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Welcome To The Currency War, Part 20: Corporate Profits Head South, Stock Prices To Follow?

By John Rubino – Re-Blogged From Dollar Collapse

A too-strong currency is, in theory, supposed to make it harder to sell things to cheap-currency countries, thus crimping corporate profits and by implication pretty much everything else. 491 more words

GDP & Employment

On Black Friday


Will be interesting to see what the final sales numbers look like this year and if we start seeing articles about the death of retail more often. 153 more words

General Topics

Putin's Rage and DraftKings/FanDuel in Court--5 Things to Know Today

Hello friends and Fortune readers.

Wall Street stock futures are higher this morning, as the shock of yesterday’s incident between Turkey and Russia subsides (more below). 407 more words


It's 2015—let's stop calling reproductive rights a "women's issue"

The year 1992 was hailed as the “Year of the Woman”—a moniker popularized in the wake of the election of a handful of powerful female senators. 1,559 more words

Looking back to 2011: Gadhafi’s Gold-money Plan Would Have Devastated Dollar

It remains unclear exactly why or how the Gadhafi regime went from “a model” and an “important ally” to the next target for regime change in a period of just a few years. 1,026 more words


Cars and Houses Roar the Economy Back to Life?


On cars and houses


The US economy is roaring back to life as measured by the two largest purchases that people make: cars and… 240 more words