Global Economy

Globalization Is Poverty: "The Endgame Is Painfully Obvious"

"The world’s central bankers’ club is set to get new leadership soon... but there is no sign that the economic religions they adhere to will be replaced, it’ll be centralization all the way, and if that fails, more centralization...The endgame of that process is painfully obvious way in advance."

10Y Spikes Over 3.00% Or Copper Crashes - What Happens Next?

The spread between 10Y Treasury yields and the ratio of copper-to-gold has never been wider as the former signals recessionary economics (flattest curve since 2007) and the latter reflationary recovery (highest in 3 years)... so who is right?

The Curious Case Of Missing The Market Boom

"I don’t want to kill your dream, and I don’t have to. The dream will kill itself. You’ll hear a monumental ‘POP’ go off, and then you’re back in reality..."

Bill Blain: Is Today The Day?

"I came to the conclusion Oct 12th is as good as any other day for a market correction – and its almost 30-years since the October Hurricane and the Black Monday Crash of 1987 (which I remember well), so why not October 12th."

Global Stocks Hit New Record High, Dollar Mixed After Dovish Fed

In a trend observed every day this week, S&P futures are slightly in the red ahead of a post-open ramp with the VIX rising to 9.91, as Asian shares climb, European stocks are little changed. WTI crude pares recent gains, slipping below $51 after API showed an unexpected crude build.

Nouriel Roubini's "Good, Bad, & Ugly" Scenarios For The Global Economy

The IMF, which in recent years had characterized global growth as the “new mediocre,” recently upgraded its World Economic Outlook, but are they right to think that the recent growth spurt will continue over the next few years, or is a temporary cyclical upswing about to be subdued by new tail risks?