Sober Look's picture

Further evidence is emerging that China's economic growth is likely to slow further. Even without thinking about growth fundamentals, when you have a 10 trillion dollar economy, a 7% growth is larger than...

FS Staff's picture

This week Avi Gilburt sees an "evil pattern" developing in the gold market. Charles Biderman explains why corporate buybacks are driving the market higher. Matthew Kerkhoff speaks on why he thinks Nasdaq is back at tech-bubble territory and finally Joe Dancy shares why he sees oil production declining for the next 2-3 months.

Sy Harding's picture

Several months ago I wrote of how super bull markets that last nine or ten years have been once in a generation situations, the last ones being those of the 1920’s and the 1990’s, but that there were enough similarities to 1997...

Global Risk Insights's picture

Internet providers are dismayed by the FCC’s net neutrality decision, but the ruling opens up opportunities to several other types of businesses. The late-February decision by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to...

Monty Guild's picture

Drugs fall broadly into two categories: small-molecule drugs and large-molecule drugs. Small molecule drugs are relatively simple to manufacture, and include all the over-the-counter remedies you’d recognize...

Urban Carmel's picture

Attention is gravitating to the Dollar, and for good reason. In the past year, the Dollar index is up 25%. Since 1980, the Dollar has only risen that quickly in one year once before: the period leading to February 1985.

Puru Saxena's picture

After several years, the Federal Reserve has passed the QE baton to the European Central Bank (ECB) and this should extend the ongoing bull-market in common stocks. You will recall that throughout last year, we were expecting...

Oil Price's picture

The electric utility is at a crossroads. Facing flat electricity demand and a sudden insurgent campaign from rooftop solar, the large centralized utility company is entering a new era. Largely unchanged for a century, utility companies...

Doug Short's picture

The Advance Retail Sales Report released this morning shows that sales in February came in at -0.6% month-over-month, which comes on top of a -0.8% in January and a -0.9% decline in December. Core Retail Sales...

Michael Shedlock's picture

Analyst estimates of Chinese growth keep getting lower and lower. Yet, those declining estimates have all been from a lofty level: From 10% to 9%, to 8% to 7.5%. China's growth target for 2015 is 7.0%.

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