Frontrunning: September 27

Tyler Durden's picture

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Popo's picture

A "soft landing" for Hong Kong builders?

 

LOL.

 

First, Real Estate always goes up.

Then it's expected to slow.

Then it's expected to reach a stable plateau.

Then it's expected to decline modestly.

Then it's expected to suffer a "soft landing"

And right about then the shit usually hits the fan.

 

There will be no "soft landing" in HK.  HK banks are deeply involved in mainland investments.   Those mainland investments are going to shit the bed.    HK banks will also, shortly thereafter,  shit the bed.    

 

There will be no soft landing.

snowball777's picture

I'm sure the guys with the two parachutes will do okay...the airframe, crew, and passengers...not so much.

snowball777's picture

"Geithner Predicts" 

With his track record?! ROTFLMAO

 

Kina's picture

Fed Officials Express Doubt About Faster Inflation as Tool to Boost Growth

 

Now, they say something.

snowball777's picture

What? Higher prices and financing costs can't make broke people spend? Whocouldanode?

snowball777's picture

"Oracle may make acquisitions to gain industry-specific software"

Oracle fresh out of ideas and talent; going the Microsoft route.

snowball777's picture

"Several influential shareholders called for more changes atop UBS"

Any of them from Singapore?

buzzsaw99's picture

Another train crash in China. OH YEAH! Taking over the world with their uber-smartz bitchez.

High Plains Drifter's picture

they just announced that boeing is taking its dreamliner on a maiden flight to tokyo, i don't think this is a good idea. tokyo is contaminated. maybe they should rethink this idea...now they are going to fly in there and then bring that stuff back with them to amerika....duh????

toady's picture

'India redraws poverty line'

Their poverty line is 64¢ a day, the US is $64 a day.

Global free trade is pushing wages down, and the corporations won't be happy till we are all on par with India.

Stock up now while you can!