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As Oil Rises, US Shale Companies Have Begun Increasing Oil Production





With the price of oil creeping ever higher, mothballed shale oil production is quietly going back online.

 
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Global Stocks Plunge After Bank Of Japan "Shock"





Less than one week after the BOJ floated a trial balloon using Bloomberg, that it would reduce the rate it charged some banks which set off the biggest USDJPY rally since October 2014, we are back where we started following last night's "completely unexpected" (for everyone else: we wrote "What If The BOJ Disappoints Tonight: How To Trade It" hours before said "shock") shocking announcement out of the BOJ which did absolutely... nothing. "It’s a total shock,” Nader Naeimi, Sydney- based head of dynamic markets at AMP Capital Investors told Bloomberg. "From currencies to equities to everything -- you can see the reaction in the markets. I can’t believe this. It’s very disappointing."

 
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Frontrunning: April 28





  • Markets Get the Worst Kind of Kuroda Surprise as BOJ Stands Pat (BBG)
  • Bank of Japan brushes aside calls for more easing despite price falls (WSJ)
  • Ford Profit Surges to Record as Sales of SUVs, F-150 Gain Speed (BBG)
  • Valeant Pharmaceuticals to Make Sweeping Changes to Board (WSJ)
  • Trump breaks taboos, attacks Clinton on gender issue (Reuters)
 
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Delaware Has One Billion Reasons Not To Change Its Laws Of Incorporation





In the aftermath of the Panama Papers scandal, one topic that will only continue to receive attention as this topic moves along, is the state of Delaware and its perceived status as a U.S. tax shelter. According to Bloomberg, the state has about 1.1 million business entities, and one single building located at Wilmington's 1209 Orange Street is the home address of 285,000 companies including Alphabet (Google), Ford Motor Co., and Wal-Mart. However, as pressure from mounts from the outside asking Delaware to reform some of its laws around incorporation and business in general, there is one good reason why the state will choose to leave everything at the status quo if at all possible.

 
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The "Fracklog Trigger": Why 500,000 Barrels Of Shale Crude Could Hit The Market At Any Moment





Drilled, uncompleted wells could return 500,000 barrels a day back to the market, according to Richard Westerdale, a director at the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Energy Resources. The inventory of wells is known as the fracklog. “Once we start approaching $45 and above, the risk of a much sharper pullback starts to increase as a lot of shale becomes profitable again,” Angus Nicholson, an analyst at IG in Melbourne, said by phone. “It’ll bring more supply back into the market. This happened last year when a swathe of output hit the market after a price gain and subsequently led to oil dropping to record lows.”

 
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Futures Rebound Off Lows Following Chinese Intervention; Oil Dips Ahead Of Fed, BOJ





Futures are currently unchanged, but the E-mini was down as much as 12 points less than two hours earlier after the European open when this time it was up to the PBOC to intervene in global markets by pushing the Yuan higher (selling USDCNY via intermediary banks) sending global stocks sharply higher off session lows and leaving the S&P futures virtually unchanged. As Bloomberg reported, there has been increasing USD/CNY selling in afternoon session as Dollar Index edged lower. This is the PBOC entering the building and levitating stocks.

 
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"America First" - The Trump Slogan the Establishment Hates





Why do they hate Donald Trump? Why has the Establishment pulled out all the stops in an effort to smear him, stop him, and crush him underfoot?

 
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Default Cycle Now In Full Swing As Goodrich Petroleum Is Latest To File Chapter 11





This morning another troubled energy producer, Goodrich Petroleum announced a prepackaged Chapter filing meant to implement a financial reorganization after struggling to restructure its debt amid declining energy prices. This follows the filing of Energy XXI just 24 hours ago. Since the start of 2015, about 50 oil and gas producers have gone bankrupt, owing more than $17 billion, according to law firm Haynes & Boone LLP.

 
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Swiss Bank Whistleblower Claims Panama Papers Was A CIA Operation





This just further confirms my belief that this whole “leak” isn’t what we are being told. This is the work of an intelligence agency working on behalf of a particular government, not on behalf of the public. Don’t be duped.

 
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The Delusional GOP Establishment Is "Heading For A Train Crash" In Cleveland





An establishment embrace of a rule-or-ruin course - Better to lose, than win with Trump! - seems irrational. But it is not irrational if one’s preeminence and position are the summum bonum of one’s political existence.

 
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Was The Panama Papers "Leak" A Russian Intelligence Operation?





If this was the work of the CIA, it was an extremely sloppy and obvious hit job. On the other hand, if this was the work of Putin for the purposes of blackmail, it’s one of the most ingenious chess moves I’ve ever seen played on the global stage. If this theory is correct, it’s the worse case scenario for American citizens. So if Putin is behind this, and does have the goods on the U.S. elite, not only do we not get rid of the these corrupt oligarchs, we now have to live with them in an even more compromised state than they were before.

 
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Putin Denounces "Panama Papers" As U.S. Plot To Destabilize Russia





Earlier today, Putin denied having any links to offshore accounts and described the Panama Papers document leaks scandal as "part of a U.S.-led plot to weaken Russia." Putin described the allegations as part of the U.S.-led disinformation campaign waged against Russia in order to weaken its government. "They are trying to destabilize us from within in order to make us more compliant," he said. "So here we've got some friend of the Russian president, he has done something, probably there is an aspect of corruption to it... But what aspect [exactly]? Well, there is none."

 
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