Jeremy Siegel says you should still bet on stocks for the long run as market will overcome inflation

Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel's 1994 book, "Stocks for the Long Run," chronicled almost 200 years of investing in stocks and bonds. It contained groundbreaking research on the long-term...

Jeremy Siegel says you should still bet on stocks for the long run as market will overcome inflation

Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel's 1994 book, "Stocks for the Long Run," chronicled almost 200 years of investing in stocks and bonds. It contained groundbreaking research on the long-term...

Bosnia election expected to re-legitimize a failing system

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — Bosnia’s general election should be about the fight against rampant corruption and helping the country’s ailing economy. But at a time when Russia has a strong...

Energy crisis sires new European order: a strong Italy and ailing Germany

By Francesca Landini and Christoph Steitz MILAN/FRANKFURT - In the weeks after Russia's invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, Claudio Descalzi, CEO of Italian energy major Eni, embarked on a whirlwind...

New federal prisons chief vows to fix troubles, regain trust

WASHINGTON (AP) — The new director of the federal Bureau of Prisons vowed Thursday that “the buck stops with me” when it comes to fixing the crisis-plagued agency, ticking off a list of top...

Analysis-U.S. has no appetite to intervene on behalf of falling pound, yen

By David Lawder WASHINGTON - The financial turmoil emanating from Britain and Japan is not yet enough to prompt the U.S. Treasury to intervene to buoy the battered pound or yen, with officials...

Bulgaria to hold election overshadowed by war in Ukraine

SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) — Bulgarians will go to the polls for the fourth time in less than two years in a general election overshadowed this time by the war in Ukraine, rising energy costs and...

Multipolar World Order

Multipolar World Order – Part 2 Authored by Iain Davis via Off-Guardian.org, In Part 1, we discussed the nature of “world order” and global governance. We learned the crucial...

Taiwan central bank says it will not adopt foreign exchange control measures

TAIPEI -Taiwan's central bank said on Wednesday it will not adopt foreign exchange control measures and that foreign exchange management measures are enough to maintain financial market...

Why Is Dassai On Every Japanese Restaurant’s Sake Menu?

A super-popular sake brand Dassai accounted for 17% of the total sake export in 2021. The success stems from its novel production system that combines tradition and science as well as its...

Will Bed Bath & Beyond sink like Sears or rise like Best Buy?

The company has been on a rollercoaster of crises, including a meme-stock rise and crash. Its latest financial report comes Thursday.

Will Bed Bath & Beyond sink like Sears or rise like Best Buy?

Bed Bath & Beyond is working on yet another turnaround after a series of crises and missteps. Bed Bath &amps Beyond has been in trouble for several years. The company has been through a number of...

UN envoy says return to war in Yemen “real”

CAIRO (AP) — The U.N. envoy for Yemen warned that the risk of a return to fighting “is real,” urging warring parties to accept a longer extension of the current ceasefire due to expire next month....

Central banks have prepared a recipe for monetary overkill and liquidity crises

While bankers are keen not to repeat 1970s mistakes, the financial environment and debt burdens are different now

Top Pakistan diplomat urges flood aid, patience with Taliban

WASHINGTON (AP) — Pakistan's foreign minister says the international community should work with Afghanistan's ruling Taliban, not against it, when it comes to combatting foreign extremist groups...

Does Labour have a route out of Britain’s rolling crises?

As a currency crisis joins the cost of living crisis in the UK, Labour has taken a 17-point poll lead. Peter Walker reports from the party’s conference in Liverpool When Liz Truss took over from...

How Businesses Are Preparing For A Crisis As Hurricane Ian Heads Toward Florida

Some crises, such as Hurricane Ian that is now heading towards Florida, provide more time for businesses to prepare than others. What companies do before the storm hits the state and how they do...

Older people left out as UN speeches repeatedly invoke young

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — One after another, the world’s presidents and prime ministers came to warn of their countries’ trials and tout their triumphs. But one of the biggest issues in either column...

Riotsville, U.S.A. is a window onto the bizarre beginnings of police militarization

Riotsville, U.S.A. spotlights the surprising tactics that were used to help police forces militarize in the 1960s. | Magnolia Pictures How the director of an astonishing new documentary...

Three Lessons Learned From Cancer About Crisis Leadership

These three lessons can help you to face crises head-on and make it through to the other side.

Beware Of The Stock Market's "Witching Season"

Beware Of The Stock Market's "Witching Season" Authored by John Butler via Fortune & Freedom, In the September edition of The Fleet Street Letter Monthly Alert, sent to subscribers at...

Billionaires get too much credit for philanthropy

Amanda Northrop/Vox The ultrawealthy are donating more than ever. That doesn’t mean the rest of us are giving less. Over the past two decades, fewer and fewer Americans have given to...

Italy gets new tranche of EU funds as dust settles from vote

ROME (AP) — The European Commission signed off Tuesday on the next 21-billion-euro ($20.2 billion) tranche of Italy’s pandemic recovery funds, a welcome infusion that comes amid questions about...

What is Kwasi Kwarteng really up to? One answer: this is a reckless gamble to shrink the state

In the US they call it ‘starving the beast’ – cut taxes and, as revenue decreases, you create irresistible pressure for austerityMarkets have delivered a devastating judgment on Kwasi Kwarteng’s...

New Cosmos whitepaper repurposes ATOM token and refines vision

Interoperability-focused blockchain network Cosmos has dropped a new whitepaper proposing a revamped Cosmos Hub aimed at strengthening interoperability and security, along with key changes to its...

Bored Apes, Moonbirds to feature on NFT-customized Mastercard debit cards

Mastercard has launched customizable nonfungible token (NFT) debit cards, allowing some cardholders who own avatars from select NFT collections to add the artwork onto the payment's card. The...

What will happen to Bitcoin and Ethereum if traditional markets break?

Michael J. Burry, the financial wizard who was portrayed in the movie "The Big Short", is known for predicting crises. For instance, his investment fund made billions from the 2008 housing crash,...

Leading economies sliding into recession as Ukraine war cuts growth, finds OECD

OECD says energy and inflation crises sparked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine cuts growth by more than previously forecast. Heavy dependency on expensive gas for heavy industry and home heating...

Leading economies sliding into recession as Ukraine war cuts growth, finds OECD

OECD says energy and inflation crises sparked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine cuts growth by more than previously forecast. Heavy dependency on expensive gas for heavy industry and home heating...

The world economy has an ominous August 2007 kind of feeling

August 2007 was, on the surface, a fine month for the U.S. and global economy. Unemployment was low. The stock market had a few bumpy days, but nothing too dramatic.Why it matters: Many consider...

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