In this Internet era, public approval of the FBI is headed down hard.
Trump’s corporate tax cut is supply-side stimulus I could agree with if done right, even though it primarily helps the rich. Trump's cut of the top rate from 35% to 15% is the largest of its kind in the history the United States.
What makes this time different? Several items:
The real problem with CDS trading by large banks such as JPM is not the speculative positions but instead the vast conflict of interest between the lending side of the house and the trading side
Since the 1980s, the U.S. Has Secretly Helped Japan Build Up Its Nuclear Weapons Program ... Pretending It Was "Nuclear Energy" and "Space Exploration" ...
If we all were to make the significant decisions in our lives based upon a happiness quotient instead of the resultant monetary gain, how drastically would our world and our reality change?
But anyway, the big thing is liquidity right now, not whether or not you have a job.
Not adding up.... but let's figure it out.
What fools these Muppets be.--William Squidspeare, Midsummer Night's Scream
Butler on Blythe
Simply great piece on Volatility and more.
Chesapeake Energy took the road less traveled by entering 2012 "naked" with none of its gas volumes hedged.
"You start with easy, because if that’s all you get, that’s not so bad." - The late Caballo Blanco
And the government is trying to catch up.
Unfortunately, nobody in the Treasury seems to want to deal with the mess at Ally Financial before Election Day. But the question is whether Ally can wait until then.
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