The fed is admitting the economy is slowing. The recession has begun.
In a major escalation of the trade war, Trump lashed out at China.
After Beijing announced an additional $75 billion tariffs on the US, Trump demanded US Businesses find alternatives.
GM and Volkswagen pulled the plug on hybrid cars. Ford and Toyota didn't.
Trump poses the question of the day. Let's conduct a poll.
Over 50% of European gov't bonds have a negative yield. Globally there's $15 trillion in negative-yield debt.
The entire German yield curve is negative for 30 years. Japan is poised to join the club.
Farmers are angry over crop reports, broken ethanol promises, tariffs, crop reports, Trump, and mounting debt.
The odds of a double rate cut in September plunged from 40% recently to 31% last week then to 0% today.
The EU insists the backstop is non-negotiable. I happen to have a serious question.
On August 16, the yield on the Swiss 10-year bond fell to -1.132%. Consider the implications.