By Callum Thomas The latest official PMI data out of China showed a slowing of momentum in the manufacturing sector (51.3 in January vs 51.6
By Jeffrey Snider Why do humans tend to behave in herds? It’s a fundamental question that only recently have researchers been able to better understand.
By Steve Saville [This post is an excerpt from a commentary posted at TSI about two weeks ago] Some commentators have made a big deal
By Steve Saville 1. According to news reports, unnamed senior government officials in China have recommended slowing or halting the purchase of US Treasury securities.
By Jeffrey Snider For quite a long time I obsessed over November 20, 2013. It was a day that for the vast majority of humanity
By Anthony B. Sanders This Bloomberg News title sounds like something John Carpenter would have created, as in Escape From New York (Fed). Bloomberg News
By Jeffrey Snider While the Western world was off for Christmas and New Year’s, the Chinese appeared to have taken advantage of what was a
By Callum Thomas The November property price data out of China confirmed what we’ve been talking about for a while now (before most others caught
By Jeffrey Snider There was a lot of talk about the supposed oil supply glut around early 2015, for good reasons that only partially related
By Doug Noland Credit Bubble Bulletin: China Initiating a Global Bear Market? Chair Yellen is widely lauded for her accomplishments at the Federal Reserve. For
By Kevin Muir I know everything is fan-freaking-tastic – with the tax reform bill and global synchronized expansion and all. I figure the last thing
By Heisenberg Well, if you take your cues from China, it was an inauspicious start to the week. Just one trading day removed from the