The drastic weakening of the yen and its indication of macroeconomic climates: Here.
The results of the CCRA stress test: Here
According to the Treasury Financial Database, the U.S. government ran a $231.7B budget deficit in February 2012. This can be positive or negative depending on which perspectives the figures are examined through: Fiscal YTD, the deficit stands at $580.8B, which is $60.4B smaller than that of the same period last year. However, the $231.7B represents a significant increase YOY from the $222.5B deficit of February 2011. [more]
As Facebook's IPO nears, some worrisome signs have emerged about its growth and ability to sustain such growth. An article on Bloomberg came out today detailing how Facebook's daily page views rose less than 1 percent in the U.S. last month according to ComScore Inc. (SCOR). Page views per day increased 0.3 percent in February from the previous month, while total U.S. visitors fell 2.9 percent, which can be attributed to the fact that February was shorter than January. However, Facebook actually experienced a slight decline in January in daily page views.
Lululemon Athletica (LULU) rose 1.62% today to breach its 52-week high, settling at $72.09. The stock is on fire, up 54.5% YTD, with a 50.8% increase in only a span of three months. Lululemon is white-hot right now, so should you invest in it?
My take: Here.