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It's not the fed
By iwog in Lafayette CA 94549   108 comments, latest 30 seconds ago:
iwog says bgamall4 says You see, Iwog, the manipulation of housing prices trumps low interest rates. They have the power to crash housing wherever they want. Hot money takes profits and house prices will tank....

Survey: Most small business owners optimistic about the economy
By tvgnus  posted 41 minutes ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine First time in five years •  The survey results confirm what were hearing in the field For the first time in five years, a majority of small business owners are optimistic about the economy,...

Who clicks enough internet ads to give Facebook $642 million in 3 months?
By JH in Fullerton CA 92833   16 comments, latest 41 minutes ago:
thunderlips11 says Wow, really great stuff. Thanks for this.

Drill Baby Drill seems to be working
By zzyzzx in Baltimore MD 21230   3 comments, latest 47 minutes ago:
zzyzzx says New Renter says Gas is still over $4 per gallon. That's Obama's fault!!!

New report shows American personal income increasing
By tvgnus  2 comments, latest 49 minutes ago:
thunderlips11 says According to Wiki (I know, I know): PCE uses substitute goods, and averages about 1/3 less than CPI It does however, include Rent. "Chained" of course, meaning that if your 3-bed in a...

A $58,000,000 severance
By JH in Fullerton CA 92833   19 comments, latest 15 hours ago:
Rin says bob2356 says Plenty of huge compensation packages happened pre bailouts. Yeah, but typical loser CEOs were in the $10-15M exit strategy category back in yesteryear. Sure, they made out well, despite failing but...

French Telecom Company Does Biggest Junk Bond Sale Ever; AOL Flashback
By Mish  posted 16 hours ago:
French Telecom Company Does Biggest Junk Bond Sale in History, $10.9 Billion; Bidding Wars for Junk; Reflections on AOL http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

New Home Sales Plunge 14.5%; It's Not the Weather; Saxo on Consensus vs Reality
By Mish  posted 22 hours ago:
New Home Sales Plunge 14.5%; It's Not the Weather; Steen Jakobsen on Consensus vs. Reality http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

Einhorn Shorts "Cool Kid" Bubble Tech Stocks
By Mish  posted 1 day ago:
Einhorn Shorts "Cool Kid" Bubble Tech Stocks http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

Which country has highest median income?
By Vicente in Davis CA 95616   5 comments, latest 1 day ago:
marcus says Yeah, but who has the richest rich people ? And who has the most awesome military ? And who has the most people in prison ? So, we're still exceptional.

China Manufacturing Output and New Orders Contract Once Again
By Mish  posted 1 day ago:
China Manufacturing Output and New Orders Contract Once Again http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

Why Are You Charging On Credit Cards Again?
By Call it Crazy  56 comments, latest 1 day ago:
jvolstad says I pay 0%. Oh wait, I pay off the balance every month.

Stephen Roach says it's the fed
By Heraclitusstudent  posted 1 day ago:
This is from the ex-Morgan Stanley Chief economist: - "The US has been relying too much on monetary policy" - "We can't keep running our economy on the back of easy money with zero interest...

Inane Step in Wrong Direction: Germany Plans to Lower Retirement Age for Some
By Mish  7 comments, latest 1 day ago:
CaptainShuddup says Nice! So Him and Son can go sleep on Grandpas couch, while he goes and does his Wal-Mart greeter gig, and be the only pulling his weight around there.

ECB Threatens Negative Interest Rates; Mellon Threatens Charging for Deposits
By Mish  posted 1 day ago:
ECB Threatens Negative Interest Rates; Bank of NY Mellon Threatens Charging for Euro Deposits http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

Chinese Court Seizes Japanese Ship to Settle WWII Dispute
By Mish  2 comments, latest 2 days ago:
thunderlips11 says And now you know why the USA sided with Argentina and against a Wall Street debt vulture firm with the Liberdad debacle. To seize a warship for debts sets a bad precedence...

Moving in with parents becomes more common for the middle-aged
By zzyzzx in Baltimore MD 21230   posted 2 days ago:
http://www.latimes.com/busines The number of Californians 50 to 64 who live in their parents' homes has surged in recent years, reflecting the grim economic aftermath of the Great Recession. Debbie Rohr lives with her husband and...

Global Currency Reset Coming
By Bubbabear  1 comment, latest 3 days ago:
E-man says So what are you doing to protect yourself and your family from this global currency reset?

Americans enjoy saving more than spending
By tvgnus  posted 3 days ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Gap largest among lower-income Americans and Southerners •  Insight into the psychology of the American consumer's approach to money The majority of Americans say they enjoy saving money more than spending it by a...

Japan Trade Deficit Largest in History; Imports Soar, Exports Barely Up
By Mish  posted 3 days ago:
Japan Trade Deficit Largest in History; Imports Soar, Exports Barely Up In Spite of Collapsed Yen http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

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