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Societe Generale's Albert Edwards is one of many strategists who continue to warn that high corporate profit margins are unsustainable. In his latest research note, he warns that the margin squeeze is on, and that's likely to be bad news for the
The pace of claims slowed in September to a rate not seen in six before the economy slipped into its last recession. In October, as lawmakers argued in Washington and the federal government partially shut down, the pace picked back up. But at 316,000,
Here's a very powerful paragraph from Nomura economist Richard Koo: I have pointed out previously that mini-bubbles can occur during a balance sheet recession. During a usual monetary policy-driven market, money created by an accommodative central
International investors are already betting strongly on Ireland's recovery, Davy Stockbrokers said. This year will be the first 12 months of sustained economic growth since the recession started, Davy said, with growth next year of 2.5pc on the cards.
It's not only the place that we get our clothing and our food, but markets also play a role in providing health care, in predicting events, in providing employment. So we, as society, have a great need to ensure that markets perform well.
Major stock indexes have shot to record highs in the U.S. this year, gaining more than 20 percent, and yet economic growth remains at disappointing levels. A lot of analysts believe the stimulus efforts by the Federal Reserve are behind the stock
The Washington Post has done a poll that shows lower-income workers are terrified they will lose their awful jobs. Then it interviewed one of those workers, who commutes three hours a day for $5.25 an hour: "I can't save money," he said recently, "to
There are no more stroke-of-the-pen economic reforms, no shortcuts That a change in government in 2014 will bring back the higher rate of GDP growth that we experienced a few years ago is an increasingly popular view. While there may be an upturn in
But there are three reasons we are not in a tech bubble and probably won't be in one for a while. University of Chicago's Eugene Fama and Yale's Robert Shiller recently won The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel .
But now the state's nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office is forecasting a budget surplus of $5.6 billion by 2015...You can almost see the politicians in Sacramento rubbing their hands together, Democrats plotting to fund new programs and