Will Detroit Set a Wave of City Bankruptcies?

Bloomberg Economic Editor Michael McKee examines whether Detroit’s bankruptcy will unleash a wave of municipal filings as cities shoulder massive debts and pension obligations.

What’s Left After Detroit Bankruptcy?

What’s Left After Detroit Bankruptcy? A look at what might be recoverable following the city’s declaration of bankruptcy.

Shocking Truths About the Labor Market and Stock Market Outlook

A look at the true US labor market and unemployment numbers, GDP vs. the S&P/DOW, and stock market outlook for both U.S. and Canadian stocks.

Detroit Bankruptcy: Disaster Decades in the Making

Bloomberg Economics Editor Michael McKee digs deeper into the number behind Detroit’s bankruptcy and looks at what comes next for the city.

The 8 Biggest Municipal Bankruptcies Ever

On the occasion of the city of Detroit filing for bankruptcy, a quick look at the eight biggest municipal bankruptcies in U.S. history.

Male Labor Force Participation: The Collapse of Jobs for Working-Age Men

In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu displays the drop off in employment for American males age 25-54.

What’s Bernanke’s Forecast for U.S. Economy?

What’s Bernanke’s Forecast for U.S. Economy? Examining the main economic data watched by the Fed in its criteria for determining changes in monetary policy

Why China Is Stalling on Clean Energy

Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Justin Wu reports that China’s clean energy investment may slow to $49 billion in 2013. He speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move Asia.”

The Truth About the Canadian Housing Market

An in-depth look at the Canadian housing market including Canadian real estate outlook, affordability issues, trends, and the affect of interest rates. Also we take a brief look at the current US bull market in relation to past bull markets.

Aequitas Innovations and the Mother of All Bubbles

Ivan Lo on Aequitas Innovations, Canada’s newest proposed stock exchange that’s about to challenge the TSX and TSX Venture, and the mother of all bubbles.

Renters vs. Homeowners in the United States

Renters vs. Homeowners in the United States: Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu looks at the surge in Americans choosing to rent instead of owning a home.

Is the U.S. Facing the Mother of All Bubbles?

The mother of all bubbles? In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Scarlet Fu displays the gap between GDP and the Fed fund rate that suggests a coming bubble.