Money and Business

The Wall Street Journal – November 18, 2017

Emerging market bonds are showing signs of stress, fresh evidence that investor interest in some of the world’s riskiest debt may be cooling down after a long rally.

What yesterday looked “frisky,”

Today, seems rather “risky.”




Business Insider – Novembe 7, 2017

Snap Inc’s stock plunged in after-hours trading on Tuesday after the company reported a disastrous third-quarter report that revealed widespread weakness throughout the business just nine months after its splashy debut on the public markets.

Disappearing IMAGES is the appeal of SNAP,

NOT disappearing MARKET CAP.


The Wall Street Journal – November 8, 2017

Tired of 30-minute slogs, some companies are devising strict guidelines to speed up office discussions.

 “Get to the point”. Ban the “bleating.”

What you get: the “Twitterization” of meetings.


The Wall Street Journal – November 2, 2017

The big three U.S. light-lager  brands – Bud light, Coors light and Miller light – are all losing volume as consumers shift to craft and Mexican import beers as well as to wine and spirits.

LIGHT beer sales are “downdrafty'”

As millennials get “CRAFTY.”


The  Wall  Street Journal – October 23, 2017

Volumes of collateralized loan obligations, which slice and dice risky, leveraged bank loans, hit a record so far this year.

CLOs, CDOs are back in the loop,

For those who enjoy toxic alphabet soup.