Market Focus: Economy
- Sep 19 What Is the VIX Fear Index Telling Us Now? by Chris Ciovacco
- Sep 19 Martin Armstrong: Capital Herding Into the U.S., Likely to Push Dollar, Stocks Higher Into Next Year by FS Staff
- Sep 19 Can the Economy Withstand Another Housing Breakdown? by Sy Harding
- Sep 18 PBoC Joins Other Major Central Banks With Unconventional Monetary Policy Action by Sober Look
- Sep 18 Fed Comments Should Spur Positivity by Sheraz Mian
- Sep 18 Jim Bianco on Gold, Oil, and Why the Market Doesn't Care About Geopolitical Events by FS Staff
- Sep 17 Fed Expected to Clarify Course by Sheraz Mian
- Sep 16 How Does the Stock Market Perform During Rate Hikes? by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Sep 16 The Origins and Implications of the Scottish Referendum by Stratfor
- Sep 16 The Emergence of the U.S. Petro-Dollar by Gary Dorsch
- Sep 15 China About to Miss the 7.5% GDP Growth Target by Sober Look
- Sep 15 47% of Chinese Billionaires Want to Leave China Within 5 Years by Michael Shedlock
- Sep 15 Keynes Was a Failure in Japan – No Need to Embrace Him in Europe by Detlev S Schlichter
- Sep 15 Great Graphic: Three Fed Cycles and Stocks and Bonds by Marc Chandler
- Sep 15 The Perfect (Dollar) Storm – When Currencies Collide Part 2 by Chris Puplava
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The End of the Taper – When Will Rate Hikes Begin?
Jim’s first Big Picture topic this week is about the Federal Reserve bring the tapering program to an end in October. Fed Chair Janet Yellen has stated that a “considerable time” until rate hikes begin is not a calendar event. However, there are more hawkish forces in the Fed, such as...
Martin Armstrong: War Cycle to Begin by 2016
Jim welcomes back Martin Armstrong, of ArmstrongEconomics.com. Martin and Jim cover a wide array of macroeconomic and geopolitical topics. Martin sees the US becoming more isolated, as it continues to anger its traditional allies, and forcing Russia and China to begin working together again.
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera on Russian Sanctions, ISIS in Iraq, and the Implications of an Independent Scotland
Jim welcomes back Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, CNBC's Chief International Correspondent. Michelle and Jim cover a number of geopolitical flashpoints, including the ongoing Russia/Ukraine conflict, the ISIS invasion in Iraq, and the upcoming vote in Scotland for independence from the UK.
MIT’s Roberto Rigobon on the True Rate of Inflation
Cris Sheridan welcomes Roberto Rigobon, Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT’s Sloan School of Management. They discuss the Billion Prices Project, started at MIT by Rigobon and fellow professor Alberto Cavallo. By using automated web scraping technology, the Billion Prices Project collects and tracks more than 1 billion prices each week...
- Austrian Money Supply
- Capacity Utilization
- Consumer Price Index
- Consumer Sentiment
- Disposable Personal Income
- Employment Costs
- Federal Debt Held by Foreigners
- Household Credit Market Debt
- Housing Starts
- Import Prices
- Personal Consumption
- Producer Price Index
- Purchasing Managers Index
- US GDP
- US GNP