The stock markets yawned. It was against this backdrop that the U.S. stock markets soared once again to new all-time highs.
The Asian economy became resilient and robust following its meltdown 20 years ago.
With China's commitment to free trade and the US' newfound tendency towards protectionism, will the global economy find itself led by the Asian giant soon?
The markets peaked early this week with the S&P 500 joining the Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) in making new all-time highs.
Analysts think that China's economy is on the rise, with its various legislations and ventures working, while the US economy is slowing down,
The national security and economic leadership of the US are both endangered by the Trump government's move to cut back focus on renewable energy resources.
Donald Trump is axing "hundreds of billions dollars" from safety net programs such as nutrition programs, health insurance and disability cover.
One of the greatest economic indicators is the steepness of the Treasury yield curve. A steep curve indicates inflation and strong growth; whereas a flat yield...
Should the US Dollar lose its status as the premier currency, it would lose the ability to print money.
Outside of the tomahawk fireworks, it was a quiet week with little movement overall in the markets. All of this tension could be shaky for stock...