Column: Twitter and the coming crisis: James Saft

November 8, 2013

By James Saft

(Reuters) – The bad news is: we are going to have another crisis.

The good news is that by then promoted messages on Twitter will make it easy to find bankruptcy attorneys.

Twitter and the coming crisis: James Saft

November 7, 2013

By James Saft

(Reuters) – The bad news is: we are going to have another crisis.

The good news is that by then promoted messages on Twitter will make it easy to find bankruptcy attorneys.

Toyota bounty shows Abenomics snags

November 6, 2013

Nov 6 (Reuters) – Toyota’s sparkling earnings show how
Abenomics may be good for Japanese companies now, but perhaps a
bust for investing in Japan over the long term.

The QE deflation puzzle: James Saft

November 5, 2013

Nov 5 (Reuters) – When it comes to creating inflation, bond
buying by central banks may actually ultimately be
counterproductive.

Column: Europe faces deflation threat – James Saft

October 31, 2013

By James Saft

(Reuters) – Europe faces a threat of deflation, which it seems unlikely to be willing to fight.

Europe faces deflation threat: James Saft

October 31, 2013

Oct 31 (Reuters) – Europe faces a threat of deflation, which
it seems unlikely to be willing to fight.

Early holiday courtesy of Fed

October 30, 2013

Oct 30 (Reuters) – Gorge on Halloween candy, Thanksgiving
turkey and risk: the Fed has declared an early and extended
holiday.

UK shouldn’t be banker to world: James Saft

October 29, 2013

Oct 29 (Reuters) – Bank of England governor Mark Carney is
kidding himself if he thinks Britain can become banker to the
world without paying high costs and taking even higher risks.

Column: Pinterest and Blackstone as QE’s children – James Saft

October 24, 2013

By James Saft

(Reuters) – Two groups with particular reason to be grateful about the Federal Reserve’s never-never taper are the people at Blackstone and Pinterest.

Pinterest and Blackstone as QE’s children: James Saft

October 24, 2013

Oct 24 (Reuters) – Two groups with particular reason to be
grateful about the Federal Reserve’s never-never taper are the
people at Blackstone and Pinterest.