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Inflation Surprises Are Bad Even When They're Good

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The unpredictability of rising prices is what confounds businesses, consumers and the Fed.

Case For Recession Weakens

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What a recession might mean for the stock market.

The Bond Market's Yield Curve Has Lost Its Way

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An inversion has preceded every recession since the 1950s, but this time a downturn may not be inevitable.

Rate Hikes Are Not The Right Answer To 'Wage-Price Persistence'

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There is no actual evidence that demand, rather than cost, have caused non-energy, non-food price increases.

Past Is Not Prologue

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Financial analysts and portfolio managers are still expecting the world of tomorrow to resemble the world of the past.

Looking Back At The Markets In July And Ahead To August

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July was a surprisingly good month for financial markets.

Rich Bernstein Derides Tech, Calls Energy Best Sector For Next 5 Years

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The strategist sees a profits recession and believes the growth stock rally is a “head fake.”

Stock Investors Better Hope A Recession Has Started

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Equity declines of more than 20% that were not followed by recessions within four months were much worse for investors.

You Won't Like What Comes After Inflation

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The post-inflation new normal could look a lot like the low-growth hole the U.S. was in for years.

Fiscal Policy Should Return To Fundamentals

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Monetary and fiscal policy needs to take place gradually if we are to avoid an epic recession.

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