Frontrunning: November 18

Tyler Durden's picture

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bobert's picture

Is it time to short GM yet?

HelluvaEngineer's picture

Patience, grasshopper.  The hunting bear rests until next Wed.

Hansel's picture

I am not looking forward to the media touting more stress tests. Same shit, different day.

My latest video: Rules for Peasants by Utopia Government Films Co.

The Rock's picture

I'm not looking forward to another bullshit stress test either. Death by a thousand (QE) cuts.

snowball777's picture

C'mon...you've got to enjoy the hilarity of the Big 5 trying to raise cap in equity markets while they're in the news for committing the largest fraud in American history.

bigdumbnugly's picture

Lenihan Says Ireland May Ask for Bank Package as Bailout Nears

 

ireland had better ask for ample amounts of KY before taking on that bank "package."

f16hoser's picture

I invite Vilsack to go grocery shopping with me........

greenewave's picture

To find out more about the Imminent Collapse of the Global Economy, watch this video "Wall Street Thieves, Bailouts Galore, Broken America" at (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I93dzfs8WIc).

by Anonymous

The United States economy is rotten at the core and has been stolen from the American people by the Wall Street Thieves that drove the Titanic into the iceberg in the first place!!

tom's picture

But Ireland's deficit is fully funded till the middle of next year! Why in seven months I'm sure everyone will be begging to buy Irish bonds!

And by the time the costs of bailing out its banks are fully paid for, Ireland's debt to GDP should still be less than 500%!

What are you guys all so worried about?

-273's picture
New analysis pegs 2006 as highpoint of conventional crude production

crude oil production "never regains its all-time peak of 70 million barrels per day reached in 2006," said IEA’s World Energy Outlook 2010.

In previous years, the IEA had predicted that crude oil production would continue to rise for at least another couple of decades.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/energy/2010/11/101109-peak-oil-i...

 

That should be great for GM too eh.