UK retailers have struggled all year. Now even the most lucrative time of the year threatens to be spoilt for them.
With this much distrust in the air, what’s the best way for investors to play the likely re-emergence of the trade wars in April?
There’s still a lot of work to do if “one of the largest deals ever made” isn’t to turn into the biggest deception ever.
The shopping holiday is supposed to be a blessing for retailers, but it could actually be a curse for physical stores.
The US is getting a triple shot of tightening. Unless the Fed reverses course, the US may be in a recession sometime next year.
If raising interest rates hurts the US economy, why is the Fed dead set on continuing this policy? It has no choice.
I don’t say that to be hyperbolic. I’m not looking to scare people. It’s just an honest assessment, based on the numbers.
Depending on which data sets you're looking at, the UK economy could either be in trouble or doing just fine.
China has created the biggest Ponzi scheme in history. The endgame is a financial crisis that the Chinese won’t see coming.
In spite of their constant bickering, the US and China have enough incentives to smoke the peace pipe later this month.