Written by Econintersect
Econintersect: Google Analytics has given GEI page read counts for each of the 251 most read articles on Global Economic Intersection for the week 31 January through 06 February, inclusive. The top ten are listed after the Read more >>jump.
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Written by Sig Silber
My editor has reminded me to be careful not make an incorrect implication. To be sure, let me say it is NOT the fault of NOAA that the current El Nino is NOT acting like a typical El Nino. (Capitals used to emphasize the double negative.) I am not criticizing NOAA for this most powerful El Nino ever recorded behaving in many ways in CONUS much like a La Nina.
Infographic Of The Day: Valentine's Day Traditions
Valentine's Day traditions have changed since the holiday first began.
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Written by Joe Bongiovanni, Director, The Kettle Pond Institute for Debt-Free Money
Perhaps there were unintended consequences to Lord Adair Turner's post-crisis discovery of the deeply heterodox taboo of what today we call 'public money'. He continues to find something diabolical in the midst of public money, and I can't figure out why. He has given no reason.
Written by Money Metals Exchange
This post is an exclusive interview by Mike Gleason with First Majestic CEO Keith Neumeyer on Metals, Mining, and Manipulation.
08Feb2016 Market Close: Major Averages End Session Over One Percentage Point Down, Crude Steady, Gol
08Feb2016 Market Update: Averages Off Over Two Percentage Points, Crude Trading Lower In The High 29
08Feb2016 Pre-Market Commentary: Oil Prices Falling, SPY Down One Percent, US Futures Sliding, Europ
Average gasoline prices fell 6.2 cents per gallon nationwide this past week following the previous week's 3.3 cent decrease.