Since our last global market overview post, Brazil and Spain have both come off their upper trading range band. Other global indices continue to look overbought, with momentum and breadth easing over the past few trading days.
The ISM Manufacturing Index came out at the beginning of the month and offers a dim view of the next three months for US manufacturing as well as for stocks. The key data we [...]
Many economists expect catastrophic consequences if any country exits the euro. However, during the past century sixty-nine countries have exited currency areas with little [...]
The UK’s economy is increasingly beginning to resemble how it looked prior to the financial crisis – this is not healthy and leaves the UK vulnerable to a repeat [...]