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Ray Dalio: Expect more QE

The founder of the world’s biggest hedge fund, Ray Dalio, sees another round of US money-printing on the cards.

How Bernie Sanders is bidding to be president of the United States

After decades beating the same socialist drum, Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders could cause problems for Hillary Clinton.

The Fed won’t raise rates this year – and maybe not next year either

Once again, the US Federal Reserve decided against raising interest rates. And they’re unlikely to be going up any time soon. John Stepek explains what that means for your money.

The Fed is 'dread-locked' – any rate rise will be an only child

The fear of making a disastrous policy mistake is keeping the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates, says Dr Peter Warburton.

What will happen as US interest rates rise?

Interest rates have been so low for so long, asset prices are likely to come under pressure.

The rise of the new populism

Political outsiders on both sides of the Atlantic are making waves. Should you be concerned about your money? John Stepek reports.

The “Greenspan put” is 30 years old – it’s time it was retired

Central banks should stay out of the stockmarkets and stick to controlling inflation, says Matthew Lynn. Let the market do whatever it wants.

Will the buck stop here?

The ever strengthening dollar has hit overseas sales for America’s S&P 500 companies.

The Donald trumps the opposition in the polls

Never mind how numerous his critics, Donald Trump has struck a chord with disillusioned voters.

The real reason Janet Yellen doesn't want to raise US interest rates

Instead of rising US interest rates from Fed chief Janet Yellen, you get more money-printing, says Bill Bonner.

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