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US Equity Markets Third Quarter Looms Uncertain

US Equity Markets Third Quarter Looms Uncertain

Michael Wilson (Chief US equity strategist at Morgan Stanley) questions whether or not US Consumers have what it takes to avoid a third quarter recession. While it’s not yet clear whether layoffs are coming, the risk is elevated, and it’s unlikely that the third...

When the Government Becomes the Corporate Client, Not Consumers

When the Government Becomes the Corporate Client, Not Consumers

In his piece, Why Big Business Prefers Lobbying Government to Competing in the Marketplace, Antony Sammeroff explores why government lobbying may be the more rational move over market competition. ...as soon as a corporation can make more money by angling for...

AI Driving Pink Slips at Investment Banks and Hedge Funds

AI Driving Pink Slips at Investment Banks and Hedge Funds

In Morning Coffee: How robots are putting junior analysts on an island. Paychecks are shrinking. Beecher Tuttle looks at the expanding role of artificial intelligence and it's influence of algorithms in the world of finance, investment banking and research. Nav Gupta,...

Navigating Distorted Markets

Navigating Distorted Markets

When it comes to uncertainty in the markets, Tactical Asset Allocation has proven its ability to reduce risk no matter the economic storms. As we look out over the horizon, writer Tyler Durden reminds us that now more than ever, it's not a time to rest on our laurels...

As Goes Consumer Demand, So Goes American Capitalism?

As Goes Consumer Demand, So Goes American Capitalism?

Where American Capitalism once held that companies were responsible to their workers, their customers, their communities and their shareholders, Tyler Durden examines the insurgency of the free market ideology that companies are in fact, only responsible to their...

The Federal Reserve vs Populist Politicians

The Federal Reserve vs Populist Politicians

As Raghuram Rajan observes, the role of monetary policymakers and the Central Banks, historically one of independence, is today challenged by political pressures of populist politicians ...those who have to run for office and thus, have a more forward public face to...