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Feb 11, 2019 - 11:30:35 PST

Carnegie on Economic Escape Velocity: "Why US Debt Must Continue to Rise"

"The U.S. current account deficit and the country’s high level of income inequality distort the structure and amount of American savings."

Feb 11, 2019 - 11:24:12 PST

Bernstein's Bold Call: Sell Stocks, Sell Bonds, Buy Gold

"Bernstein is tracking two key measures, both of which are at levels not seen since World War II: global government debt and central bank buying of gold."

Feb 11, 2019 - 10:43:15 PST

As the Wealthiest and Poorest Extremes Strain at the Seems, Something's Gotta Give

"Columbia professor Joseph Stiglitz says standard economics is wrong. Inequality and unearned income kills the economy."

Feb 11, 2019 - 10:39:47 PST

Harvard Professor Kenneth Rogoff: "Financial Stability in Abnormal Times"

"An inexorably growing financial system, combined with an increasingly toxic political environment, means that the next major financial crisis may come sooner than you think."

Feb 11, 2019 - 09:30:20 PST

"Mind-Numbing": Shutdown 2 Looms Large as Compromise Progress at Dead Halt

"The standoff in Washington that’s increasing the chances of another U.S. government shutdown at the end of the week is also raising the specter of bigger risks as the reinstatement of the debt-ceiling approaches in early March."

Feb 11, 2019 - 08:52:34 PST

Turns Out That in Finland, Free Money Can Buy Happiness, but Can't Buy Employment

"The country ran an experiment involving 2,000 randomly selected unemployed people who received monthly payments of about $685 (560 euros) from January 2017 through December 2018."

Feb 11, 2019 - 08:48:30 PST

As Italy's Finances Teeter, Populist Leaders Eye Central Bank Gold Hoard

"Italy’s populists opened a new front in their clash with the country’s central bank, calling on lawmakers to pass legislation stating that its gold holdings worth almost $103 billion belong to the state."

Feb 11, 2019 - 06:12:18 PST

Tick Tock, Deutsche O'Clock: The Bell Tolls for Thee, Sewing

"Deutsche Bank has had to pay the highest financing rates on the euro debt market for a leading international bank this year, in a further sign of the German lender’s uphill struggle to reduce its funding costs."

Feb 11, 2019 - 05:22:32 PST

It's Groundhog Day! Bond Traders Feeling Queasy About Shutdown Instant Replay

"Brexit negotiations, trade talks and the specter of another U.S. government shutdown loom against the backdrop of growing concern over the global economy."

Feb 11, 2019 - 04:55:33 PST

Green New Deal? All Feels, Get Real

If money were fairy dust and pixie magic, we'd all have everything we want. And that about sums up America's current ability to pay for healthcare for all while fully funding current liabilities in Social Security and Medicare.

Feb 11, 2019 - 04:49:19 PST

American Bonds Face Glut of Supply, Serious Lack of Demand

"According to the Treasury Bond Advisory Committee, America will need to sell an eye-popping $12tn of bonds in the coming decade, sharply more than it did in the past 10 years."

Feb 11, 2019 - 01:10:31 PST

MarketWatch: Fund Manager — Weak Hands May Be Signaling a "Major Market Decline"

"Investors, knocked around by the latest stretch of volatility, are wiggling out of their risky margin positions in a big way. But should they be worried that such a shift means a downturn is coming up?"

Feb 11, 2019 - 00:57:48 PST

Global Markets Tentative as US/China Trade Talks Resume

"Global stocks traded cautiously higher Monday, with investors eyeing progress in this week's renewed U.S.-China trade talks while tracking the final weeks of the corporate earnings season."

Feb 11, 2019 - 00:50:31 PST

Dig a Hole in the Jungle and Hope: Venezuela's "Artisan" Gold Miners

"With the country’s economy in meltdown, an estimated 300,000 fortune hunters have descended on this mineral-rich jungle area to earn a living pulling gold-flecked earth from makeshift mines."

Feb 11, 2019 - 00:31:33 PST

Don't Look Now, April 15 Is 64 Days Away... Find Out What Tax Bracket You're In

"About half of Americans don't know what tax bracket they're now in — here's how to find out."

Feb 11, 2019 - 00:26:59 PST

Is Purdue University's ISA the Beginning of the End of the Student Loan?

"Purdue says it is the first four-year institution in the country to offer an income sharing agreement (ISA). Under their Back a Boiler program, graduates make payments for 10 years after graduation."

Feb 8, 2019 - 13:35:37 PST

Gold Traders' Report - February 8, 2019

Gold firmed last night, trading in a range of $1307.85 - $1314.50 and continued to fade US dollar moves. The yellow metal dipped to its low of $1307.85 during Asian and early European time as the DX kept on its firming trend

Feb 8, 2019 - 12:50:42 PST

Gold Gains as Global Growth Concerns Dent Risk Appetite

Gold rose on Friday as a gloomy global economic outlook dented risk appetite, but a firm dollar stemmed bullion's advance and kept the metal on track.

Feb 8, 2019 - 12:44:08 PST

Fed: Central Bankers Discussing If QE Should Be Used "More Regularly"

Should those always be in the tool kit — should you always have those at your ready — or should you think about those are only tools you use when you really hit the zero lower bound and you have no other things you can do

Feb 8, 2019 - 12:40:50 PST

Bank Willingness To Lend To Consumers Drops To Zero

Bank willingness to lend to consumers, a prime driver of Fed monetary policy, typically slumps to zero before a recession.


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