Reader Brian emailed an ad for huge discounts on cars. The fine print is rather amusing: Must be subprime and must finance through Chrysler Capital.
The UK fell for a US trap when it seized an Iranian ship on July 4. Iran struck back last Friday.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun is scratching his head. He wonders why sales are weak. Duh?
What would it take to un-invert the yield curve? The answer is not as simple as the math suggests.
The Fed meets on July 31 to make an interest rate policy decision. What should the Fed do?
Peter Schiff predicts stagflation. I suggest another round of deflation is on the way and challenge him to a debate.
As Jean-Claude Juncker and Angela Merkel sail off into the sunset, new faces take over. What does it mean?
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is reeling from an ad by members of his own party accusing him of being anti-Jewish.
Trump and Newt Gingrich are heaping praise on Boris Johnson, the new Prime Minister of Great Britain.
Only 0.2 percentage points separate the GDPNow and Nowcast estimates for the 2nd quarter. But what about inventories?