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By: Fred Kempe
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Short-term thinking has poisoned the political environment, making it impossible for lawmakers to manage today's problems, from Supreme Court confirmations to the national debt.
Silicon Valley's biggest companies — including Facebook, Google and Twitter — will not shake accusations they are politically biased against President Trump if they continue to keep the public in the dark about how their algorithms work.
Several analysts have come out of the woodwork in the last few weeks predicting not just a U.S. growth slowdown, but the start of a recession in 2020.
Fiscal austerity in a slowing Italian economy — beset by high unemployment, rising poverty and crumbling infrastructure — would be sheer lunacy, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Though he may still achieve that, his success in doing so now rests heavily on how quickly, decisively and transparently he can manage the current crisis and learn from his mistakes.
Swift's combined social media audience of 268.2 million is 487 percent more than President Donald Trump's 55 million. Some 102,000 individuals between the ages of 18 and 29 registered to vote in the two days after her Instagram post, Vote.org says.
There is always a chance that a further selling off by market participants will rather separately force a rethink.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is now well beyond the stage where it could think of fine tuning the economic activity in an environment of stable costs and prices, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The Trump administration's new efforts carry with them considerable risks, which ultimately may be greater than during the Cold War years, writes Fred Kempe of the Atlantic Council.
Revenues from investment banking, trading, brokerage commissions, and fiduciary fees have only grown modestly since 2009, and it appears the customer actually made more money.
On Manufacturing Day, Americans around the country can celebrate the growing manufacturing revival due to the tireless efforts of President Donald J. Trump and those in his Administration.
Congress just passed a bipartisan $854 billion bill to fund much of the government, but the process "stinks," writes Rep. McMorris Rodgers. Here's how she says Congress can fix the budget mess and reduce spending.
Dow stocks do not significantly outperform the Nasdaq during difficult market selloffs in the past decade, according to Karen Firestone, chairman and CEO of Aureus Asset Management.
But perhaps the mood music is changing for mining stocks.
Collectively, the BATs or Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, have lost around $165 billion in value year-to-date, each for their own reasons. While the stocks may have taken a couple of hefty blows this year, they're certainly not down for the count.
The allied trans-Atlantic community is facing a serious existential threat, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Rather than tossing aside globalism in the name of patriotism, President Trump would be better off to declare himself a "patriotic globalist," recognizing the two concepts are mutually dependent, writes Fred Kempe.
Gold's consolidation over the past few weeks has triggered short covering, but it has not encouraged new long positions, Daryl Guppy writes.
Cannabis stocks are reaching record highs and trading volume, but investing in marijuana includes a high degree of risk related to commodities, regulation and the history of market bubbles. Don't get burned.
Exports are the main driver of Japan's economic growth. They are the beginning and the end of the country's business cycle, Michael Ivanovitch writes.