By James Saft
(Reuters) – Japanese banks and pensioners will be first in line to feel the pain if Japan successfully reignites inflation and inflates away its debts.
(Reuters) – For an uncertain world – one with fiscal cliffs, eurozone recession and regime change at the Federal Reserve – it sure is quiet out there.
Dec 14 (Reuters) – For an uncertain world – one with fiscal
cliffs, eurozone recession and regime change at the Federal
Reserve – it sure is quiet out there.
(Reuters) – To say taxpayers made money from their investment in AIG is to libel the very concept of profit.
Dec 11 (Reuters) – U.S. student debt levels are surging but
along with degrees and skills the loans are producing perverse
incentives and unforeseen economic consequences.
(Reuters) – What happens when an over-valued currency meets a political leader seemingly bent on imposing his vision on a battered central bank?
Nov 29 (Reuters) – If U.S. fiscal woes set off a market
downdraft, this time the dollar could actually be a beneficiary.
Nov 27 (Reuters) – To understand why the retail sector will
continue to be such an investment minefield consider just two
phrases: Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Nov 20 (Reuters) – Like a hangover that starts before you
even go to bed, the fact that the shadow banking system has
expanded since the crisis bodes poorly for what comes in the
Nov 16 (Reuters) – Every investor, sadly, has to be a Fed
watcher given that U.S. asset markets are supported, if not
levitated, by quantitative easing.