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Unwilling to accept the inevitable collateral damage, the Fed will declare an early victory over the foe to whose existence it indispensably contributed.
What the April draw in Canadian natural gas inventories may presage for the cost of living in the Lower 48 and the fortunes of a Grant’s pick-to-click.
The little-known sources of high energy prices.
Slumping asset prices, rising interest rates, a warring Europe and a locked-down China spell trouble for a worldwide luxury-goods purveyor.
For bondholders who reinvest their coupon income, there’s something to be said for rising interest rates.
The monetary sleuths fail to mention their own contribution to a very big problem.