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
Opinion
Trade creates specialization, efficiency, product improvement and low cost
by Lou Barnes | Sep 3
Opinion
Financial markets are moving fast, and interest rates are still falling
by Lou Barnes | Aug 27
Opinion
Yield curves predicting recessions did so historically and will again at the end of Fed overshoots. The Fed has done no such thing this time
by Lou Barnes | Aug 19
Opinion
The Fed will struggle to explain the need for more interest rate cuts after Wednesday's expected reductionape
by Lou Barnes | Jul 31
The plan is designed to reduce taxpayer risk while creating a more competitive secondary market for mortgages
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 22
Opinion
The dominant shows in progress involve the stock market, the tariff announcement and the possibility of trade war, and a tough week for technology
by Lou Barnes | Mar 23
Opinion
Be their 100-percent mortgage lender
by Lou Barnes | Dec 1
When public policy changes, so should the market ... right?
by Lou Barnes | Nov 17
'The Fed will push up short-term rates, which will exert pressure on long-term ones'
by Lou Barnes | Nov 10
Powell expected to follow in his predecessor's footsteps with a steady approach
The recurrent patterns of booms and busts seem to be no more
by Lou Barnes | Oct 23
The Fed and its history make for an interesting series of events that lead us to where we are today
by Lou Barnes | Oct 20
Opinion
The developed world is borrowed to its capacity, relying on the central bank magic trick of making IOUs disappear
by Lou Barnes | May 26