Global manufacturing sector down, saved by the U.S.

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Growth in the global manufacturing industry continued to slow in June. My GDP-weighted manufacturing PMI for the major economies dropped for the fourth consecutive month to 52.8 from 53.1 in May. Out of 19 countries only three experienced faster growth, while the manufacturing sectors in six countries are now contracting. Read on … […]






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Wealthtrack: Mauboussin – challenging dearly-held investment beliefs

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This week on Wealthtrack, Consuelo Mack talks to a Michael Mauboussin, Chief Investment Strategist of Legg Mason Capital Management. He refers to three main skills that successful investors need: analytical, awareness of behavioral inputs to the market, and contrarionism. […]






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Chart du Jour: Why stocks are turning up again

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Deutsche Bank (via Business Insider) has just published its measure of “surprises” (data beats vs. expectations). The graph is back on the rise, after analysts and investors got uber-pessimistic a few weeks ago. The stock market cottoned onto the better economic picture with little hesitation. […]






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Greece – a threatening scenario looming

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“A collapse of the EMU – perhaps as a consequence of Germany’s refusal to bail out an increasing number of members of the euro zone – would inflict huge costs. When the financial markets become convinced that the EMU will break down, we are likely to see a prolonged period of financial turbulence and an accelerated capital flight from the weaker member countries. A threatening scenario, indeed. But the longer it takes for Greece and some other countries in crisis to be granted an orderly debt restructuring and an exit from the EMU, the higher the bill to be paid,” said Swedish economist Stefan de Vylder in this guest contribution. […]






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Max Keiser: Face to face with Gerald Celente

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In this edition of “On the Edge”, Max Keiser interviews Gerald Celente from TrendsResearch.com. They disciss, among others, how the IMF does business. […]






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Commodities: Are we looking at another bursting bubble?

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This post provides a fascinating graphic on some of the most striking commodity rises over the last decade, and the ones that crashed in 2011. […]






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