Central bankers are often revered as the captains at the helm of the global economy. It’s as if their actions dictate the trajectory of the future
Don’t just follow the news on the global economy — get an inside peek into what’s happening in developed and emerging economies around the world, and what it could mean for your investments — right here.
The foundations of our ‘rock star’ economy may be cracked and crumbling. And a collapse — if it comes — could have destructive effects on our savings.
It’s hard to deny it: all the signs of a potential downturn are there. We’ve had a fantastic bull run, but it’s almost certainly running out of steam.
These signs may just be the prelude to a seismic shift that’s beginning to rattle the economy, both here in New Zealand and around the world.
The Donald appears to believe that the Europeans — and the Chinese — are doing a better job of pumping money than the American Fed.
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‘It’s all part of a plan,’ explained a colleague. ‘Trump is not book smart; he’s smart like a fox.’ ‘He knows that Americans need to see some economic improvement in … Read More
Life is about holding on to what you’ve got. This wing of the .01% has money so old that most have forgotten how it was made.
What kind of capitalism is it when the capitalists drive up their share prices rather than producing goods and services that they can sell at a profit?
The money is fake. Interest rates are artificial. Prices are fraudulent. And today, the price signals are worthless.
Politics got a boost with the election of Donald J Trump. Before his administration took over, trade was very low on the feds’ agenda.
Like every other government programme, military spending is maybe one part real defence and three parts humbug and bamboozle…
In 2016, Britain voted to leave the EU. If you read the mainstream financial press, you may think this means the end of the UK. In fact, it presents some opportunities.
War is the ultimate win-lose enterprise. One side wins; the other loses. Overall, people die, buildings are blown up, and real wealth is destroyed.