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UBS' chief global credit strategist Matthew Mish has been on a roll lately. After first revealing "how the investment grade dominos will fall" in mid January (an analysis which was followed by another leg lower in IG bond prices), and then two weeks later instead of focusing on products, Mish analyzed sectors and explained "What's The Next 'Energy' Sector In Credit Markets", today he tries to put

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He hope we are not the only ones who find it oddly confusing that moments after the WSJ reported that the UAE, supposedly speaking on behalf of the Saudis, said OPEC is "ready to cooperate on a production cut", the very same WSJ writes that the "story may be bogus."From the WSJ:Look, the OPEC thing may turn out to be bogus. Lord knows we’ve heard that line too many times to count, and oil’s at

59 minutes ago (via zerohedge.com)
Seconds after Oil hit the lows and NYMEX closed - and S&P broke the critical 1812 level, this hit:*OPEC READY TO COOPERATE ON CUT, UAE ENERGY MIN SAYS: WSJHere is the source:OPEC is ready to cooperate on a cut, but current prices are already forcing non-opec producers to at least cap output, says UAE Energy min— Summer Said (@summer_said) February 11, 2016 So, first it was Venezuela

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“Forget it.”That’s Turkish ambassador to the EU Selim Yenel’s message to Europe in response to a Dutch plan that would resettle 250,000 refugees per year directly from Turkey if Ankara can manage to close off the Aegean sea route to Greece.Turkey is of course a key chokepoint for migrants fleeing Syria and the situation is expected to worsen materially going forward as Hezbollah and Russia

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Submitted by Arthur Berman via OilPrice.com,An OPEC production cut is unlikely until U.S. production declines by about another million barrels per day (mmbpd). OPEC won’t cut because it would accomplish nothing beyond a short-term increase in price. Carefully placed comments by OPEC and Russian oil ministers about the possibility of production cuts achieve almost the same price increase as a

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Following the biggest one-day surge in the price of gold since 2009, it is understandable that suddenly everyone who until recently was predicting the price of gold in the triple digits, or laughably explaining why "gold is doomed" wants to talk about the "pet rock." As we showed earlier, already Goldman and Bank of America have opined with new and upwardly mobile "price targets", while the scramb

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Via ChicagoStockTrading.com,In December’s article “The Yellen that Stole Christmas”, the point was to show how buyers in the SP500 were caught above 2040, and needed a Yellen rescue.  The market attempted to breakout to start December, however the rug was pulled from underneath as Yellen reiterated a rate cut later in the month.  After bluffing the market for 2 years on

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It appears by the total lack of coverage that the utter collapse of Europe's banking system is entirely irrelevant to the "fortress-like" balance sheets of US banks... but it is not. Once again today, US financials saw bonds dumped across the senior and subordinated segments... ...and while US financial stocks have fallen hard year-to-date, if credit is right - and it usually is on a cyclical

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After yesterday's strong 10Y auction few were expecting ugliness in today's final for this week 30Y issuance: after all with markets crashing, the flight to safety and duration surely would mean strong demand for the long-end of the curve.  Only that wasn't the case. Yes, the high yield of 2.50% (allotted 37.52% at the high) was the lowest since January 2015, but this came at a huge concessio

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A Nobel prize winning economist, former chief economist and senior vice president of the World Bank, and chairman of the President’s council of economic advisers (Joseph Stiglitz) says that the International Monetary Fund and World Bank loan money to third world countries as a way to force them to open up their markets and resources for looting by the West.Do central banks do something simil




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