UFC: NatGas vs. the Neutron

Because of the NYTimes article last week there is heightened new interest across Pennsylvania over radiation in the fracking water being used in Marcellus Shale development.  Just saying that we mentioned the whole radiation in shale issue here just over a year ago. So clearly some folks are not surprised by this.  So why is . . . → Read More: NatGas vs. the Neutron

Endgame: The End of the Debt SuperCycle and How It Changes Everything

I won’t hold it against my readers if they find that macroeconomics is complicated and that the course and solution of the financial crisis (let alone the road ahead) seem to constitute a very complex system of processes. Indeed, if this is the case it is obviously because it is and this is precisely . . . → Read More: Endgame: The End of the Debt SuperCycle and How It Changes Everything

Economic Events on March 7, 2011

At 3:00 PM EST, the Consumer Credit report for January will be released.  The consensus estimate is that there will be an increase of $2.5 billion in the consumer credit available from December to January, after an increase of $6.1 billion last month.

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