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Nasdaq Turns Green After Intel Hikes Guidance Moments Before Market Open

With Deutsche Bank foundering, oil tumbling to lows not seen since August 11, and futures taking on water, a sticksave had to come from somewhere to avoid another Friday risk-parity fund deleveraging. We got just that moments ago courtesy of Intel, which announced just before the market open that Q2 revenue is expected to be above the company's previous outlook.

Time To Get Real, Part 2: "We Need Their Drugs"

On the current path, the world is experiencing the largest artificial asset allocation in modern history, one that is driven by a misguided interest rate regime that has lost its efficacy and is producing more harm than good. Yet the fear of withdrawal pain is keeping central bankers from doing the inevitable: Quit. The response is predictable: "I need the drugs!"

Deutsche Bank Calculates How Much Of The S&P's Value Is Due To Central Banks

If the ERP is responsible for 92% of the S&P500 move since 2012, or just over 800 points, that would imply that central bank policies are directly responsible for approximately 40% of the "value" in the market; any moves to undo this support could result in a drop that leaves the S&P in the neighborhood of ~1,400.

Cisco Fires 5,500; Market Disappointed It Wasn't More - Shares Fall

"Today's market requires Cisco and our customers to be decisive, move with greater speed and drive more innovation than we've seen in our history. The restructuring will eliminate up to 5,500 positions, representing approximately 7 percent of our global workforce, and we will take action under this plan beginning in the first quarter of fiscal 2017."

Memo To The Donald - 10 Great 'Deals' To Save America Before It's Too Late

Unfortunately, it appears too late to reverse the tidal wave of system failure that has been brewing for three decades now. But there is a sliver of hope.If Donald Trump is elected, eschews a law and order crusade and does not capitulate to the destructive policies of the Wall Street/Washington/bicoastal establishment, there is a way forward..

Why GAAP Matters: Real Profit Margins Tumble To 10 Year Lows

As the following charts from Deutsche Bank show, on a GAAP basis, trailing 12 month GAAP margins have now tumbled to the lowest level since before the global financial crisis; in fact the last time GAAP net margins were here was some time in 2006, when the S&P was trading about 700 points lower.

Weekend Reading: The Global Dichotomy

If the economy is growing, and there is really “no recession in sight,” then why is there such a panic by the BOJ, BOE and ECB to expand their accommodative programs? Why isn’t the Fed raising their benchmark rates? Why are earnings deteriorating across sectors on an unadjusted basis?

Tesla Misses, Burns Nearly Half A Billion, Warns It Has Hit Bank "Funding Limit": Stock Rises

Following several repeat, and loud, warnings that sales are slowing down, moments ago Elon Musk did not disappoint and reported results that missed substantially on both the top and the bottom line, with non-GAAP EPS of (1.02) nearly twice as bad as what consensus expected, while reporting nearly half a billion in organic cash burn, while warning that "we have reached our funding limit with a banking partner"