Let's look at just how much lower we can go, how much higher rates can rise and what's flying in the U.K. and Japan.
Let's look at the movement in the yuan.
The central bank needs to restore price stability while preserving the strength of the US dollar for the long-term good of the economy.
Let's check out the dumpster fire in the United Kingdom -- just as we were turning to Japan's yen move.
I'm also studying the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite for how to proceed.
Dual forces have combined to create a world in which hydrocarbons are in short supply, which makes the price of everything else rise.
After the Australian fiscal year ended in June, the Reserve Bank of Australia marked its bond holdings to market - wiping out all its reserves.
Here's what I see with Fed action ahead and why I'm not so worried about stagflation -- unless we really mess things up.
Markets in Asia moved lower but it was far from the bloodbath on Wall Street, with Asian currencies the main indicator of economic weakness.
Where will all of this money go now?