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The Great Asset Deflation Begins
A worldwide bubble is leaking fast. And falling oil prices may not augur the coming of some golden age for consumers and investors.
Schwab Sees Bull Market Raging On in 2015, With Caveats
Data suggests continuance of secular bull market, say Liz Ann Sonders and colleagues, but watch out for energy junk bonds.
Gloomy Gross Sees No Return to Normal in His Lifetime
Janus Capital bond manager Bill Gross says the time has come to take some chips off the table.
‘Abenomics’ Continues to Move Japan Forward
With “Abenomics” still a reality and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe likely to be in the lead for some time, here’s how investors see Japan.
Money Rolls In for the Money Managers
We can point to at least three trends that are helping to push assets under management and revenue to records, Barry Ritholtz says.
Hennessy Funds’ Chief Sees Dow at 20,000, ‘Loves’ Japan
With the yield on the Dow at nearly 2.2%, Neil Hennessy says he’s “not going out on a limb” in forecasting a continuance of the bull market.
Roubini: World’s Economy Flying on Single Engine
Nouriel Roubini sees the global economy as a four-engine jetliner with only one operational engine: the "Anglosphere" of the U.S. and U.K.
European Stocks Rise With Bonds as Euro Slips on ECB Stimulus
The European Central Bank unexpectedly cut interest rates and announced a bond-buying program.
QE Impact on Europe, Japan and U.S. Differ Greatly
The targets abroad are European unemployment and Japanese deflation.