John Mauldin's picture

The common meme in today’s world is that we are slowly (or perhaps even rapidly in some instances) destroying our global environment. Not just by way of global warming, but pollution, over-farming, water usage...

Sheraz Mian's picture

Positive U.S. economic data and the continued impasse on the Greek issue provide the backdrop for today’s session. Negotiations between Greece and its creditors have literally gone down to the wire, with substantive...

Marc Chandler's picture

The Federal Reserve offers custodial services for foreign central banks. Precisely which countries use these services is confidential as is who patronizes a commercial bank's services. There was a large draw down in...

Andrew Zatlin's picture

From Goldman to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, we keep hearing voices complaining about corporate share buybacks. They worry that there hasn’t been enough capital expenditures, or CAPEX.

George Friedman PhD's picture

Europe today is a continent of borders. The second-smallest continent in the world has more than 50 distinct, sovereign nation-states. Many of these are part of the European Union. At the core of the EU project is an effort to...

Sheraz Mian's picture

Encouraging data out of China and a mixed economic reading on the home front provide the backdrop for today’s trading action, with the major indexes appearing on track continue with the Greece-inspired momentum.

Chris Puplava's picture

It appears the US economy is finally making a turn after a disappointing and negative first quarter. Recent data has been surprising to the upside and suggests along with leading economic indicators that the US economy will continue to expand and the risk...

Michael Pettis's picture

What can they possibly be thinking? This is not the sort of thing I normally write about, but I have to say that if I had any say in the matter I would most strenuously oppose removing or ‘diminishing” Alexander...

Matthew Kerkhoff's picture

Every business cycle and market cycle is different, but avid market watchers understand a few basic premises that generally keep them on the right side of the market. We can apply these to the current environment.

John Mauldin's picture

I am not sure if my heart was ever that much of an open book, but I like to think I’m still relatively young. Nevertheless, I must admit that sometimes I want to “give in and cry.” This is especially so when I look at...

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