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Source: World Economic Forum
I don't think we'll necessarily have another financial crisis any time soon, although the political turmoil in the United States and the world is such that I don't really feel terribly safe about anything at the moment.
April 27, 2019 Steve Forbes: Rich people don't need your money to buy electric cars -- Let's get real about EV tax creditsSource: Fox News
Americans who want to drive electric vehicles should absolutely be free to do so. But the rest of us should not be forced to subsidize their expensive, environmentally questionable choice of cars. Liberal environmentalists have...
April 22, 2019 Strong stock and bond markets at odds over global growthSource: Reuters
Stocks and bonds around the world have rallied atypically together since the start of the year, rewarding investors both bullish and bearish on the direction of global growth.
April 10, 2019 The Federal Reserve Is Courting TroubleSource: NY Times
The Federal Reserve, along with Congress, failed to take sufficient steps to revive the economy after the 2008 financial crisis. One simple measure of the inadequacy of the government’s response is that inflation has remained...
April 2, 2019 How would a US-China trade deal impact markets? - videoSource: Fox/YouTube
Fairfax Global Markets CEO Paul Dietrich, Matson Money CEO Mark Matson and FBN's Deirdre Bolton on the outlook for the economy and markets.
April 2, 2019 The Miracle Years Are Over. Get Used to It.Source: NY Times
Roughly, economists should have expected that United States economic growth would slow to 2 percent from 3 percent — and it has. This is the new normal for the American economy. Stimulus measures like the Trump tax cuts can lift...
New York (CNN Business)Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, who has been under scrutiny for the social media company's role in spreading misinformation and inadequately policing content, is calling for regulators to play a...
March 31, 2019 Theresa May Is Hilariously Bad at Her JobSource: Jacobin
Upon failing once, May attempted to use the looming threat of the UK leaving the EU without a deal — and having to crash out, reverting to World Trade Organization rules instead — to convince the house to back the...
Source: USA Today
A new survey of economists reveals that three-quarters expect a U.S. recession by 2021. They don't blame the Federal Reserve, however. Most see dire effects caused by huge and rising federal deficits.
J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said that the U.S. economy has essentially been split into those benefiting from thriving corporations and those who are left behind.
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