Stock markets have crawled their way back to the February/April 2018 breakdown levels but the bear market is far from over.
Global debt is growing fast, and in the U.S. alone, corporate bonds has climbed 159 percent since the fourth quarter of 2017.
It has been a dramatic and historic month in the stock market. One has to go back a long way to find the drops experienced this...
While the outlook for 2019 doesn’t look particularly good, the first few days of January 2019 will act as a barometer for the year ahead.
Global debt now at $245 trillion, the highest in history. The stock markets fell over 3 percent while gold rose 2 percent and bond yields head...
Recent events around the globe like trade wars are indicators that the world's financial market is headed toward a crash.
The next economic crisis might be worse than the Great Recession as interest rates increase, along with growing corporate and household debts.
Interest rates spike through the roof and hit a new record high at 3.11%. As the U.S. cuts ties with Iran, the latter wants to divert...
With a cyclic inflation-deflation behavior seen at the stock market, investors are expecting further increases in global debt tantamount to $237 trillion.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics' recent employment report indicated that there was an increase in nonfarm payrolls last April.