At Forbes.com, Steve Forbes says Obama’s new regulations have escalated his war on prosperity.
In the WSJ, Jeffrey Sparshott writes weak retail sales don’t bode well for first-quarter economic growth.
In the WSJ, Riva Gold and Mike Bird report earnings reports are worrying investors.
MarketWatch reports on moves by the People’s Bank of China, possibly in connection with Rueff disciple Michel Camdessus, which may be meant, in the long game, to unseat world dollar hegemony in favor of either a super-sovereign or distributed reserve currency.
In The Pulse, Frank Cannon asks if the GOP candidates are going for gold.
In Time, Chris Edwards explains how our tax code is crippling America.
Dan Mitchell explains what the Panama papers reveal on taxes.