While nobody knows what the future holds, one powerful person came pretty close to accurately predicting the problems Europe is having with the euro – a full 17 years before the current crisis began in 2010.
Former British Prime Minister Margare... view full article >>
It’s back. Volatility, that is.
Like a yo-yo, the market bounced around and the S&P 500 index ultimately ended down 2.0 percent for the week and 3.4 percent from this year’s closing high, according to Reuters. Despite the drop, the mar... view full article >>
What’s more important to the U.S. stock market, economic growth or the value of the U.S. dollar?
On the surface, economic growth would seem to be the logical answer since as the economy grows, earnings should grow, too. But, digging ... view full article >>