- A lack of corporate outlooks this earnings season could be a bad sign for stocks over the next few months. The risk vs. reward for stocks
- The odds of a Fed rate hike this month are getting slimmer by the day. Meanwhile, some folks are still holding out hope for a Fed move this year. October is off the table, but not December
- Perhaps stating the obvious, Ben Bernanke says it's “not obvious” that the U.S. economy can handle a 1% rate hike. Defending his own policies
- If consumers followed the advice and forecasts of economists, the economy would be in much better shape. Nobody figured that consumers would be saving so much money
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