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Month: July 2018

Germany’s bank problems are all of Europe’s

Forget Italy. Germany is still thebiggest banking problem in Europe; not just because the market itself is poor and destabilizing but also because it negates the possibility of a world-beating continental banking sector. Germany is Europe’s heart: geographically, economically and strategically. There will be no convincing claim to continental dominance without big market shares in …

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As the Fed meets, the specter of pressure from Trump and the market looms

Mr. Market probably still carries more weight with the Federal Reserve, but Mr. President is likely to maintain a presence when it comes to monetary policy. President Donald Trump recently made headlines with comments that he was upset with the Fed for raising interest rates just as the economy was starting to pick up steam. …

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How companies are making customers pay for Trump’s trade war

President Trump’s trade war is making life uncomfortable for some large American corporations, but they have found a way to reduce the pain: Pass it on to customers. The Trump administration’s tariffs have pushed up the prices of steel and aluminum and have raised costs for companies that make everything from cars and tractors to …

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Investing pioneer Burton Malkiel: Don’t worry about the yield-curve recession indicator

Investing pioneer Burton Malkiel believes investors shouldn’t worry too much about a key recession indicator — the so-called the flattening yield curve. “Recently, the curve has become noticeably flatter, with short-term rates rising and longer yields remaining stagnant. This has led many analysts to think that the curve will soon invert. But that does not …

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Insana: US can’t afford the first tax cut, let alone Trump’s new stealth $100 billion plan for rich

“Let’s not and say we did” was a quote we often used when I was growing up. It needs to be said plainly today to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who has a new tax cut plan that may be constitutionally questionable. The stealth $100 billion plan, which would index capital gains taxes to inflation, …

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Fed to Hold Rates But Will Trump Criticism Restrain a More hawkish Message?

The US Federal Reserve will announce its latest rate decision on Wednesday at 18:00 GMT when the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) concludes a two-day policy meeting. After the move in June when the Fed lifted rates to a range of 1.75-2.00%, no change in policy is expected this month. The absence of a press …

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