
Today's the first day in a long time financial markets appear willing to at least consider the reality of the geopolitical situation on the ground for what it is, as opposed to what most people would like it to be.
Uber launched its IPO on Friday. It was less than ideal.
And sentiment in the markets is now souring. Bigly.
Justin's note: The left has a new obsession… Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). MMT is an economic theory which essentially argues that the U.S. government wouldn't need to collect taxes or borrow money to finance spending. It could simply print
Pay attention here, we just witnessed trend breaks on some index charts and these breaks are coming at a key time and could spell more trouble to come.
Shhh…! Take off your shoes. Walk on tiptoe. Be quiet. In front of us lies inflation. It hasn't moved for years - rising only about 1.5%-2% - despite all the prodding from the feds.
"There is no means of avoiding the final collapse of a boom brought about by credit expansion. The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as the result of a voluntary abandonment of further credit expansion, or later as a final and
Transcript: This might sound odd, but an impulse towards establishing dialogue between Russia and the Anglo-American Alliance might have been triggered by the post.
President Putin left nothing to doubt when he proudly proclaimed that Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union regional integration organization that it leads are strategically merging with China and its Belt & Road Initiative, with this process having
Since it initiated its sanctions campaign against Russia back in 2014 in response to the annexation of Crimea, Washington has insisted that its measures aren't aimed at the Russian people, but at the Kremlin and the billionaire oligarchs with alleged
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Mere hours after former White House strategist Steve Bannon again bashed Beijing's 'debt trap diplomacy' during an interview on CNBC, where he also warned that Beijing has been trying to tone down its rhetoric to lull the west into a false sense of s
February was bad. Housing market weakness is now spreading out from London.
Once the global debt bomb explodes, there won't be much left for anyone. Governments will fall, individuals will be impoverished, and businesses will implode. The elitists in power have tried to keep everyone in the dark, but maybe there's an a
Nearly two billion people work in it. And it accounts for perhaps 20% of the world's total economic activity.
Financial writer and precious metals expert Bill Holter is "not worried at all" about the current price smash down for precious metals.
Abby Martin sits down with Peter Phillips, former director of Project Censored and professor of Political Sociology at Sonoma State University.
James Grant, editor of the renowned investment newsletter «Grant's Interest Rate Observer», warns about the growing herd of corporate «zombies» and other fatal market distortions caused by modern monetary policy.
One month ago, we asked if that was it for China's "Shanghai Accord 2.0"? Turns out the answer was a resounding "no."
After a mixed picture of America's inflationary outlook from CPI and PPI, import prices were expected to shrink year-over-year for the fourth month in a row in March.
This is all going to end badly, even some ardent bulls will freely admit this, the question is the how, when and the where.
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For many who live in Japan, it's just another day for the country to grow older and deeper in debt.
Countries who expanded women's property rights also saw a tangible economic benefit.
While global markets showed tentative signs of a rebound in sentiment in early Thursday trading, as the global bond rally showed signs of easing, with Treasuries turning lower alongside most sovereign debt in Europe, this quickly reversed around the
After topping $60 a barrel - the highest since Nov 2018 - oil prices slid Thursday morning after President Trump tweeted his latest plea for OPEC to increase oil production, saying that "oil markets are fragile...and the price of oil is getting too h
Sweden will likely push through a proposal to force banks to keep offering cash to customers who require it as the Nordic nation grapples with how to balance the rapid transformation into a cashless society.
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