June 25 (Reuters) – The GDP release is a salient reminder
that right now, the big risk for most investors is that the
consensus is too complacent.
June 4 (Reuters) – Americans are borrowing more, renting
more rather than owning, eating in restaurants more and saving
less, leading inevitably to questions of sustainability.
By James Saft
(Reuters) – It is this year’s bargain: central banks will remain easy, allowing asset prices to march higher despite all those pesky details about growth and inflation.
June 3 (Reuters) – It is this year’s bargain: central banks
will remain easy, allowing asset prices to march higher despite
all those pesky details about growth and inflation.
May 29 (Reuters) – Apple’s $3 billion purchase of
headphones and music business Beats shows exactly how foggy our
thinking about the distinction between ‘cheap’ and ‘affordable’
May 28 (Reuters) – Investors appear to have forgotten two
prime lessons of the last crisis: complexity is expensive and
leverage is dangerous.
(Reuters) – If there is anything more sobering for a central banker than failing to meet the bank’s mandates, as the European Central Bank arguably has, it is having one’s very legitimacy challenged.
May 22 (Reuters) – Did you ever get to the point when trying
unsuccessfully to fix something you just start whacking it with
May 21 (Reuters) – U.S. interest rates are staying low for
quite some time, a backdrop which should, all else equal, favor