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Krugman And The "Heroic" Fed

"Far from being the incorruptible general whose troops must clean up the wreckage left by the hurricane of free-market economics, the Fed usually is ground zero (or at least nearby) when it comes to economic crises."

Dow Futures Over 23,000: Dollar, Global Stocks Jump As China Congress Begins

World stocks stayed near peaks and currencies moved in tight ranges on Wednesday as China’s 19th Communist Party Congress opened while focus in Europe turned to speeches from top euro zone central bankers before next week’s key policy meeting, as well as Catalonia's ultimatum due on Thursday.

George Soros Donates $18 Billion To His 'Open Society' Foundation

Hungarian-born billionaire investor George Soros is pledging $18 billion - the bulk of his $26 billion fortune – to his Open Society Foundation, completing the integration of his family office, Soros Fund Management, and the charitable organization that serves as a front for Soros’s globalist agenda.

More Bad News For Autos: Wells Fargo Car Loan Originations Crash To All Time Low

While Wells Fargo's earnings report was disappointing, missing on revenue and reporting another decline in overall loan growth, it contained another flashing red light: auto loan originations crashed 47% Y/Y to only $4.3 billion, the lowest print since the bank started disclosing this item back in 2013.

European Stocks On Edge Ahead Of Catalan Independence Call, S&P Futures Rise

S&P futures are again modestly in the green as European shares hold steady ahead of a meeting of the Catalan regional parliament and a possible declaration of independence by Catalan leader Puigdemont, while Asian shares rise a the second day. The dollar declined for the 3rd day, its losses accelerating across the board amid growing concerns that Trump's tax reform is once again dead.

Is This The Biggest Housing Bubble Ever?

"Macroprudential, particularly if markets are going up, up, up is about saying ‘no’. Apparently that’s hard to do," the head of the Swedish central bank, Stefan Ingves, said...

3 Uncommon Signs That An Economic Collapse Could Happen Soon

As stocks continue to climb and the U.S. economy sustains its third longest period of expansion in history, market forecasters are seeking clues for when our next crisis may strike. So far, three uncommon signals have them worried.