A Journey Through the Baltimore Ghetto



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A Journey Through the Baltimore Ghetto

Yesterday, investors drove the Dow 258 points — more than 1.5%. But the most interesting financial news concerned tech darling Apple.
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Low Interest Rates Always Lead to Bubbles

Only a chump could reasonably suggest that central banks and governments are on the right path by taking interest rates lower and lower.
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Worse Than 2008

Total losses from debt defaults could be four times US losses in the 2008 crisis. And that is just the beginning.
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About Time Australian Unemployment Climbed Back to 6%

And, right on cue, there it was. Yesterday, the unemployment rate hit 6% again. Didn’t we tell you? Of course we did. As day follows night, the inevitability of it was obvious to anyone not blinded by dreaded optimism.
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The Mad Policy Hurting Banks Worldwide

Australia, for one, does not yet have negative interest rates. And there’s plenty of development happening right here to keep the wider economy ticking along.
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