Big ROI or propping up a dictator?
“It’s literally a vote of confidence around some of the pro-growth policies that he has been outlining…”
Surprisingly, many investors prefer to make money
Signals and investments.
Durable goods drop in November.
Get ready for the exodus.
Come on in, the water’s fine!
“The Keystone fight of the east: ‘we have to do everything we can to keep fossil fuels in the ground.’”
Er, about that…
On Friday, I mentioned that it seems that the odyssey of fail that was the Obama administration’s commitment to “investing” …
Any takers? No?
“So excuse us, Mr. President, for our lack of enthusiasm for your new jobs program. Here in Chattanooga we’re still reeling from your old one.”
Living up to the hype is hard.
Core business investment up?
Business as usual.
The beatings will continue until morale improves.
“Investing,” a.k.a., spending.
This is getting really old.
Wow, Obama’s “investments” are just doing so much for the taxpayers’ portfolio!
Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself.
Beautiful. Emphasis mine:
A competitive business environment is just as essential to innovation as well-functioning markets. In the enterprise states study, …
Recipients include already-bailed-out General Motors.
… regulatory adventurism, among other ambiguities.
Is there a “dislike” button yet?
“I can’t think of a single celebrity whose political opinion I value.”
“Sometimes they produce fast”