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ObamaCar: Automobile Insurance Subsidized Hope Act
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
  I want to thank the American people for their patience and resolve during this trying time for our nation.  But we did not come here just to clean up crises.  We came here to build a future.  (Applause.)  So tonight, I return to speak to all of you about an issue that is central to that future -- and that is the issue of affordable automobile collision insurance. Ou
 
America's Most (And Least) Obese Jobs
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
As employers shift to more proactive efforts to help their workforces "put the Twinkie down," we thought a look at the most (and least) obese jobs in America would provide additional data on potential career paths for today's disenfranchised youth. What The Wall Street Journal found in their data is perhaps surprising with 'sedentary' scientists and economists are the least obese, and 'active' fir
 
The Fed &"The Grandest Con Job In The History Of The World"
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Thad Beversdorf via First Rebuttal blog,I used to get a kick out of the cute little children waiting for the Fed Chair to come and deliver presents or coal.  So giddy and excited from the anticipation of not knowing who Janet thinks were good boys and girls.  Who’s going to be rewarded and who disappointed?  And I don’t know how many people asked me today what the F
 
Massive Volume "Panic Selling" Cuts Warren Buffett's Chinese Car Maker BYD In Half Overnight
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
For the second time in 2 days, a Chinese car maker's stock has been utterly devastated overnight - on absolutely no news. Shares in BYD - the Chinese electric car maker part-owned by Warren Buffett - crashed 47% in a bout of total panic selling (before recovering modestly), just a day after Geely - another car maker - crashed 22% on an earnings warning. The reason - perhaps unsurprising - given by
 
The "Unequivocally 'Not' Good" Reality Of Lower Oil Prices & Jobs
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
Via ConvergEx's Nick Colas,The drop in oil prices is certain to cause some incremental unemployment in the U.S. energy industry; the question is simply how much and what that means for the American economy as a whole. To begin the search for answer, you have to go to the wellhead and consider how many individuals work in American oilfields, as well as those workers that directly support those
 
Panic-Buying Ends Abruptly As Credit & Crude Crumble
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
500 Dow points (and 80 S&P points) later... and suddenly the exuberant short squeeze ends (as AUDJPY runs out of steam). WTI Crude has crashed back to $55.50 after testing $59. The Energy ETF XLE has given up all its gains (who could have seen that coming?). And HY credit markets have slumped from the US open with stocks now catching down... Credit slipped since the open but stocks r
 
Emerging Markets In Danger
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Erico Matias Tavares via Sinclair & Co.,There are some signs of trouble in emerging markets. And the money at risk now is bigger than ever.The yield spread between high grade emerging markets and US AAA-rated corporate debt has jumped, almost doubling in less than three weeks to the highest level since mid-2012.MSCI Emerging Markets Index and Yield Spread between High Grade Emergi
 
Someone Is Lying
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
Yesterday, moments before the North Korea "hacking" tragicomedy escalated into full retard mode with Sony pulling The Interview, or a movie that absent the attention would certainly be a flop, Wired released an article titled: "North Korea Almost Certainly Did Not Hack Sony" (title subsequently changed to the one below as can be seen in the URL alias "http://www.wired.com/2014/12/north-korea-did-n
 
Outlook 2015: Deflation Remains the Dominant Theme
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
Below is an excerpt from my last research note entitled "Outlook 2015: Deflation Remains the Dominant Theme" Happy holidays!  Chris Outlook 2015: Deflation Remains the Dominant ThemeKBRADecember 16, 2014Since the start of the 2008 financial crisis, central banks around the world have been trying to avoid asset price deflation and debt reduction, two necessary components of the econo
 
InfoPorn: The Many Phases of Silver
submitted by mephisto 1 hour ago (via zerohedge.com)
The Many Phases of Silverfrom: The Victory Report and silver.com
 



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