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Eurozone Inflation Drops To Fresh 5 Year Low, EURUSD Tumbles

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 09/30/2014 06:14 -0400

Anyone confused why futures are doing their best to surge in the overnight session, the answer is simple: first it was Japan reporting the latest batch of atrocious economic data, which an hour ago was followed by Europe own abysmal econofreakshow, where Eurostat just reported that [...]

The Escape Velocity Delusion: Running Out Of “Next Year”

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider / September 26, 2014

Reflections upon the past few years bring out valid criticisms about “being wrong.” I have made no secret that I favor the bearish interpretation of eventually the stock market, but immediately the economy. The erosion and attrition I describe does not look like [...]

Housing “Recovery” – RIP

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / September 26th, 2014

According to the MSM, yesterday’s equity plunge was due to the Russians considering counter-sanctions against the West. I mean, how pathetic can the propaganda get – as if such actions, if indeed taken would “surprise” anyone? Alternatively, any financial professional would look at charts like [...]

Did Canadian Government’s Famous Budget Cuts Rely on Loose Money?

mises.ca / by Robert P. Murphy / September 23rd, 2014

The progressive Keynesians don’t like the “conservative love affair” with Canada. In particular, they are pushing back against the people who are pointing to the Canadian government’s budget-slashing starting in the mid-1990s as an example of “fiscal austerity” that did not plunge an [...]

IPO Fever on Wall Street

acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / September 23, 2014

IPOs and Secondaries Surge

Alibaba’s IPO last week – which amounted to $21 billion in value – was the biggest in history. It was also wildly successful, as the stock surged by 38% on its first trading day. However, the US IPO market was already [...]

This Is How Italy “Fixes” Its Unsustainable Debt Problem

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 09/22/2014 08:06 -0400

Earlier today, Morgan Stanley released a report titled “Debtflation – One Shock Away?”, which we will review more in depth shortly, but here is the gist: “Because public (and private) sector leverage is very high in parts of [Europe], this unstable situation is better [...]

Inside Today’s Inventory Report—-Signs Of Fading GDP Growth

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider / September 10, 2014

The wholesale trade figures still confound both the “rebound” narrative and the drastic revisions of GDP made in July. The broader context of wholesale trade remains as it has been since early 2013, as although growth appears to be increasing it is doing so at [...]

US has Lost 1.4 Million Full Time Jobs Since 2008, Thanks To The Fed

wolfstreet.com / By Lee Adler, The Wall Street Examiner / September 8, 2014

Let’s cut to the chase: There were 1,446,000 fewer people working full time in August 2014 than in August 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics household survey (CPS).

That’s after an increase of 210,000 full-time jobs in August. That’s [...]

If The Economy Is Recovering, Why Is The Labor Force Participation Rate At A 36 Year Low?

theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder / September 7th, 2014

Should we be concerned that the percentage of Americans that are either working or looking for work is the lowest that it has been in 36 years? In August, an all-time record high 92,269,000 Americans 16 years of age and older did not “participate [...]

3 Things Worth Thinking About (Vol. 7)

streettalklive.com / Lance Roberts / 04 September 2014

[“3 Things Worth Thinking About” is a weekly publication of ideas, usually contrarian to the consensus, to provoke thoughtful discussions and decision-making processes. As a portfolio manager and strategist, I am sharing things that I am considering with respect to current investment models and portfolio allocations. Please [...]

Consumer Spending in August Drops below a Year Ago – Gallup

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / September 2, 2014

Consumer spending, the key to the American economy, and by extension the global economy, is one of the most watched activities in the world, but results may vary, as they say, depending on who is doing the counting and what they’re counting.

Markets Set To Surge On Global Manufacturing PMI Bloodbath

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 09/01/2014 07:18 -0400

If last week’s disappointing global economic data, that saw Brazil added to the list of countries returning to outright recession as Europe Hamletically debates whether to be or not to be in a triple-dip, was enough to push the S&P solidly above 2000, even [...]

Prepare For Longterm Instability and Hardship

silverbearcafe.com / Tom Chatham / August 30, 2014

Unlike the normal business cycle that allows for a recession every few years to clear out the mal-investments and keep the system functioning properly, the current cycle has been artificially induced with money that has unseated the foundation of good financial practices and caused [...]

Dear Future American Generations, You Are Screwed

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 08/29/2014 15:22

Faith that the future will be better than the present is slipping, as despite President Obama’s demands that Americans not be “cynics,” a new report shows there is a major lack of confidence that the next generation will have it better than the last one. As [...]

4 Years Until The Next Recession? Not Likely.

streettalklive.com / Lance Roberts / 27 August 2014

David Rosenberg, in one of his recent missives, wrote:

“Historically, when we are within six months of a recession, the year-over-year trend in the LEI turns negative while the diffusion index falls below 30%. At three-months away, the LEI is down 1% YoY and [...]

IMF: Risk of Another Housing Crash

mises.ca / by David Howden / August 27th, 2014

The International Monetary Fund is warning that the world is at risk of “another devastating housing crash.”

This is true for instance for Australia, Belgium, Canada, Norway and Sweden,” he said.

The Interest Rate Trap…And What It Means To The Gold Market

gold-eagle.com / Michael Kosares / August 27, 2014

“Interest rates on Treasury securities, which have been exceptionally low since the recession are projected to increase in the next few years as the economy strengthens and to end up at levels that are close to their historical averages (adjusted for inflation).” – Budget Outlook for 2014, [...]

This Is When the US Government Goes Broke

acting-man.com / Bill Bonner / August 25, 2014

Treasured Delusions

First, we check in with the markets. What’s new? Not much. The Dow crossed the 17,000 mark on Friday. Janet Yellen is supposed to address the world today from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

It is hard to imagine that she will say [...]

Palpable Fear

blog.milesfranklin.com / Andrew Hoffman / August 21st, 2014

In last month’s “Most Resolute Precious Metals Bulls,” we wrote of how whether a certain technical analyst’s prediction that a major PM attack was forthcoming, we wouldn’t need the slightest bit of “resolve” to maintain our physical gold and silver savings – which insure us against the [...]

Yes, This Is An Equity Bubble

gold-eagle.com / Dr. John Hussman / August 18, 2014

After the 2000-2002 recession, the Federal Reserve remained fixed on holding down short-term interest rates in efforts to stimulate demand in interest-sensitive sectors of the economy. Corporations – particularly those with low quality balance sheets – were quick to take advantage of the low [...]