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Goldman Warns Midterm Elections Raise Risk Around Fiscal Deadlines
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
The US midterm elections taking place on November 4 may very well lead to a shift in Senate control to Republicans from Democrats, according to Goldman Sachs. They argue that a Republican-controlled Congress could renew legislative activity – at least on small issues – but also increase (unwanted) uncertainty on some larger ones creating risk around fiscal deadlines.  Goldman
 
Hillary Clinton: "Businesses Don't Create Jobs"– Why She's Never Been More Wrong
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Via Future Money Trends,Narcissism in politics is nothing new, but it is absolutely disgusting and scary that this person is a hero in the minds of millions of Americans.“Businesses don’t create jobs,” according to Hillary Clinton. Apparently she missed the entire 1990s when private businesses created over 20 million jobs during her husband’s two terms in office.In her mind
 
Caption Contest: "So Bullish It Hurts" Edition
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Don't worry the pain will stop soon... (one way or another)  h/t @JoeSaluzzi
 
Thank You US Taxpayers: Russia-Ukraine Agree Terms On Gas-Supply Through March
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Good news for the cold-showering, snow-covered Ukrainians...Russia has reached an interim agreement to supply natural gas to Ukraine through March according to Bloomberg. Of course, this will be paid for by more IMF loans (thank you US Taxpayer), pushing Ukraine further into debt and more dependent upon the West. *RUSSIA CONFIRMS GAS SUPPLY RESUMPTION TERMS AGREED WITH UKRAINE*GAZPROM, NAFTOGAZ CE
 
Jim Grant On Complexity: The Hidden Cost Of Central Bank Actions
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Authored by Jim Grant of Grant's Interest Rate Observer,Central banks are printing rules almost as fast as they’re printing money. The consequences of these fast-multiplying directives — complicated, long-winded, and sometimes self-contradictory — is one topic at hand. Manipulated interest rates is a second. Distortion and mispricing of stocks, bonds, and currencies is a third. Skipping to t
 
Russia Weaponizes The Arctic: Will Build 13 Airfields And 10 Radar Stations To Meet "Unwelcome Guests"
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Two weeks ago, Sweden was gripped by a ludicrous panic when it dispatched virtually its entire army, navy and airforce to hunt down what according to eyewitness reports (subsequently proven to be false) was a Russian sub that had broken down somewhere close to Stockholm. There was no sub. However, one angle that made the story plausible were rumors of a recent surge to Russian military transports
 
Why I Don't Really Care About Your Product
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
By: Chris at www.CapitalistExploits.atI've just gotten off the phone with a gentleman who runs a radio show dedicated to entrepreneurs. He reached out to us as he thought it'd be interesting speaking with me, as an entrepreneur, and as an Angel investing in entrepreneurs.He wanted to know what we look for in a company that is pitching to us. He wanted to know what type of product or service w
 
How Long Can The Shale Revolution Last?
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Nick Cunningham via OilPrice.com,A new study has cast serious doubt on whether the much-ballyhooed U.S. shale oil and gas revolution has long-term staying power.The U.S. produced 8.5 million barrels of oil per day in July of this year -- 60 percent more than just three years earlier. That is also the highest rate of production in three decades.Put another way, since 2011, the U.S. has
 
Algos Please Ignore: Citi Slashes Previously Reported Net Income Due To "Legal Investigations" Over FX Rigging Probe
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
UPDATE:*CITIGROUP SAYS DOJ, CFTC, OTHERS PROBING CITI'S FOREX BUSINESS*CITIGROUP SAYS IT'S FULLY COOPERATING WITH PROBES, INQUIRIESFrom 10-Q: Foreign Exchange MattersRegulatory Actions: Government and regulatory agencies in the U.S., including the Antitrust Division and the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, as well as agencies in other jur
 
Broken Stocks, Battered Bullion, & Bruised Crude
submitted by mephisto 18 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
If a broken window is good for the Keynesian economy, then today's broken market (worse than the 2013 Nasdaq blackout) was certainly good for stocks as exchanges broke left and right, futures volume exploded and S&P almost hit 2,000 all on the back of a 2-week old headline from Japan. Today's market was volatile... everywhere. Silver and gold were smashed lower (-2.2% & -4.1% on we
 



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