It is Fed week, a government shutdown looms, a look at private investments, and the yield curve recession signal.
A government shutdown is on the radar, economic data is mixed, an assessment of risks in this market, and a look at historic bubbles.
Jobs and inflation indicate a slowdown, Euro-area GDP will be watched, some thoughts on crypto, and is another sovereign debt crisis looming in Europe?
The AI rally stalls, the Fed offered little new, China's economy is sputtering, knowledge vs risk in markets, and US debt in context.
Investor mood shifted last week, the Fed meets at Jackson Hole, NVDA earnings will test the AI hype, what investors miss when diversifying, and a look at job gains by industry.
Earnings season is mostly done, some data posts this week, a (skeptical) look at "off-label" uses of life insurance, and the economic power of Taylor Swift (yes, Taylor Swift).
Earnings are still in decline, employment is the one bright spot in the economy, a look at why we care about portfolio losses, and labor demographics over the coming decades.
A busy week for data and earnings, the BOJ is changing an important rate, maybe you should buy a lottery ticket, and a look at bankruptcies.
It is Fed week and the core of earnings season is here, should you invest in that thing, and a look at rate expectations.
Earnings season has begun, how much should you get when selling your business?, and a look at inflation figures.