Friday, November 25, 2011

@AllAmerInvest Demolish profits, Ted Spread Surges, Italy Doink, Home Price Crash

Martin Wolf On The Government's Policy To Demolish Corporate Profits

In his latest FT column, Martin Wolf gets right to the heart of the matter, explaining why you can't simultaneously "cut deficits" and grow an economy at the same time when the private sector has too much debt.

Read more

Treasurys May Feel the December Blues
The past two Decembers, Treasury bonds suffered brutal selloffs as investors showed an increased willingness to buy stocks and other riskier assets. In addition, many companies and municipal governments sold bonds to lock in funding before the turn of the year, competing with the Treasury auctions for cash. The 10-year yield soared 0.50 percentage point in December 2010 and 0.64 percentage point...

All American Investor

TED Spread Keeps Surging Higher As Banks Freak Out About Lending To Each Other

Subscribe to All American Investor
Enter Your Email Address

Italy Is Now Paying Over 7.7% To Borrow For Just 2 Years

Home Prices Crash 62.5% Since September In Chinese 'Ghost Town' Ordos

SocGen: 2012 Looks Like A Repeat Of 2009

Image Expert Shapes Romney (His Hair, Anyway)

Original content Bob DeMarco, All American Investor