What is really fascinating is that a potential new major reorganization at USAirways just barely makes it into the news cycle here any longer. Maybe that makes sense given the number of flights left here, but I bet there would be ramifications no matter. It is also a real change from the past when, as with US . . . → Read More: USAirways and the ’so what’ question
India and Pakistan are slowly reintegrating their economies, through trade and investment. Will we stop at sterile commercial transactions, or can there be more to the engagement of the two countries? Most of us in India think of Pakistan as a country with serious governance problems; we think that India has little to learn . . . → Read More: The genesis of India’s ‘basic structure’ doctrine
Ongoing inflation pressures and China’s investments in the African gold supply chain point to a higher gold price, according to Matt Badiali of Stansberry & Associates. Bullion in all its forms belongs in every portfolio and when it comes to equities, investors have their choice of business models—dividend payers, prospect generators and royalty . . . → Read More: Equities Will Catch Up to Higher Gold Price: Matt Badiali
At 8:30 AM Eastern time, the U.S. government will release its weekly Jobless Claims report. The consensus is that there were 375,000 new jobless claims last week, which would would be 9,000 less than the previous week.
Also at 8:30 AM Eastern time, the Chicago Fed National Activity Index for October will be released, . . . → Read More: Economic Events on April 26, 2012