Ever since the credit market crisis in 2008, the world has been in an extraordinary period of central bank intervention. As QE3 comes to an end, analysts are looking to a return to normal. But what is normal?
A gnat-sized insect, the Asian citrus psyllid, forced Dean Mixon to replace about 1,000 orange trees in the past two years on the 50-acre Florida farm his grandfather started in the 1930s. The bug spreads a disease called citrus greening.