• Tim Knight from...
    09/19/2014 - 20:15
    I was originally going to title this post "Jackie DeAngelis Must Die", but I thought she might take it the wrong way.

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asiablues's picture

Number of Discouraged American Workers Hit Record High: QE3 = A Matter of When

Since more than 8 million jobs were wiped out by the Great Recession, but the nation added only 1.1 million jobs in total last year, so the 0.4% drop in unemployment rate in December simply does not make much sense.


Reggie Middleton's picture

Focus on Dine Equity (DIN): High Debt Binging During The Credit Bubble Causes Indigestion For This Food Chain!

This is a fairly detailed review of Dine Equity (DIN), pre-refinancing.


williambanzai7's picture

FoR WHaT iT'S WoRTH (GiFFoRD PoST WoRD CLouD)

I ran 1200 comments from the Representative Gifford post through the word cloud generator...


Jack H Barnes's picture

Recapitalizing Europe

The implications of the crash of 2008 have made one thing very clear. China has emerged as the engine of growth in the world. The US became the land of sub-prime loans, and Europe is the land of finely dressed paupers. The Europe of today is not the Europe of old.


Bruce Krasting's picture

IRA on a solution to the mortgage mess

Some interesting thoughts from Chris Whalen. This ain't going to be easy.


MoneyMcbags's picture

Take This Jobs Report and Shove It

Oh shit was it on yesterday as macro news flew faster than Goldman subprime securitizations in 2005 or...


williambanzai7's picture

MaP oF FaRT

Federal Reserve Transit...


Jack H Barnes's picture

What B-52 Ben Really Said

The man Time Magazine named the Person of the Year in 2009, just stood in front of America and said that there realistically won’t be jobs growth during his era as the nation’s Chief Central Banker. What he didn’t highlight is that total jobs in America during his 10 year tour as Chairman of the Federal Reserve, is expected to be negative.


Econophile's picture

What The Job Reports Mean

The employment situation is still very bad. It brings up the specter of long-term structural employment in our economy. Job growth is still weak, buoyed by temp and health care workers. There are some positives in this report but job growth is still insufficient to overcome layoffs and a growing labor force.


williambanzai7's picture

THe WaLL STReeT TRee oF LiFe

This is for all of you who are stuck sitting in the snow storm...


Vitaliy Katsenelson's picture

$1.3 Billion Burj Khalifa 2.0 is Briliant!

  Earlier this week we saw reports that “Beijing authorities plan to build a "seven-star hotel" modelled after Dubai's Burj Khalifa -- the world's tallest building -- in a $1.3 billion joint project with Saudi Arabia.”  Yes, the same building that symbolized Dubai’s $20-plus billion in malinvestments and required a bailout by Abu Dhabi. 


Bruce Krasting's picture

Swiss Notes

What is going on?


thetechnicaltake's picture

More Extremes In The Rydex Asset Data

Rydex These are an interesting group of charts.


williambanzai7's picture

CHairMaN BuN S iS iN Da HouSe

chairman bun s. bernanke speaks...through the ALI G Translator


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