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4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Last week, we were dismayed - although not entirely surprised - to learn that Germany’s Social Democrats have proposed a €5,000 limit on cash transactions and the elimination of the €500 note.The rationale: if you’re paying in cash for something that costs more than €5,000, you’re probably a terrorist or a “foreign criminal.”Of course that’s nonsense but it’s a reflection of a

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Back in the summer of 2011, when we reported that Canadian banks appear dangerously undercapitalized on a tangible common equity basis...... the highest Canadian media instance, the Globe and Mail decided to take us to task. To wit:Were the folks at Zerohedge.com looking at the best numbers when they argued that Canadian banks were just as levered as troubled European banks?  In a simple anal

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Howard Kunstler via Kunstler.com,The remaining Americans sound-of-mind must view the primary election spectacle with mounting sensations of wonder, nausea, and panic. It’s one thing for the financial system to crack up, and another thing for social norms to disintegrate, and still another for the political system to become a locked ward of obvious psychopathology. Even the neuro

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
For years, the so-called experts laughed at SocGen's Albert Edwards who not only steadfastly claimed that his "Ice Age" thesis is in play with central bank intervention only kicking the can - something that no longer works as Deutsche Bank so poignantly explained when it begged over the weekend for no more "easing" - but that once the realization and revulsion to artificially inflated markets hits

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
At this rate, Germany will be asking Greece for a bailout...Germany's largest bank's credit risk is accelerating unbelievably... as Greek banks improve. Is it time to panic yet? 

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr,While the broad stock market has been getting hammered, the utility sector hit a 52-week high this week – and achieved a significant relative breakout.Our firm’s philosophy when it comes to investment selection, i.e., where to invest, is to concentrate in the strongest performing areas of the market. We refer to this as relative strength. Typically, this mean

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
BTFD? Deutsche Bank stock crashed over 11% today (the most since July 2009) to its lowest since January 2009 record lows. We have detailed at length why this is a major systemic problem and we wonder how anyone can view this chart and not question their full faith in central planners engineering of the 'recovery'. Nothing is fixed and it's starting to become very obvious!Does this look

4 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
USDJPY has tested down to 115.00 this morning as the blowback from Kuroda's "Peter Pan" policy move into NIRP continues to ripple through the world's largest carry trade. Most troubling is last week's jawboning  of "no limits" made the situation worse as desperation was clear, erasing all of USDJPY's gains since it unleashed QQE2 after The Fed ended QE3.  And as goes USDJPY, so goes

6 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Everyone's favorite permabullish meteorologist, Deutsche Bank's very own Joe LaVorgna, has gone full-Zero Hedge of late, dropping the weather excuses for a decidedly bearish take on the state of the US economy. Indeed it was just last month when LaVorgna cut his Q4 GDP estimate by "one full percentage point" citing "softer than expected data."Well don't look now, but LaVorgna is back with yet

6 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
US Treasury yields are collapsing across the entire curve, down  9-10bps from their pre-opening highs this morning. While 10Y pushed belwo 1.80% (to one-year lows), it is 5Y yields that have traders the most anxious as they look to break out below three-year channel lows...The entire curve is in freefall.. Slamming 5Y below its three-year channel lows.. What happens next? We suspect




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