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4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Well that didn't last long, did it? 

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Tim Price via The Cobden Centre,"Built into the speculative episode is the euphoria, the mass escape from reality, that excludes any serious contemplation of the true nature of what is taking place. “Contributing to and supporting this euphoria are two further factors little noted in our time or in past times. The first is the extreme brevity of the financial memory. I

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
    Negative Interest Rates: The Tax On CapitalWritten by Jeff Nielson So-called “negative interest rates” are illegal. This is an inescapable conclusion of law, arrived at simply by applying some of the most fundamental principles of our entire legal system. But let’s put aside this issue of legality, it is a topic which will be dealt with comprehensively, in a sequ

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
In a move that is certain to spark another round of what much of the left-of-center media has dubbed "unfounded conspiracy theories" about the health of Hillary Clinton, overnight President Obama’s former physician, Dr. David Scheiner told CNN that he believes Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton should have a neurological examination due to her history of brain injury.In the interview, Scheiner a

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
After the biggest short squeeze in history - thanks to a well-placed and entirely useless Saudi statement about OPEC freeze discussions - oil prices have slipped notably - now back below $45 once again...  As we said before - the short-squeeze ammo has run out - and record gluts, record production, and slumping demand realities are biting.

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Several months after dozens of merger arb funds had their worst day in years when the US government effectively killed the Pfizer-Allergan deal, moments ago both Deere and Monstanto stocks dropped, after the DOJ filed a lawsuit seeking to block Deere's deal for Monsanto's Precision Planting.U.S. FILES ANTITRUST SUIT AGAINST DEERE AND MONSANTODEERE DEAL FOR MONSANTO’S PRECISION PLANTING OPPOSED B

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
One of the recurring peculiarities of oil complex data as reported by the EIA was how, during a time of an unprecedented crude glut by OPEC and pronounced economic weakness in the US, was overall US demand of various petrochemical products as strong as the DOE reported on a weekly basis. To be sure, the alleged increase in demand was one of the major catalysts that prompted rising oil prices toget

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
2173.6... that's all that matters today... an S&P close above that will keep the 5-month streak of monthly gains alive... a drop below that and August is the worst for stocks in 6 months...August angst... We will wait and see what happens when Europe closes...

6 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Having extended yesterday's losses on the back of API's unexpectedly large distillates inventory build, DOE data confirmed an even bigger crude inventory build (+2.276mm vs ~1.3mm build exp.), which contrary to seasonal patterns was the second build in a row, and 5 builds in the past 6 weeks. Gasoline drew down less than API reported and Distillates built considerably more than expected (+

6 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
If St. Louis Fed's James Bullard is the Fed's hawk who infamously flipped to uberdove several months ago, than Boston Fed's Eric Rosengren has become his mirror image: a former dove who has become increasingly hawkish, and who is warning that keeping rates low for long is "not without risks." Yet, in a speech overnight at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, Beijing, China titled "Observati




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