Pay cuts are a solution to preserving jobs, but they could delay economic recovery and impact the stock market.
With the help of a viral plague, the Federal Reserve is creating zombie companies that cannot feed their own debt and should go extinct.
Don't count on record-low mortgage rates to ignite a swift housing market recovery. Here's why the rebound could take longer than you think.
As the price of gold continues to surge, do stretched positioning and deflation risks threaten a 2013 style crash for XAU/USD?
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Two dire warnings from the Fed and the WHO on the coronavirus failed to upset the Dow Jones as it rallied more than 300 points today.
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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is confident that the Fed has more stimulus power. Warren Buffett's latest actions suggest he sees things differently.
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Billionaire and Virgin Galactic chairman Chamath Palihapitiya calls the stock market a 'bubble' waiting to pop. And it's all the Fed's fault.
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Shares in gold mining companies were some of Friday's biggest gainers in an ominous macro hedge in equities after more dismal economic data.
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The Federal Reserve bought a record amount of mortgage-backed securities last week despite nearly crashing the housing market in March.
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