Economic Forecasting

  1. TIPS: Deflated Expectations, Inflated Opportunity?

    Prices for U.S. Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS) suggest inflation ...
  2. India Economics: A Young Population with Technologically-Driven ...

    Learn about prospective growth trends in India, the world's second most populous ...
  3. Do Presidential Politics Impact Markets?

    If you're wondering whether Republican presidents are better for markets than Democrats, ...
  4. Diversification Pays While Low Inflation Stays

    Find out why neither rising rates nor rising defaults would spell the end of opportunistic, ...
  5. A Window of Opportunity for Emerging Market Assets

    This week’s chart shows why we are in a sweet spot for emerging market (EM) assets ...
  6. Thoughts from John Hussman on Markets

    Find out what famed market forecaster John Hussman, who correctly called the 200 ...
  1. Brexit Weighs on Moody’s UK Debt Rating Decision

    Brexit will keep Moody's review of the UK's credit rating in a holding pattern.
  2. Buffett Hangs Up on AT&T, Bites Into Apple (T, ...

    It's a bit surprising Buffett would give up AT&T's generous yield of almost 5% for ...
  3. India Economics: A Young Population with Technologically-Driven ...

    Learn about prospective growth trends in India, the world's second most populous ...
  4. Citigroup Cuts U.S. Growth Forecast

    After the recently published IMF forecast report, major banks like Citigroup are ...
  5. Why Investors are Bailing on Japanese Stocks

    Foreign investors have pulled out of Japanese equities to the tune of $46 billion ...
  6. How to Play a Sideways Market (XIV)

    Dennis Gartman doesn't believe the market will be a raging bull or vicious bear. ...
  1. Investopedia Forex Outlook For February 2013

    The global economy is on relatively solid footing, after U.S. markets rose thanks ...
  2. Investopedia's Forex Outlook For January 2013

    Here's a look at current and upcoming events that may influence the forex markets. ...
  3. Investopedia's Forex Outlook For December 2012

    Here's a look at current and upcoming events that may influence the FX markets.
  4. Investopedia's Forex Outlook For November 2012

    Here's a look at current and upcoming events that may influence the FX markets.
  1. How can I use a regression to see the correlation between prices and interest rates?

    Learn how to use linear regression to calculate the correlation between stock prices and interest rates by taking the square ...
  2. What are some of the limitations of run rates?

    Understand what a run rate is and why a company would look to calculate it. Learn about the various limitations of relying ...
  3. What are some real-life examples of the 80-20 rule (Pareto Principle) in practice?

    Learn about the origins of the 80-20 rule and understand how it is applied in different areas including business, economics ...
  4. How do I calculate production costs in Excel?

    Find out about ways to use Excel to simplify production cost calculation and some sources of good templates and tips for ...
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