The market may have sold off more after the Supreme Court's decision on universal healthcare today, but it was down anyways, says Joshua Brown. Spanish bond yields and Germany's employment numbers meant a risk-off day regardless.
With the labor force soon starting to shrink dramatically because of the lagged effect of the collapse of birth rates in the early 1990s, Stefan Karlsson believes that most, if not all, Eastern European countries will grow old before they grow rich.
Germany's Angela Merkel made her most forceful comments yet on the possibility of providing shared eurobonds and an FDIC-like guarantee for bank deposits. The Reformed Broker composes a poem in honor of the occasion.