Market Focus: Global/International
- May 25 What the Greek Deal Does and Does Not Do by Marc Chandler
- May 23 Should Britain Leave the EU? Two Analysts Debate by FS Staff
- May 23 BCA: Global Equities Hanging By a Thread by BCA Research
- May 16 Oil Climbs Higher as Goldman Sachs Sees Glut Shift to Deficit by Oil Price
- May 16 How Referenda Threaten the EU by Stratfor
- May 16 Brexit Tracker Battle: Financial Times vs. Economist vs. Bloomberg by Michael Shedlock
- May 13 Global Liquidity Conditions Still Negative by FS Staff
- May 12 Duncan: China Slamming Into a Brick Wall by FS Staff
- May 12 Corruption and Cronies: A Popular Revolt Worldwide and a Tectonic Shift in the Making by Monty Guild Tony Danaher
- May 10 Production Freeze? Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Looking to Ramp Up Oil Output by Oil Price
- May 10 Yen: Getting Harder to Ease by Kurt Kallaus
- May 09 Fiscal Policy to the Rescue? by Sober Look
- May 09 The Titillating and Terrifying Collapse of the Dollar...Again by Michael Pettis
- May 06 Bianco: Gold a ‘High Yield’ Asset in a Negative Rate World by FS Staff
- May 05 Optical Illusion / Optical Truth by Ben Hunt PhD
Richard Duncan: China Is Facing a ‘Serious Crisis’
May 28 – In a special edition of the Big Picture, we reprise a compelling interview with Richard Duncan, conducted recently by Cris Sheridan on FS Insider. China experienced the “greatest economic boom in the history of the world” based on an...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: David Morgan on Silver and Don Coxe on Gold, Geopolitics and More
Apr 30 – On a special edition of the Big Picture this week, Jim covers the silver markets and fundamentals with David Morgan of The Morgan Report. David makes the point that silver is at last confirming gold’s rise this year...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Only Game in Town – Central Banks, QE, Negative Rates and Helicopter Drops
Apr 16 – This week on the Big Picture, Jim and John cover the only game in town; central banks. We read about economic weakness and that corporate profits have peaked, yet the Fed is still talking about raising rates this year.
OECD's William White: Monetary Policy Has Failed and Economists Are Making a "Profound Ontological Error"
Mar 26 – In a special edition of the Big Picture, we are airing Cris Sheridan’s compelling FS Insider interview with William White, chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee of the OECD and former chief economist at the Bank for...