Emerging Markets After $18 Trillion Global Equity Wipeout

Emerging Markets After $18 Trillion Global Equity Wipeout

Emerging market stocks trade at record 65% discount to U.S. after $18 trillion global equity wipeout. The global financial rout triggered by the pandemic wiped $18 trillion off global equity markets in the year to date, and emerging markets, in...
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IATA: Airlines Urgently Need $200B In Capital

IATA: Airlines Urgently Need $200B In Capital

Global airlines running out of cash, need government support. Swift government action is needed to help global airlines that are in a desperate situation and running out of cash, the International Air Transport Association warned on a media call on...
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Banks, Big Oil, Boeing Stocks Crashed Spectacularly, Biggest Crash Since Lehman Event

Banks, Big Oil, Boeing Stocks Crashed Spectacularly, Biggest Crash Since Lehman Event

When two black swans collide and third is en route. Folks, it is just warm-up lap. $2.5 Trillion wiped out as world stocks crash most since 2008. Bank of America, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank down 14 percent, British Petroleum crashed...
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Cutting Rates Is Now About As Relevant As Painting A Sinking Ship

Cutting Rates Is Now About As Relevant As Painting A Sinking Ship

The bear market rally probably didn’t persuade anyone the epidemic crisis is over. Nevertheless there are a surprising number of articles saying manufacturing production is recovering rapidly in China – although the weather satellites show rising NOx ...
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Markets Crash In Worst Week Since Lehman Event

Markets Crash In Worst Week Since Lehman Event

Friday’s market performance has traditionally been the weakest, even during the meltup phase ahead of the recent coronacrash, and as such it will probably not come as a surprise that today’s overnight rout which followed the biggest 6-day correctio...
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Alstom is buying Bombardier rail unit for up to $6.7 billion

Alstom is buying Bombardier rail unit for up to $6.7 billion

France’s Alstom SA has agreed to buy the rail division of Canada’s Bombardier Inc for up to 6.2 billion euros ($6.7 billion) to create the world’s No. 2 train manufacturer and better take on Chinese leader CRRC Corp. The cash...
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Gasmaggedon sweeps over global gas market

Gasmaggedon sweeps over global gas market

China’s state-owned gas importers are considering declaring force majeure on LNG imports, which would amplify the turmoil in global gas markets. Shipments of oil and gas are backing up at Chinese ports, which is creating ripple effects across the world....
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India Announces $40 Billion Emergency Fiscal Injection

India Announces $40 Billion Emergency Fiscal Injection

India Announces $40 Billion Emergency Fiscal Injection As Economy Plunges.  India’s economy is rapidly decelerating and could be headed for a financial crisis. As an emergency response to plunging growth rates and falling energy consumption, along with ...
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IMF boss Georgieva says global economy risks return of Great Depression

IMF boss Georgieva says global economy risks return of Great Depression

The head of the International Monetary Fund has warned that the global economy risks a return of the Great Depression, driven by inequality and financial sector instability. Speaking at the Peterson Institute of International Economics in Washington, Kristalin...
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33 Disinformation Schemes

33 Disinformation Schemes

33 Disinformation Schemes Used By Wall Street, Corporate America, & The ZioMedia This is a collection of 33 tactics, instances, misnomers, immortal fake propaganda, and even wrong-doing cropping up ceaselessly on Wall Street, in press releases, in earning...
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Airbus Deliveries Soar To Record High As Boeing’s Fades

Airbus Deliveries Soar To Record High As Boeing’s Fades

A new report from Reuters specifies how Airbus locked in a record number of aircraft deliveries in Dec. to exceed full-year delivery targets while outshining troubled Boeing in becoming the world’s top planemaker. By midnight on New Year’s Eve, A...
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What would real house prices look like in a world without bubbles?

What would real house prices look like in a world without bubbles?

The Great Recession was not caused by a the bursting of a housing bubble, because there was no bubble.  It was caused by tight money supply. Unaffordable housing is the macroeconomic story of our time. It is interesting that housing...
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Secretary of The Treasury Steven Mnuchin Why $1.5 Trillion Cash Have Disappeared

Secretary of The Treasury Steven Mnuchin Why $1.5 Trillion Cash Have Disappeared

Maybe as some kind of Christmas gifts $1.5 Trillion In $100 Bills Have Disappeared from circulation. Last week we reported that something strange was going on at the same time that central banks are injecting $100 billion each month in electronic money to.....
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Goldman Sachs To Admit Guilt, Pay $2 Billion Fine In 1MDB Scandal Settlement

Goldman Sachs To Admit Guilt, Pay $2 Billion Fine In 1MDB Scandal Settlement

Goldman To Admit Guilt, Pay $2BN Fine And Hire Independent Monitor In Historic 1MDB Settlement.  Two weeks ago, Bloomberg reported that Goldman Sachs and the Department of Justice were finally nearing a deal in the federal probe of the Vampire Squid’s...
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Huawei’s phones and networking equipment are now “American-free”

Huawei’s phones and networking equipment are now “American-free”

According to a report from UBS and Fomalhaut Techno Solutions cited by the Wall Street Journal, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro flagship phone contains no American made parts. That isn’t surprising since the manufacturer is banned from its U.S. supply chain by...
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