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Empire Fed Spikes To 5-Year Highs; Employment Plunges To Worst Since Dec 2013
submitted by mephisto 8 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Following last month's biggest plunge in 2 years to 4-month lows, it is likely no surprise that the soft-survey-based Empire Fed index exploded to 27.5 (smashing 15.71 expectations) to its highest since October 2009. Of course - away from the headline exuberance, employment plunged to its lowest since 2013, the average workweek slipped, capex expectations plunged, and new orders barely rose (while
Ukraine President's Days Numbered After Broad Accusations Of "Betraying National Interests"
submitted by mephisto 8 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
As we summarized late on Friday, while Europe has been banging the populist drums over ever-escalating Russian sanctions, it quietly and without much fanfare folded in the one place where Russia could have been truly hurt, the Free Trade (DFCTA) agreement between Ukraine and the EU. But while Europe would have loved for nobody to notice, some did, and not just on these pages: far more importantly,
This Is What Happens When The 'Unrigged' Market Breaks
submitted by mephisto 8 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
It appears Rule 575 is having an impact today. Quietly this morning, CBOE traders were told at 1027ET that the S&P 500 index was "currently unavailable for trading." As the following chart shows, this halted a drop in the market and instantly enabled a levitation to near the day's highs. Unrigged? This happens... Shit's broke..... pic.twitter.com/audYGq6AZ0— Market Plunger (@Market
Is Risk-On About To Switch To Risk-Off?
submitted by mephisto 8 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog,Cranking markets full of financial cocaine so they never correct simply sets up the crash-and-burn destruction of the addict.Human memory being what it is, almost three years of risk-on euphoria has created the illusion that risk-on is The New Normal that will continue on for years to come. Perhaps, but there are
What It Looks Like When The Second Auto Subprime Bubble Pops
submitted by mephisto 8 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
A month ago, when we commented on the most recent surge in US manufacturing production, when it jumped by 0.7% offsetting a tumble in utilities and mining output and leading to a 0.4% jump in overall Industrial Production (since revised to only 0.2%), we observed that this was entirely due to the second, and more nuanced, coming of the cash for clunkers bubble, as the explosion in subprime loans p
Singapore and Hong Kong Race For Gold Benchmark - Use Brinks and Via Mat For Storage
submitted by mephisto 8 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
Singapore and Hong Kong Race For Gold Benchmark - Use Brinks and Via Mat For Storage Singapore and Hong Kong appear to be competing for the a new global gold price benchmark. Further details emerged at the weekend about the planned launch by Singapore of a new 1kg physically deliverable gold contract for the Asian wholesale gold market. Last week, CME announced a new 1 kilogramme gold contrac
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US Industrial Production Follows China; Misses With Biggest Drop Since Jan
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But but but... the survey all said record highs... Yet another piece of hard data hits the tape and disappoints. While Fed surveys point to an exuberant economy, Industrial Production fell 0.1% in August (missing +0.28% expectations) for its worst print since January's "weather"-related plunge. This comes on the heels of Chinese Industrial Production at its worst in 6 years... perhaps explaining w
Record Highs? 47% Of Nasdaq Stocks In Bear Market, Down 24% On Average
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With the S&P 500 hitting fresh record highs day after day (apart from last week), everything must be great, right? Wrong! As we have noted previously, the leadership in this market is becoming more and more narrowly focused as stunningly 47% of Nasdaq Composite stocks are down at least 20% from their highs with the average stock in the index in a bear market (down 24%). The same is true for th
Key Events In The Coming Week: Fed Votes, Scotland Votes, And More
submitted by mephisto 8 days ago (via zerohedge.com)
US Industrial Production and the NY Fed Empire State Manufacturing survey are the two main releases for the US. In Europe, the euro area trade balance will be the notable print. Beyond today, US PPI, German ZEW and UK CPI are the main economic reports tomorrow. Wednesday will see the release of BOE’s meeting minutes, the US CPI, and the Euro area inflation report. On Thursday, President Obama wi

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