March 15, 2015
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October 5, 2014
In this episode we talk about some of the stocks that may be in play with the Ebola scare, Stocktoberfest, Bernanke’s inability to refinance his mortgage and Hewlett Packard’s (HPQ) breakup plan.
June 22, 2014
Great guests in this episode. First up is Professor Alan Krueger. We discuss the economy and answer the question: What is the biggest item preventing a full economic recovery in the U.S. Then we get it on with Das and explore the negative deposit rates that have been implemented by the ECB and find more about dancing with cowbells.
July 15, 2013
China reported GDP over the weekend and it was a disappointment in that there is a considerable slowing continues. Even though most countries would be happy with a 7.5% level, that is far below what has been expected for China.
Looking at the manufacturing, exports and imports also confirms that there Read more
June 20, 2013
Overnight there was more negative headlines that kept investors willing to sell. China is now showing a serious trend of slowing manufacturing and that is not a good sign for the health of the global economy.
June 20 (Bloomberg) — China’s manufacturing is shrinking at a faster pace this month, adding to stresses in the economy and financial system after interbank borrowing costs surged to the highest in seven years.