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Just about every market pro got their Fed taper prediction wrong, but it also gave investors reason to celebrate, so try this salmon in Champagne sauce.
The lesson from the communications giant is that in the nascent multipolar world, global leaders must excel in both advanced and emerging nations.
Janet Yellen is largely considered the top pick for Fed chair, which is probably making her blush like pasta in pink sauce.
With the weakening dollar and Yellen in the forerun for Fed chief, investors believe that US rates will remain low for even longer.
The Fed has started to wind down its monthly asset purchases and tapering suggests that the committee supports a withdrawal of an monetary stimulus.
Op-ed: Five years after Lehman Brothers, big pillars of reform are still not in place and five years from now, we could find ourselves in another financial crisis.
China looks to be lightening the load for its students, or perhaps it's just making them even better.
Kenny Polcari says there are still many issues on the table causing angst for investors, but dinner shouldn't be one of them.
Professional trader Kenny Polcari offers his thoughts on the market as well as his recipe of the day.
On Syria, President Obama's inability to make tough choices and shoulder responsibility stands to diminish U.S. prestige in the world.
The Fed will begin tapering, despite the ailing labor market. In the process, its postwar dual mandate—full employment and low inflation—will crumble.
Forget the link to unemployment, the market is saying, if things continue like this one would have to raise the base rate sooner rather than later, writes Moorad Choudhry.
Despite all the talk about Syria at last week's G20 meeting, there are some real gems for longer-term investment strategists.
The Miley Cyrus ticket market is open for trading, and may provide a glimpse into economic value of her VMA performance.
Emerging markets' currencies are crashing, and their central banks are busy tightening policy, trying to stabilize the financial markets. Who is to blame for this state of affairs?
Ninety-two percent of executives in a recent survey believe there's a job skills gap. And nearly half believe the gap was in "soft skills."
Plenty of stories this year suggest that the clean energy industry is down for the count. But the truth of investing in start-up companies is they often don't pan out.
Though Wall Street had solely concentrated on Syria, investors now seem more interested in economic news, leading some to wonder whether it's a recipe for future gains.
Research by Volker Wieland uses a particular reaction function or interest rate rule that was shown to match past ECB interest rate decisions quite well to project when rates will rise.
While forecasters expect Friday's jobs report to reflect gains, jobs growth has been weighted toward part-time positions. Without better policies, jobs creation will not pick up.