Brother can you spare a dime? I need something to turn on. Although markets seemed to have bottomed about a year ago and the economy has quickly been rebounding in various (but not all) corners, many seem to be caught surprised by the unrelenting about-face of security prices and economic indicators, especially since many sectors […]
With share prices having recovered from the subprime-related slump and in many cases making new highs, there are doubts as to whether the major central banks still have an incentive to drop rates. However, valid reasons remain for the G7 central banks in general and the Fed in particular to deliver more rate cuts:
- Inflation is […]
Several conditions have emerged from the recent market turmoil: tighter credit, deflating real estate, monetary reflation, and a weak dollar. The strong themes emerging from these circumstances are: A) We are probably past the worst and won’t face recession; and B) We will see higher equity markets, stronger export growth and increased commodity prices.
Financial companies […]