Recession

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  1. TREA, Glide-Path and Schrodinger's Cat.

    Commentary

    Sun, 28 Dec 2014

    investment gave a bond-like feeling of assurance for a steady return over time with low volatility. The experience of the Great Recession changed that mindset for now. So I've often thought about where to place it in my portfolio. A few year's back I received

  2. From Barron’s, December 29, 2014 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 27 Dec 2014

    at P/E of 21. The market may not fall but there is lesser cushion if something goes wrong. Risks include deflation and recession in Europe , failure of Abenomics in Japan , sputtering China , and out of control Russia . Pg 10-11 : S&P may soon downgrade

  3. From Barron’s, December 29, 2014 (Part 1)

    Commentary

    Sat, 27 Dec 2014

    for the consumer. But lower oil [ and commodities ] and lower rates are signs of underlying weaknesses. However, only a recession kills a bull market and there is none in sight for the US. 2015: For SP500, trailing P/E 17-18, earnings $128, SP500

  4. Economy Is Good, but Not 5% Good

    Video Reports

    Sat, 27 Dec 2014

    in here. In fact, it's usually what leads us out of a recession and what sustains us, what lasts the longest. But it's ..... on those loans have hurt young families. Going through the recession , a number of people got their credit record pretty smashed

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    in here. In fact, it's usually what leads us out of a recession and what sustains us, what lasts the longest. But it's certainly not happening this time around. Stipp: Why are we stuck in the mud with housing? What are the factors holding it back when you would expect it to be doing better? Johnson: There are a few things going on. High student loan balances are certainly one of them, and the defaults on those loans have hurt young families. Going through the recession , a number of people got their credit record pretty smashed up, and those are people who would typically be first-time buyers right
  5. Russia forecasts economic slump as bailed-out bank gets more funds

    Headlines

    Fri, 26 Dec 2014

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Slumping oil prices have put Russia's economy on course for a sharp recession and double-digit inflation next year, government ministers said on Friday, as authorities scaled up a bailout for the first bank to succumb to this month's ruble crisis.

  6. Medvedev says Russia could slide into deep recession : RIA

    Headlines

    Tue, 23 Dec 2014

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's economy is at risk of entering a period of deep recession , Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was quoted by RIA Novosti news agency as saying.

  7. Medvedev says Russia could slide into deep recession - RIA

    Headlines

    Tue, 23 Dec 2014

    MOSCOW, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Russia's economy is at risk of entering a period of deep recession , Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was quoted by RIA Novosti news agency as saying. (Reporting by...

  8. Russia in recession in 2015, ruble to stay pressured: Reuters poll

    Headlines

    Mon, 22 Dec 2014

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian economy will slide next year into its first recession since the global financial crisis and inflation will be close to double digits, economists forecast in a Reuters poll, as the oil price crash and Western sanctions bite.

  9. Labor Scarcity Could Drive Wages Higher

    Video Reports

    Mon, 22 Dec 2014

    growth. Then, we accelerated again with the Internet boom in the late 1990s into 2004, before slowing with the current recession . So, what do all of these numbers mean? Well, wage growth you'd normally think is very important, and it tends to be

    recession found at 0:58

    boom in the late 1990s into 2004, before slowing with the current recession . So, what do all of these numbers mean? Well, wage growth you'd normally think is very important, and it tends to be.
  10. From Barron’s, December 22, 2014 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 20 Dec 2014

    been swimming naked”. Pg 12-13 : NYU professor Nouriel Roubini has a new website and 5 items of doom: triple-dip recession in Europe and anti-euro sentiment; failure of Abenomics in Japan ; hard landing in China from the bursting of its housing

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