Go liquid or go bust.
Demographics will increasingly put Japan under intense pressure.
There are only three ways this can go. Will Greece be able to save itself?
The dollar, left for dead only a short while ago, is on a roll, and it looks unstoppable for the foreseeable future.
A violent European future to come: not just from would-be jihadists, but also from other elements within immigrant communities, as well as a frustrated native population.
And why it looks like the dollar will continue to increase its value going forward.
Will demographic trends in many countries around the globe mean a lower standard of living? A TNI video interview with Milton Ezrati.
Greece's future in the eurozone remains foggy. And no matter what moves its new government will make, the road to economic recovery will not be a painless one.
"Any number of headlines could drive prices back above $100 a barrel very quickly, even more rapidly than they have fallen."
The root of the bankers’ problem is straightforward enough: They can't deal directly with the underlying causes of the crises they are called on to manage.
Europe is talking about fundamental reform, again. But will it actually happen?
"The arithmetic is irrefutable, whatever some people would like to believe. There simply is no room in the budget for much else but entitlements."
"The eurozone as it is currently structured looks scheduled for upheaval—at the very least—and perhaps dissolution."
"For all President François Hollande’s sudden action, it is still not clear whether he genuinely wants reform."
Without fundamental fiscal reform, the economies of the European periphery will be weak and increasingly subject to Teutonic domination.
The Eurozone's economic nightmare drags on—and Rome could make it even worse.
"Because every action demanded by circumstances has forced one or another member to sacrifice its narrow interest for a larger European goal, a strong commitment to hold things together and keep the euro intact has played an essential role."
Debt. Deflation. Disaster.
Russia's energy resources are almost more of a weakness than a strength.
Access all of our articles all of the time. Subscribe today: 6 issues for $29.95