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Article By: BigTrends
Crude oil prices are still holding above a couple of different support lines that could bring a quick end to any weakness.
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Article By: Jeffrey P. Snider
What has changed in China? Many if not most in the West haven’t yet caught on because they can’t conceive of where all this might be heading.
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Article By: Stewart Thomson
Ahead of the Fed’s key meeting next week, gold continues to meander sideways to lower.
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Article By: The Fly
Tilray surged roughly 20% to $144.55 in morning trading.
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Article By: Zacks Investment Research
The healthy state of the U.S. economy is highlighted by the fact that consumer confidence — a key determinant of the economy’s health — touched an 18-year high in August 2018.
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Article By: Mises Institute
In order to gain insight into the future state of an economy, many economists refer to a variety of consumer and business surveys.
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Article By: Steve St. Angelo
While platinum and palladium are purchased as investments, they have a much larger industrial component than gold or silver.
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Article By: Acting Man
Since beginning to rise from the lows of the sharp but brief downturn after the late January blow-off high, the US stock market is bereft of uniformity.
In this article: NDX, SPX, FB, AAPL, NFLX, AMZN, GOOGL, TNX, VIX Read
Article By: Menzie Chinn
Haven’t seen the Chinese back down so far, as some sanctions enthusiasts have predicted. If the demand is for China to give up on Made in China 2025, I’m guessing the Chinese are not going to back down in effect.
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Article By: Tyler Durden
Having failed to sustain above 3.00% yesterday, the lack of immediate and aggressive response from China has hyped risk appetite this morning and sent Treasury yields notably higher.
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Seth Golden Commented on Gundlach's Warnings & Fear Mongering: Several Years In The Making:

Simply put the companies are not engaging in financial engineering when they fully understand the probability of interest rates rising above the previous bull market's peak yield cycle. In fact, that's an...

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Seth Golden Commented on Gundlach's Warnings & Fear Mongering: Several Years In The Making:

Well their is a surge in CAPEX by corporations as noted within my article, a year after the bloomerg article. So that simply makes bloomberg article out-of-date. Actually bloomberg's notions are somewhat...

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Gary Anderson Commented on Gundlach's Warnings & Fear Mongering: Several Years In The Making:

And Seth, the debt companies do have is being hoarded, not used to develop new products or build new factories. How do you explain the massive growth of Cat sales with no plans to expand? Something is ami...

Gary Anderson Commented on Gundlach's Warnings & Fear Mongering: Several Years In The Making:

Seth, it is easy to have a lot of cash and sku the Fed chart. If a company appears to have more cash and a better cash to debt ratio, it may be because it is hiding some debt off the balance sheet: www.bloomberg.com/.../corporate-cash-isn-t-doing-much-but-hiding-debt

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US/China trade war: beggar thy neighbour https://t.co/K2xgBfGuQj via financialtimes
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Marsh McLennan/JLT: going like the clappers https://t.co/jaUDhWfo8z via financialtimes
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