JPMorgan Estimates Up To $316 Billion In Forced Month-End Selling

JPMorgan Estimates Up To $316 Billion In Forced Month-End Selling

In one of latest Flows and Liquidity reports, JPM quant Nick Panigirtzoglou writes that as we approach quarter-end, the equity rebalancing flow question is resurfacing in client conversations. As we notes, “the equity rally and the bond sell-off during the...
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Melvin Capital Lost A Stunning $7 Billion In January

Melvin Capital Lost A Stunning $7 Billion In January

It started the year with about $12.5 billion and now runs more than $8 billion. The current figure includes $2.75 billion in emergency funds Citadel LLC, its partners and Mr. Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management injected into the hedge fund last...
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The FED’s binary choice

The FED’s binary choice

The FED has a binary choice: preserve America’s global hegemony or further enrich the billionaires. And the Khazarian Criminal Organisation can’t get both. Khazarian Criminal Organisation will fail as a result of three dynamics: diminishing retur...
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The Probability of a Stocks and Some Commodities Markets Crash in 2021: 97% (0.97)

The Probability of a Stocks and Some Commodities Markets Crash in 2021: 97% (0.97)

I publicly predicted market crashes: October 1998, spring 2000 dot .com bubble, 2008 MBS scam/crisis, spring 2020 market meltdown. Now I publicly predict the heavy market crash of 2021. I will publish the exact timing just in tight advance (as...
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Global Investment Banks Rake In $125 Billion In Underwriting Fees

Global Investment Banks Rake In $125 Billion In Underwriting Fees

The global capital markets business, such as equity and debt sales, has erupted during the pandemic, comes at a time when central banks have never been so dovish as asset valuations are considered “stretched.” Since March, global monetary authoriti...
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Galloping Inflation Trend – U.S. Money Supply M1

Galloping Inflation Trend – U.S. Money Supply M1

Galloping–inflation of the U.S. dollar is now becoming obvious to a growing cohort of investors. It is driven by factors on both sides of bank balance sheets, with evidence that large depositors are reducing their term deposits and increasing their...
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BoJ Is Now The Biggest Owner Of Japanese Stocks

BoJ Is Now The Biggest Owner Of Japanese Stocks

Bank Of Japan Is Now The Biggest Owner Of Japanese Stocks With $434 Billion Portfolio. The combination of a state-run institution, the BOJ, and the country’s representative public pension fund, the GPIF, buying up local equities feels distorted. The Japanif...
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Central Bank Of Uzbekistan Introduces Parallel Currency: Gold

Central Bank Of Uzbekistan Introduces Parallel Currency: Gold

Since November 2020, the central bank of Uzbekistan (CBU) issues sealed gold bars with a QR-code for real time verification. With these new bars CBU aims to stimulate gold to be used as a store of value, as well as promote...
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China held a $1.5 million lottery to test a new digital fiat currency

China held a $1.5 million lottery to test a new digital fiat currency

  China is taking its digital fiat currency tests to a new level by giving away more than 10 million yuan ($1.5 million) in a new lottery. The state-run People’s Bank of China gave 50,000 randomly selected citizens a “red packet” worth...
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ECB Trademarks “Digital Euro”, Is Preparing a Digital Currency Launch

ECB Trademarks “Digital Euro”, Is Preparing a Digital Currency Launch

Although commercial banks have shown fanatical opposition to all digital currencies, the ECB is now the leader. As the world obsesses over Trump’s taxes or whether or not he is using oxygen during his covid hospitalization, the biggest overhaul in...
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The FED Is Preparing To Deposit “Digital Dollars” Directly To “Each American”

The FED Is Preparing To Deposit “Digital Dollars” Directly To “Each American”

Legislation has proposed that each American have an account at the FED in which digital dollars could be deposited, as liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks, which could be used for emergency payments. Over the past decade, the one common...
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QE Is Causing A Security Shortage

QE Is Causing A Security Shortage

Between September of 2019 and today, the Fed increased the size of the SOMA portfolio from $3.56 trillion to $6.2 trillion, an increase of $2.64 trillion. And although the Fed effectively absorbed roughly the same amount of net new Treasurys issued by...
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Banks Are Evading U.S. Derivatives Rules by Making Trades at Foreign Subsidiaries

Banks Are Evading U.S. Derivatives Rules by Making Trades at Foreign Subsidiaries

On May 30, with little mainstream media attention, four European academics published a report on how some of the largest Wall Street banks (all of whom received massive amounts of secret Federal Reserve bailout money during the 2007 to 2010...
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Fed Extends Emergency Lending Programs Through End Of Year

Fed Extends Emergency Lending Programs Through End Of Year

US stock prices are at record highs and credit spreads near record lows amid hopes and prayers for the v-shaped recovery which has already sent US macro surprise data soaring. But, it appears The Fed is not buying the bounce...
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Hedge Fund Flows Are All That Matter

Hedge Fund Flows Are All That Matter

Hedge Fund Flows Are All That Matter, New Study Finds. With every passing day, the bizarre central banks orchestrated freakshow that was once known as the “market” gets even more bizarre. And we use the term “market” in its loosest, l...
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