What’s the true risk for the global economy? Its pronounced: /d??fl?SH(?)n/
yes, I know it feels soooo good. Hint: China is the dealer
Is It Fair to compare this sell off to the Great Recession of 2008 and 2009?
Tepid response to yesterday’s rally turned negative this morning. Risk off in pre-market with /es -6.00. Asian markets mostly positive. European markets turned lower in anticipation of US open. 10 year yield at 2.318%, maintaining the-under 2.4% stance.
Russia’s weighing of capital controls if net outflows intensify.
A look at what's moving the markets today
ISIL and what's up with the markets
Futures and commodities markets reaction to the US Air strikes on Syria. Flight to safety with the yield in the 10 year yield lower to 2.551 in pre-US equity open.
The WTO is dying a slow and painful death and has neared the end of its life today.
As the slide starts and the stock markets open in the red on the 1st August , it’s now time to take into consideration what it is that will save you on the floor from losing the house, the wife and the kids because you didn’t know how to deal with the stock crash that’s on its way.
There never seems to be a day that goes by without someone predicting that China is going to go down the Yangtze and end up some creek without a paddle.
Bloomberg carried out a study and it has just been published. It covers conference calls from 2004 to 2014 and it analyzes how American CEOs speak and what words they use.