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The Managing Director of Technical Strategy at Janney Capital Markets explains two types of corrections and how institutional investors are perceiving the current market environment. With yields expected to head higher, Dan believes banks and financials...

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It wasn’t that many centuries ago that China was the absolute economic center of the world. That center gravitated to Europe and then towards North America and has now begun moving back to China.

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Productivity is hot. As a topic that is. As a measure, however, it has cooled as Chart 1 below shows for both emerging and developed markets. In the US, the Bureau of Labor Statistics just reported the first sequential...

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European markets were on a roller coaster ride last week as rumor and counter rumor about a Greek deal with the European Central Bank circulated and affected sentiment. When news hit Friday that the IMF team had...

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Russell Napier, a global macro strategist and the Co-Founder of ERIC, tells Financial Sense Newshour that Turkey is a likely candidate for triggering capital outflows from emerging markets and, with global debt burdens at these levels, zero percent interest rates...

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Elon Musk took the energy storage world by storm with his announcement of the much-anticipated Tesla Powerwall battery. The Powerwall is sleek, modular, and oozes with the high level of design quality Tesla has become known for.

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The following chart, “The Economic Roller Coaster,” was recently posted by @NickatFP and provides a helpful illustration of where major economies are believed to be located in their economic cycle. It shows the Eurozone, Japan...

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Somewhere in Hell, apparatchiks who ran Gosplan are laughing and slapping each other on the back. In the 1940’s and 1950’s, when the rulers of socialist economies still strove to demonstrate the superiority of...

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The Census Bureau's Advance Retail Sales Report released this morning shows that seasonally adjusted sales in May were up 1.2% month-over-month and 2.7% year-over-year. Core Retail Sales (ex Autos) came...

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Canada and Australia both face the grim fallout from the simultaneous end of the commodity supercycle and their own debt supercycles. Unlike most other advanced economies, the deleveraging process has barely begun...

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