U.S. Day Ahead: Market selloff adds pressure to Fed decision
Aug. 8 - U.S. stocks took a nosedive Monday putting pressure on the Fed to act in support of the economy when the central bank releases its interest rate decision Tuesday.
BofA fundamentals in tack, but huge risks remain: Bove
Aug. 8 - Rochdale Securities banking analyst Dick Bove says Bank of America's fundamentals are sound, but there are big risks ahead including fallout from mortgages.
In Fed's toolbox, one untested method remains: economist
Aug. 8 - Harvard economist Greg Mankiw says Fed Chairman Bernanke may use a price-level target to spur U.S. economic growth while minimizing fears of Japanese-style hyperinflation.
Dealing with the downgrade
Aug. 8 - Consumers will now have to deal with the consequences of the historic downgrade of U.S. government debt, including likely higher rates on housing loans and credit cards. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Growth and debt risks pile co-ordination pressure on G10
The world's major central banks are under pressure to ease policy to reignite growth and deal with debt. Reuters Insider looks at prospects for more quantitative easing on both sides of the Atlantic.
Inside the News: Relief rally is around the corner: Muller
Aug. 9 - The FTSE is headed for its eighth consecutive day of losses and the DAX goes for its sixth, but a relief rally is likely to come in the next day or two, says Reuters Equities Analyst Richard Muller.
Inside the News: Investors dump risk as panic takes hold
Aug. 9 - More turmoil in store as investors continue to slash risk exposure, and look for policymakers to restore confidence and calm. German exports fall, but less than expected while riots rage in London.
Inside the News: Investors flee risk, European stocks slump
Aug. 9 - European stocks extend their losses on Tuesday morning, with heavyweight energy shares leading the declines as oil prices tumbled on escalating fears about the health of the global economy.
Asian shares nosedive on global woes
Aug. 9 - Asian stock markets plunge as investors dump riskier assets in a global rout triggered by fears that EU and U.S. leaders are failing to tackle debt crises. Toshi Maeda reports.
Hungary and East Europe CDS widen on euro zone crisis
Aug. 9 - CDS spreads on some Eastern European countries have widened as a result of the euro zone crisis, but curves offer some relative value opportunities says Reuters Fixed Income analyst Vincenzo Albano.
Breakingviews: Asian equity sell-off reflects investor fears
Aug. 9 - Asian stocks have woken up to Wall Street's weakness. And while one shouldn't confuse stocks with the economy, a sharp drop in prices, can hurt growth if it causes delays in spending and investing.
China to loosen policy in next three months: AMP Capital
Aug. 9 - Inflation in China has reached a peak and authorities could start loosening policy as soon as October or November, says Shane Oliver of AMP Capital.
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Martin Wheatley: how the FCA will succeed
The CEO of the UK's Financial Conduct Authority, Martin Wheatley, says that changes to industry culture, legal and competition powers are key factors to the success of the organisation.
Economic Update on WBAI Aug 20
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Dragon at the Door
Thunderbird School of Global Management Professor Mary Teagarden, Ph.D., talks 5 August 2011 about competition from China, a topic she will cover at the Houston Professional Speaker Series. http://www.thunderbird.edu
How To Live on a Budget
This video shows how to make a budget and the importance of math in this process. The two minute presentation moves rapidly and so students may need to have it stopped to add in their own expenses and income. Good for most all students. Some ideas are a bit silly.
How to Make a Web Site
This 2:36 long video is about how to create content and make a Web site by using the text editing functions of Word on a computer. It moves slowly and is easy to follow, but the video is dated and the prices have changed. This is a good starter video.
Princess Diana: Mini Bio of the People's Princess
This 4:22 minute video explains the life of Princess Diana and what she was and what she did and her demise.