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Trannies Trounced, Credit Clobbered, Bonds Bid With Both Hands & Feet

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 10/01/2014 16:09

Well that escalated quickly. It appears “bad-news-is-bad-news” once again as ADP was the only saving grace and was just not bad enough to be good (or good enough to comfort escape-velocity-believers). For the 3rd day in a row, stocks saw an opening dump, European close pump, [...]

Reader Question on a Credit-Based Society: Can Interest Ever Be Repaid?

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / September 30, 2014

Reader Mike wonders how interest can ever be repaid in a credit-based economy.

Hi Mish,

I wonder if you would be able to comment on this from Bill Gross in For Wonks Only:

“A credit-based financial economy (as opposed to pure cash) depends on an [...]

China In A Nutshell

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/29/2014 22:52

We have explained the complications of China’s monetary policy efforts, trade-financing shenanigans,‘peculiarly stable’ headline macro data in the face of collapsing real data, and the ‘hangover’ effect ofChina’s seemingly-terrified-for-reality-to-peek-through credit injections… but sometimes, a brief 30 second clip is all that is needed to explain just how [...]

Despite Late-Day Buying Panic, Stocks Close Red

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/29/2014 16:06

Heavy volume and volatile price action early in stocks and high-yield credit markets subsided later in the day as despite several big stocks in the red, the indices jammed higher in the last hour desparate to get positive (on terrible volume) but failed. Treasury yields fell [...]

Peak Debt—-Why The Keynesian Money Printers Are Done

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by David Stockman / September 26, 2014

Bloomberg has a story today on the faltering of Draghi’s latest scheme to levitate Europe’s somnolent socialist economies by means of a new round of monetary juice called TLTRO—–$1.3 trillion in essentially zero cost four-year funding to European banks on the condition that [...]

High-Yield Credit’s Worst Week In 15 Months Sends Stocks Sliding

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/26/2014 16:07

This week’s 35bps rise in high-yield credit spreads (or ~10%) is the worst since at least June of last year and anxiety spread through other asset-classes appropriately as cheap-buyback-funding and liquidity concerns weighed on all equities – most aggressively small caps. The Russell 2000 is down [...]

I Know — Let’s Screw Some More Poor People!

thedailysheeple.com / Karl Denninger, Market Ticker / September 16th, 2014

When are you folks in the black community going to do something about this ******* in the Oval Orifice that keeps using your orifices as playthings for his policies?

The Obama administration is moving to ease access to student loans for parents with damaged [...]

Outflows Signal High Yield Credit Concerns Remain; Deals Pulled, Potential Downgrades Surge

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/12/2014 15:25

The high-yield credit market remains stressed. An active week ended poorly as a heavy pipeline saw Vistaprint pull its deal citing “market conditions” as perhaps both a re-awakening of liquidity fears (Fed hawkishness concerns), price/spread moves, potential downgrades soar, and outflows signal the flashing red light [...]

What Will It Mean To You?

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Bill Holter / September 4th, 2014

Occasionally I receive comments from readers that are suggestive of topics to cover. Below is a comment I received a few days ago and I believe timely. I say “timely” because after all, sooner or later we will get to the situation described. [...]

Great Graphic: Periphery Runs C/A Surplus, but Problems Remain

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / August 27, 2014

This Great Graphic was tweeted by Mark Yusko. He got from Credit Suisse Research, who drew on Thomson Reuters data. It shows the current account balance of the four main European peripheral countries on a 12-month rolling basis over the last several years.

Before the [...]

As Chinese Credit Plummets US Stocks Soar On Hopes Of More PBOC Easing; But Is Conventional Wisdom Again Wrong?

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 08/13/2014 22:19

For those who are perplexed why today stocks soared despite a renewed battery of horrendous economic results, the answer lies in China, where overnight the PBOC reported that July aggregate credit creation (aka Total Social Financing), at least the “as reported” variety, plunged by the most ever, [...]

They’re Back – Credit Default Swaps for the Next Generation

armstrongeconomics.com / Martin Armstrong / August 13, 2014

Just when you thought the bankers learned their lesson, sorry, They’re Back! Here we go again with bankers creating the next generation of credit-default-swaps. Bankers should just be bankers. Creating products destined to blow up when they are the market-makers is just nuts. Now JPMorgan Chase [...]

The Credit Bubble’s “Final Frontier” – Meet Goldman’s Fixed Income Global Structured Covered Obligation

libertyblitzkrieg.com / Michael Krieger / Aug 11, 2014

Fixed Income Global Structured Covered Obligation. Say that three times fast.

According to yesterday’s Wall Street Journal, the bailed out financial criminals at Goldman Sachs are set to launch the latest and greatest toxic derivative product directly into the portfolios of willing muppets [...]

The Panic Of August 2007: Seven Years After The Money Markets Fractured, The Fed Still Adheres To An Outmoded Monetarist Paradigm

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider / August 11, 2014

It is hard to believe that this past weekend marked the seventh anniversary of the paradigm shift in global financial function. Everything that has occurred in the years since can be traced to those days in August 2007 when money markets broke [...]

More Economic Madness in Japan

“Sloshed as I am…” – Shinzo Abe devises housing policy after the third bottle of Sake (Photo credit: Yuya Shino / Reuters)

acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / August 6, 2014

Same Old, Only More Of It

We sometimes try to imagine how Shinzo Abe and his cadre of economic planners are coming [...]

Argentina – Deadbeat State Goes on the Attack

Alejandro Vanoli, president of Argentina’s market regulator Comision Nacional de Valores , the authority now tasked with a faux “investigation” into the holdouts (Photo credit: Reuters / Enrique Marcarian)

acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / August 5, 2014

Argentina Wants to Investigate Holdouts for “Insider Trading”

In a way this is really [...]

Euro Area Credit and Money Supply

acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / August 5, 2014

Loans to the Private Sector Keep Declining, Money Supply Growth Slows

We want to briefly update the most important credit and monetary data of the euro area, which we last briefly discussed in March (see: “Overview of Recent Monetary Trends”, which focused however more [...]

CDS Triggered: ISDA Confirms Argentina Credit Event Took Place

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 08/01/2014 12:00

Moments ago ISDA, which yesterday was queried whether a CDS-triggering credit event had taken place in Argentina, made a ruling. Here it is:

The Americas [Determinations Commitee] met on August 1, 2014 and resolved that a Failure to Pay Credit Event in relation to the [...]

5 Things To Ponder: The Interest Rate Conundrum

streettalklive.com / Lance Roberts / 01 August 2014

After several months of quite complacency, investors were woken up Thursday by a sharp sell off driven by concerns over potential rising inflationary pressures, rising credit default risk and weak undertones to the economic data flows. One of the primary threats that has been readily dismissed by [...]

“Markets In Turmoil” Russell 2000 Plunges Most In Over 2 Years, Dow Down For 2014

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 07/31/2014 16:05

The deer is back…

Stocks finally snapped and caught down to high-yield credit’s warnings. The worst day for the Dow in 6 months, smashing through its 50- and 100-day moving-average. The Russell 2000 was worst on the day to end July down over 6% – [...]