Monthly Archives: October 2015

Europe’s Market Gift, With Hints of More Quantitative Easing

If there is one thing that central bankers and politicians have proven over and over since the Great Recession, it is that they will do almost whatever they can get away with to steer the economy and the financial markets higher.


More Deflation in the Air via CPI

September’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) was weak enough that consumers can consider it deflationary.

Have the Biggest US Banks Really Been Nationalized Already?

Dick Bove, who covers the banking sector for Rafferty Capital Markets, was predicting which banks might do better this earnings season.