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Capital Flight From Emerging Markets Shows Why U.S. Fiscal, Monetary Policy Must Change

Current capital flows out of the emerging nations point to how disjointed the world is today and the central role that the U.S. plays in all world economic decisions.

Fed Misses the Point in Not Raising Its Interest Rate in September: It's the Dollar!

The dollar has weakened following the Federal Reserve's failure to raise interest rates.

Why What U.S. Policymakers Think About the Economy Must Change

The economic model used to design policies beginning in the 1960s no longer applies, and economic thinking and policies need to change to suit the 21st century.

Why the Trans-Pacific Partnership Is a Step in the Right Direction

The Trans-Pacific Pact covers 40% of the world economy. President Obama needs to get Congress to pass it and then expand its ideas to other parts of the world.

As International Capital Flows Continue to Increase, How Will World Financial Markets Adapt?

The past fifty years of global economic and financial growth have surprised and delighted people and have exceeded all expectations -- but you haven't seen anything yet.

Friday's Jobs Report Offers More Evidence Stocks Are Overvalued

Economic data continue to show the U.S. economy is not picking up sufficient steam, and the economic reality doesn't justify current stock market valuations.

Why Quantitative Easing and Fiscal Stimulus Haven't Worked

Quantitative easing adnd government stimulus are not working. Maybe we need some new thinking on the issue.

U.S. Commercial Banking Industry Challenged With Smaller Return on Equity, Fewer Banks

There are fewer smaller banks partly because they cannot keep pace with advances in information technology.

Uncertainty About Fed Rate Hikes Will Continue, Despite Yellen's Speech Thursday

Janet Yellen's speech Thursday sparked hopes for a rate hike by the end of this year, but not that much has changed at the Fed.

The U.S. and China Need to Work Together to Solve the World's Economic Problems

Recent actions and headlines of the major regions, the United States, China, and Europe show that events are drawing them together, hopefully to build the new economic era

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