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3 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
"The Fed"As Deutsche Bank's Peter Hooper points out in the chart below, The FOMC has been too optimistic for many years.  Or as many are increasingly realizing... they are f##king clueless!

3 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
In what may be an indication of a major collateral shortage, but most likely is simply a case of quarter-end "window dressing", the overnight general collateral rate soared to 0.82% this morning, its highest print in nearly seven years, and roughly where it would trade if the Fed had hiked in September. GC soared to 0.85% yesterday afternoon yesterday after opening at around 0.68%. As SMRA points

3 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
With Deutsche Bank crashing and burning for the second time in 2016, with its stock taking out all time lows and CDS spiking to record levels not seen even during the financial crisis, the ECB - which earlier denied its policies are at fault for the German lender's woes - has realized that in addition to bond buyers (if not so much sellers), it needs to beef up its staffing in one critical area: b

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As was leaked earlier today by Reuters, which reported that OPEC could announce an output-freeze deal on Wednesday in Algeria, although full details are unlikely to be firmed up before a formal meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries in November, moments ago Reuters blasted that a production cut - the organization's first in 8 years - is precisely what OPEC has agreed on (

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Treasurer John Chiang says in letter to Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf, board that he’s ordered suspension of WFC’s participation in “its most highly profitable business relationships” with California.Bloomberg reports:The California Treasurer oversees ~$2t in annual state banking transactions; manages $75b investment pool; is largest U.S. issuer of municipal debtSanctions

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Submitted by WallStreetExaminer's Lee Adler, via Contra Corner blog,Whether you think there has been a housing “recovery” or not is a matter of perspective. Sales are indeed up 117% since the 2010 low, but that low was literally the worst level in the history of this data (since 1963) as a percentage of population growth. It was the Great Depression of Housing, the only possible re

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It appears for once, the word (of some politicians) is mightier than the pen (of Obama). The White House has lashed out at The Senate's veto override, which Josh Earnest described as "the single most embarrassing thing that the United States Senate has done." As The Hill reports, in the most overwhelming vote (97-1) since 1983, President Obama's lame-duckedness was exposed and th

5 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
The head of HSBC’s Technical Analysis group just issued a major warning.Unless the markets can take out their September highs, we could very well see a repeat of the 1987 Crash.Murray Gunn is head of technical analysis for HSBC. In a recent client note, he pointed out the Head and Shoulders top pattern that presaged the 1987 Crash.In its simplest forms, the Dow Jones Industrial Average forme

5 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
It is becoming very clear that the Deutsche Bank debacle is getting very serious. How do we know? Simple - everyone is denying everything. Overnight DB CEO Cryan denied any need to raise capital or need a bailout; this morning ECB's Draghi denied low rates were responsible, and denied The IMF's statement the bank is systemically important; and now IMF's Lagarde is denying any need for




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