Here are some Tweets that caught my eye over the past week on retail sales, bank assets, home sales, and coffee.
There are 3.7 million ways you buy stocks and bonds without owning a single issue outright.
Clarida says Fed is getting closer to neutral and that there is “some evidence” that the world economy is slowing.
After digging into the 585-page Brexit document, Theresa May's ministers came to the right conclusion: The deal stinks.
Throughout his career, Greenspan has mostly been a contrarian indicator. But he has been consistently right about trade.
It takes 48 MPs in May's party to trigger a motion of no confidence. Rebels claim to have that number.
The 585-page Brexit deal was so one-sided that 6 UK ministers resigned and Parliament openly laughed at PM Theresa May.
Australia's "crane index" hit a new record high. Expect a major home builder bust along with an accompanying recession.
Import prices rose in October due to a jump in petroleum prices that won't last.
Together China and Japan are responsible for around 21% of global GDP. Cutting to the chase, much of what is happening…
The age of the robot is almost upon us. Over the last five years, robots have come a long way and tremendous progress is…
Put this in the reminder bin come 2019 or 2020. I predict a huge budget deficit for most of the 2020s come next…
Volvo is onto something with this subscription service. Car buying is changing.
Mish, Have,nt seen much automation posts lately, check this out.
Some facts about the chaparral biome at the heart of the california fires
Why not protect your own damn borders from invasion and destruction of your own people.
It is ironic that decades ago America started down a perilous path to build China into a world power as we sought a…