STOCKHOLM/ HALMSTAD, Sweden, April 23- Swedish policymakers hit out on Wednesday at suggestions by Nobel laureate Paul Krugman that the Nordics' biggest economy was in a Japanese-style deflationary trap.» Read More
The Fed's policies go well beyond domestic inflation fears and risk-taking – they include what appears to be a structural shift in policy setting for the world, writes this pro.
The head of the CFTC says this is yet another glaring example of the financial sector run amok and warns regulators around the globe need bigger and heavier hammers.
Investors who slavishly look at a rating from any rating agency and see this as a stamp of approval are sorely mistaken, says this pro.
The SEC will host a public meeting that should capture the attention of every entrepreneur, investor and job seeker, writes this pro.
It's time for the Fed to do less to prop up the recovery and jobs creation, argues this academic.
After Exxon Mobile reported earnings on Friday, one options trader made a bearish bet.
The best kept secret is that the Fed does more for the successful operation of the global business cycle than all the "talking shops" (G8, G20, and various U.N. agencies) combined.
There is a significant amount of misunderstanding about how dark pools operate, so in David Letterman fashion this pro tries to set the record straight.
The number one challenge to the economy according to industry executives is Washington regulation, writes this political insider.
We need to believe that the data we see each month or quarter is the most accurate it can be at the time of release, CNBC's Brian Sullivan argues.
Qualcomm's strong earnings should come as no surprise, given that that the company is a dominant force in the smartphone market.
Time horizon can be very confusing when determining investment strategy and decisions. Just look at Netflix. This pro tells you how to make sense of these types of stories.
It's bad, but as this economist explains, it would have been a lot worse if thousands of Americans had not just given up.
Some worry about the "capital" the Fed holds. An institution that can "print" capital will never run short, says this pro.
Latest GDP figures should neither be cause for alarm nor cause for celebration says this pro.
New projections suggest that another four to 10 million foreclosures will occur by 2016. This is definitely a quiet, but devastating catastrophe. Here's how you can protect yourself and your home.
This academic says weak conditions abroad and flagging U.S. competitiveness caused exports to contract and businesses anticipating a further slowdown slashed inventories.
It's dangerous to look solely at momentum as a trading trigger says this pro.
The company has proven they can deliver year-over-year revenue and earnings growth along with free cash flow, all while maintaining zero debt.
U.K. employment creation has had a "+" sign in front of it for the last two years at the same time as gross domestic product shows the U.K. has not fully emerged from recession. How is this possible?
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