A 3-D View of a Chart That Predicts The Economic Future: The Yield Curve - NYTimes.com

A 3-D View of a Chart That Predicts The Economic Future: The Yield Curve

The current flatness of the curve shows investors expect mediocre growth.

Stanley Druckenmiller, the investor who broke the Bank of England with George Soros, is warning that it feels 'in his bones' like 2004, and like then — it's going to end badly.

We are all now rats in a giant easy money experiment being conducted by Central Bankers around the world; the ultimate result of which is unknown.Stan Druckenmi-A Look At Stan Druckenmiller's Monster Gold Position Mar.

Stocks surge as bargain hunters descend on beaten-down shares, hope for QE relief  Malcolm Morrison, Canadian Press | October 17, 2014 7:16 AM ET

Stocks surge as bargain hunters descend on beaten-down shares, hope for QE relief Malcolm Morrison, Canadian Press

OPEC price war fears evokes ugly memories of 1986 oil bust for U.S. drillers  In 1986, the Saudis opened the spigot and sparked a 67% plunge that left oil just above $10 a barrel — a memory that is looming large at this week's OPEC meeting.

OPEC price war fears evokes ugly memories of 1986 oil bust for U.

How the US stacks up to the world’s most prosperous country.  #Norway #Switzerland #NewZealand #Denmark #Canada #Sweden #Australia #Finland #Netherlands #UnitedStates #economy #europe

How the US stacks up to the world’s most prosperous country

It's not just structural advantages that give the GOP an edge;

Here’s who should be happiest about falling oil prices - Quartz

Here’s who should be happiest about falling oil prices

Here’s who should be happiest about falling oil prices - Quartz

“Those who are looking for 3%-plus real GDP growth in the second quarter, they either see something I don’t see, or they’re going to be sadly disappointed,” says Wall Street analyst Gary Shilling.

“Those who are looking for real GDP growth in the second quarter, they either see something I don’t see, or they’re going to be sadly disappointed,” says Wall Street analyst Gary Shilling.

The US economy expanded even faster than we thought last quarter - Quartz

The US economy expanded even faster than we thought last quarter

The US economy expanded even faster than we thought last quarter - Quartz

Fed chief Yellen says slack remains in US jobs market

Fed says 'slack' in US jobs market

US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says there is still "remaining slack in the labour market".

Dennis Gartman: 'Let's calm down, everybody'

Dennis Gartman: 'Let's calm down, everybody'

Dennis Gartman the prominent editor and publisher of the Gratman Letter has published his forecast on Oil and he thinks that any Oil bounce

Warren Buffett’s incredible cash pile has hit an all-time peak

Warren Buffett’s incredible cash pile has hit an all-time peak

Warren Buffett’s incredible cash pile has hit an all-time peak - Quartz

The most important charts to see before the huge July jobs report

The most important charts to see before the huge July jobs report

The most important charts to see before the US’s giant June jobs report

IMF slashes U.S. outlook, but sees better 2015 Add to  Last updated Wednesday, Jul. 23 2014, 11:43 AM EDT

IMF slashes U.S. outlook, but sees better 2015

economy grew at its weakest pace in three years in the first quarter as consumer spending barely increased and businesses invested less on inventories, in a potential setback to President Donald Trump& promise to boost growth.

US economy adds 142,000 jobs in August

US adds 142,000 jobs in August

The US economy added jobs in August, latest figures reveal, less than expected partially as a result of a supermarket strike.

Revised data released Wednesday also suggest a possible factor behind the pickup: Americans saved much more in 2012 than previously thought, leaving more to spend in 2013.

Revised data released Wednesday also suggest a possible factor behind the pickup: Americans saved much more in 2012 than previously thought, leaving more to spend in

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