23/12/18

GLOBAL STOCK MARKET CRASH: “A Week Of Selling Unlike Almost Anything We’ve Seen Before”

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GLOBAL STOCK MARKET CRASH: "A Week Of Selling Unlike Almost Anything We've Seen Before"
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As the global rout in stocks continues, one of the greats in the business described the carnage as a "week of selling unlike almost anything we've seen before."

The post GLOBAL STOCK MARKET CRASH: "A Week Of Selling Unlike Almost Anything We've Seen Before" appeared first on King World News.


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'Plunge Protector' Mnuchin Reportedly Called Bank CEOs To Calm Markets Ahead Of Monday Open

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'Plunge Protector' Mnuchin Reportedly Called Bank CEOs To Calm Markets Ahead Of Monday Open
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Having quickly tried to stymie any panic yesterday about rumors that Trump wants to fire Jay Powell:

"I never suggested firing Chairman Jay Powell, nor do I believe I have the right to do so."

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin reported ly interrupted his time in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, to call the chief executives of some of the country's largest banks in an effort to calm any further collapse in the market when Wall Street opens Monday.

"It's being pre-emptive," a person familiar with the matter told CNN.

"It's sending the proper message to the market so they can calculate the real picture into their Monday opening. They don't have to wait until something happens to be reassured."

We suspect Mr. Mnuchin is calling the wrong guys - does he not think they have been pulling every lever to try and stop the utter carnage in their own stock prices (which are down 12 of the last 13 days in the biggest crash since Aug 2011's USA downgrade)...

In his conversations with executives, CNN reports that the person said, Mnuchin sought to convey the strength of the US economy despite recent market turbulence.

"The market volatility is not changing the strong fundamentals of the economy," said the person.

"Systems remain normal."

If systems remain normal, why are the stocks of the world's largest and most systemic financial companies also collapsing?

And if systems are normal, why is the Treasury Secretary unterrupting his Mexican riviera time with Mrs. Mnuchin to beg the banks to do something?

Given the drop in USDJPY early indications already, we suspect Sunday night futures may not obey the Treasury Secretary's wishes.


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Lynette Zang: FINANCIAL CRISIS HAS BEGUN – Something Nasty Comes This Way

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Lynette Zang: FINANCIAL CRISIS HAS BEGUN – Something Nasty Comes This Way
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Lynette says we're in the process of transitioning the financial system now that enough risk's been transferred from the elite to the masses. Here's more…  by Lynette Zang of ITM �…�

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Trump punta a licenziare il presidente della Fed Jerome Powell - Economia - ANSA.it

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Borse. Bilancio a venti anni. Parliamo del nostro miserrimo gruzzolo

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Borse. Bilancio a venti anni. Parliamo del nostro miserrimo gruzzolo
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Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-12-22.

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Il sogno delle persone normali è quello di investire i propri risparmi, e Dio solo sa quanto siano sudati!, di trarne un modico ma ragionevole utile, ed infine, cosa forse principale, poter conservare il potere di acquisto.

Se si desse una occhiata alle borse, si avrebbe un'indicazione sicuramente grossolana, ma che dovrebbe render bene l'idea, se non altro come fenomeno grossolano. Poi, ci sarà sempre tempo per fare ....

Is This 'Tinder For Corporate Credit' The Latest Harbinger Of A Debt Implosion?

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Is This 'Tinder For Corporate Credit' The Latest Harbinger Of A Debt Implosion?
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As recently as October, desperate yield-chasers seemingly couldn't get enough of leveraged-loan paper, until a dramatic and sudden collapse in demand left Wells Fargo and JPM stuck with more than $400 million in loans that they will need to keep on their books until they can find a buyer, a phenomenon that prompted one credit strategist to muse about "end-of-credit-cycle" behavior. As we've been warning for a while now, the massive agglomeration of debt that has occurred in various sectors of the US economy since the financial crisis has remained safely out of sight for years as low interest rates ensured that any struggling borrowers could easily roll their debt at rock-bottom costs. But as interest rates rise and the global economy falters, concerns about 'fallen angels', leveraged loans, consumer credit, subprime auto loans, student debt and myriad other facets of the US's exaggerated pile of consumer and corporate debt have come rushing back.

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In a profile that shows just how desperate - and therefore, reckless - investors became as ....

Uno sguardo a sinistra

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Uno sguardo a sinistraHo già scritto dei 5S, e non particolarmente bene. Con un punto di merito: i soldi lihttps://www.finanzaelambrusco.it/articoli/articoli/politica/uno-sguardo-a-sinistra/