Opinion
The European Central Bank's move to stimulate the European economy set President Trump into a tizzy. Here's why his tweets don't make any sense
by Lou Barnes | Sep 13
Opinion
Markets preoccupied with tariffs and are trading on Brexit, and they really shouldn’t bother
by Lou Barnes | Sep 6
International turmoil is going to affect us sooner or later
by Lou Barnes | Sep 12
Investors can sell, but will they buy mortgage-backed securities?
by Lou Barnes | Jan 23
Overseas cash running scared into US bonds and mortgages
by Lou Barnes | Dec 12
Strong dollar could crush US exports, wages and borrowers
by Lou Barnes | Nov 7
If Europe does not save itself, Fed will be fighting deflation again
by Lou Barnes | Oct 10
Expect dramatic action by the European Central Bank next week
by Lou Barnes | Aug 29
Minutes show chaotic disagreement on how to tighten
by Lou Barnes | Jul 11
Long-term interest rates staying in new range after surprise drop
by Lou Barnes | Jun 6
Weaker euro would benefit buyers paying in dollars, yen and renminbi
by OPP Connect | Jun 6
Bond investors are not idiots, so stick with the simplest answer
by Lou Barnes | May 30
Flattening of housing sector just one drag on the recovery
by Lou Barnes | May 9
Unemployment, down payment requirements keeping pent-up homebuyer demand in check
by Lou Barnes | Mar 7
If European Central Bank embarks on QE, expect US interest rates and stocks to skyrocket
by Lou Barnes | Feb 7