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  1. A Bend in the Road is Not the End of the Road


    Wed, 16 Apr 2014

    current market conditions may make investors uncomfortable, I remain largely optimistic and believe that one year from now, U . S . credit spreads will be tighter and U.S. stocks will be higher. Taylor Rule Suggests ECB Should Ease Further Core inflation in the

  2. S&P can't convince judge to split up $5B fraud case


    Tue, 15 Apr 2014

    gives S&P permission to obtain evidence the government may have sued in retaliation for the agency's decision to lower the U . S . credit rating in 2011. S&P has said former Treasury Secretary Geithner angrily told McGraw Hill Chairman Terry McGraw in an Aug

  3. Uncovering Opportunities in Emerging Markets


    Mon, 14 Apr 2014

    important energy companies in Brazil, have widened significantly relative to both the sovereign spread (Figure 5) and the U . S . credit market (Figure 6). The government’s policy of setting domestic gasoline and diesel prices below international market prices

  4. Peer-to-Peer Lending: Ready to Grow, Despite a Few Red Flags


    Mon, 13 Jan 2014

    Credit card debt is the biggest market for P2P lenders and makes up about 70% of Prosper’s business. Suber says total U . S . credit card debt is about $850 billion. “We are looking at 10% of that; we have $82 billion to go.” He is seeing a “rapid increase

  5. The Role of Gold in Investment Portfolios


    Fri, 10 Jan 2014

    while other assets endured a roller coaster ride. More recently, the extreme levels of volatility seen during the 2007-2009 U . S . credit crisis saw gold sell off dramatically along with most other asset classes, but it did not fall as far and subsequently recovered much faster to exit 2009

  6. EBay Evolves Into a Global Commerce Hub


    Mon, 11 Nov 2013

    globally, PayPal is a leading standard for online payments. PayPal boasts more active accounts than total active general purpose U . S . credit card accounts at MasterCard, Discover, and American Express (75 million, 26 million, and 21 million, respectively

  7. The Real Enemy: Overspending


    Mon, 21 Oct 2013

    standoff, which led to Standard & Poor’s downgrading the U . S . credit rating from AAA to AA+? That move led to a worldwide stock ..... lawsuit was filed as retaliation for the agency lowering the U . S . credit rating. All along, Obama and many members of Congress make it

  8. Fitch negative watch -US Rating


    Tue, 15 Oct 2013

    Fitch just put U . S . credit rating on negative watch rating. Still maintains AAA rating. This is sure getting hairier than I had thought it would.

  9. No Crystal Ball?


    Wed, 9 Oct 2013

    however. We know from history that a government shutdown will have a minimal effect on the markets, and we can infer that a U . S . credit default could create another financial crisis. Fortunately, if we use history as a guide, the probability of the Congress

  10. After Years of Bifurcation, Emerging-Market Sector Valuations May Be Returning to Normal


    Tue, 1 Oct 2013

    to the actuality of global economic interdependence amid a U . S . credit crunch and the eurozone debt crisis. Despite the resiliency ..... spurred in large part by the tectonic shifts of 2008’s U . S . credit crisis. An impending reversal? As investors become increasingly convinced

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