• Tim Knight from...
    10/10/2015 - 11:38
    My favorite sector to short  is (once again) energy, as giants like Exxon are exhibiting topping patterns that strike me as once-a-generation opportunities.

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Hillary Clinton's State Department Approved $165 Billion In Arms Deals To Clinton Foundation Donors

"Under Clinton's leadership, the State Department approved $165 billion worth of commercial arms sales to 20 nations whose governments have given money to the Clinton Foundation, according to an IBTimes analysis of State Department and foundation data."

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Goldman Paid Bill Clinton $200K Before Lobbying Hillary On Export-Import Bank

As IBTimes reports, Goldman Sachs paid Bill Clinton $200,000 for a speech just before lobbying the State Department (then run by Hillary Clinton) on legislation involving the Export-Import Bank, which was set to provide the financing for the purchase of millions in aircraft from a company partially owned by the Wall Street bank.

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Frontrunning: July 10

  • EU talks up Spanish banks package, markets skeptical (Reuters)
  • China’s Import Growth Misses Estimates For June (Bloomberg)
  • The monkeyhammering continues: Paulson Disadvantage Minus Fund down 7.9% in June, down 16% in 2012 (Bloomberg)
  • Draghi pledges further action if needed (FT)
  • JPMorgan Silence on Risk Model Spurs Calls for Disclosure (Bloomberg)
  • Norway's Statoil to restart production after govt stops strike (Reuters)
  • Top Fed officials set table for more easing (Reuters)
  • Euro-Split Case Drives Danish Krone Appeal in Binary Bet (Bloomberg)
  • Obama Intensifies Tax Fight (WSJ)
  • Europe Automakers Brace for No Recovery From Crisis (Bloomberg)
  • Boeing’s Air-Show Revival Leaves Airbus Nursing Neo Hangover (Bloomberg)
  • Libor Woes Threaten to Turn Companies Off Syndicated Loans (Bloomberg)
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Frontrunning: May 3

  • Chinese dissident seeks exile, strains U.S.-China ties (Reuters)
  • Sarkozy and Hollande lock horns on TV (FT)
  • UK in furious rejection of EU bank plan (FT)
  • EU Fails to Reach Deal on Capital (WSJ)
  • China energy use may be capped for 2015 (China Daily)
  • Buffett Trails S&P 500 for Third Straight Year (Bloomberg)
  • King admits failing to ‘shout’ about risk (FT)
  • Obama promises 110,000 new summer jobs for youth (Reuters)
  • China sturdy enough for reforms: Geithner (Reuters)
  • Geithner repeats call for stronger yuan (Reuters)
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Frontrunning: February 8

  • Greek Premier to Seek Bailout Consensus Amid Political Quarrels (Bloomberg)
  • Merkel makes case for painful reform (FT)
  • Bernanke Cites Risks to Progress of Recovery (WSJ)
  • Proposed settlement with banks over foreclosure practices dealt a setback (WaPo)
  • Merkel Approval in Germany Climbs to Highest Level Since 2009 Re-Election (Bloomberg)
  • Francois Hollande will spark next euro crisis (MarketWatch)
  • China’s Central Bank Pledges Support for Housing Market (Bloomberg)
  • Italy Pushes for Europe Growth Policy (Bloomberg)
  • Santorum bounces back in Republican race (FT)
  • China 'Big Four' Banks Issued CNY320 Billion New Yuan Loans In Jan (WSJ)
  • Gasoline and diesel prices raised (China Daily)
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