Europe's central bank just slashed interest rates and launched emergency stimulus measures -- but six years too late, and not enough to counter the au...
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On TV, you have to boil down answers into the shortest, most concise sound bites. Right now, my favorite sound bite is "Invest in Yellow: Corn, Wheat and Gold."
"Charticle" featuring highlights from this week in the Economy. . . hoarding gold, hot recession jobs, and the U.S. Treasuries bubble.
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Starbucks is the first, but not the last example of how a falling dollar will make most items that Americans over consume too expensive for Americans to buy with their crumbling currency.
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