"We're in a period of global gloom, with pessimism blanketing different countries for different reasons."
Economic indicators are pointing to a recession or worse. What will 12 months from now look like?
The Federal Reserve has a long record of mistaken decisions. Unless the Federal Reserve's intent is to collapse the economy, the current policy of higher interest rates will go down as the most mistaken reading of the economy since the Great Depre
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"We are a reflection of everybody else's business, especially the high-value economy in the world"
"Everything points to another 75 basis-point rate hike by the Fed when it meets next week. The likelihood that it will have to go 'big' again in November is elevated, too."
"SNAP is a U.S. government program that provides benefits to eligible low-income individuals and families via an electronic benefits transfer card that can be used like a debit card to purchase eligible food in authorized retail food stores. Servic
In late 2008, at the start of the Great Economic Recession, Queen Elizabeth famously berated the economics profession for not having warned her of a major world economic and financial market crisis.
...On Wall Street. Do you remember the panic that swept through Wall Street in September 2008? Well, a lot of people believe that it is starting to happen again.
Recession or DEPRESSION? The number of Americans taking out loans just to buy groceries has DOUBLED this year
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Bed Bath & Beyond on Wednesday announced swift and significant steps it is taking to try to revive its struggling business, including layoffs, store closures and a shake-up of the brands on its shelves.
It was another red day in markets yesterday despite a positive start, as the post-Jackson Hole hangover continues to bite.
As this summer of optimism draws to a close, the Fed path and recession fears are returning to the fore.
An overwhelming number of economists think a recession will hit the United States by the middle of next year, according to a survey by The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) published on Monday.
Even by the government's own inaccurate figures, the currency is losing value at nearly 10% per year. It's hard for even an honest observer to put his finger on what a recession is when a currency is dropping radically by an indeterminate amount.