Slow growth and the knowledge economy: James Saft

November 26, 2013

Nov 26 (Reuters) – Corporate cash hoarding may simply be an
unintended consequence of the rise and rise of the knowledge
economy.

Taper on tap, sweeteners at ready

November 21, 2013

(James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own)

By James Saft

(Reuters) – If you want to know what Janet Yellen will do as Fed chair, ignore her congressional testimony and watch Ben Bernanke’s lips.

Taper on tap, sweeteners at ready: James Saft

November 21, 2013

Nov 21 (Reuters) – If you want to know what Janet Yellen
will do as Fed chair, ignore her congressional testimony and
watch Ben Bernanke’s lips.

The age of the 5 percent Ponzi scheme

November 20, 2013

Nov 20 (Reuters) – Things have come to a pretty pass when
Ponzi schemes are luring in the chumps with promises of only a 5
percent return.

Households borrow while business stints: James Saft

November 19, 2013

Nov 19 (Reuters) – Households are borrowing like it’s 2008
but businesses simply won’t play along.

Column – Yellen delivers; tougher times ahead: James Saft

November 14, 2013

By James Saft

(Reuters) – On the standards by which these things are judged, Janet Yellen’s confirmation hearings went well, meaning markets rallied with little volatility.

Yellen delivers; tougher times ahead: James Saft

November 14, 2013

Nov 14 (Reuters) – On the standards by which these things
are judged, Janet Yellen’s confirmation hearings went well,
meaning markets rallied with little volatility.

Zen and the hell of low returns

November 13, 2013

Nov 13 (Reuters) – You can’t beat the market but the market
is probably going to slap you around a bit.

ECB, Fed pile risk upon risk: James Saft

November 12, 2013

Nov 12 (Reuters) – With the European Central Bank and U.S.
Federal Reserve pulling the same way, global interest rates will
be lower for longer, feeding an ongoing rally in risky assets.

Column: ECB, Fed pile risk upon risk – James Saft

November 12, 2013

By James Saft

(Reuters) – With the European Central Bank and U.S. Federal Reserve pulling the same way, global interest rates will be lower for longer, feeding an ongoing rally in risky assets.