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USA Today
How Beyonce became the Super Bowl 50 MVPOur Super Bowl hangover: Beyoncé. Then some Cam and Peyton THIS is why Cam wal
How Beyonce became the Super Bowl 50 MVP
USA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
Our Super Bowl hangover: Beyoncé. Then some Cam and Peyton THIS is why Cam walked out (listen to what's being said in the background). pic.twitter.com/6LdLFwv8tj Game on. It's the last full day of campaigning for the presidential candidates in New... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Falling bank shares: a bad omen?ANOTHER worry has been added to the long list plaguing equity markets this year
Falling bank shares: a bad omen?
Namibia Economist / Posted 10 hours ago
ANOTHER worry has been added to the long list plaguing equity markets this year. Bank shares have been falling fast, particularly those in Europe, which in morning trading, were down 22% so far this year. The collapse of 2007 and 2008 was all about... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Stocks kick off week deep in the red: Dow off 200+Ethan Harris, co-head of global economics research at Bank of America Merrill L
Stocks kick off week deep in the red: Dow off 200+
The Arizona Republic / Posted 12 hours ago
Ethan Harris, co-head of global economics research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, examines the U.S. economy and the possibility of a recession. Bloomberg Wall Street is bracing for another rough day as the Dow is down more than 200 points at the... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
YELLEN SPEAKS: Your complete preview of this week's big economic events (DIA, SPX, SPY, QQQ, TLT, IWM)What a week! All in all, though, the first week in February more or less affir
YELLEN SPEAKS: Your complete preview of this week's big economic events (DIA, SPX, SPY, QQQ, TLT, IWM)
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
What a week! All in all, though, the first week in February more or less affirmed the consensus narrative about the US economy: things might not be great, but a recession isn't imminent. We also heard from quite a few Federal Reserve officials this... Read more
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Business Insider
YELLEN SPEAKS: Your complete preview of this week's big economic eventsThe first full week of February saw the release of the January jobs report — a
YELLEN SPEAKS: Your complete preview of this week's big economic events
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
The first full week of February saw the release of the January jobs report — a mixed report that "confused" some economists but did see the unemployment rate fall to a new eight-year low — as well as less-than-encouraging data from the services... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bank Of America Admits The U.S. May Already Be In A RecessionAlmost one year ago, in March 2015, we explained how "The Fed's Artificial Stee
Bank Of America Admits The U.S. May Already Be In A Recession
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Almost one year ago, in March 2015, we explained how "The Fed's Artificial Steepening Of The Yield Curve" has resulted in many unexpected consequences, the most important of which has been the erroneous interpretation of the yield curve as a leading... Read more
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The New Yorker
Behind the Stock-Market FreakoutLast Monday was all too typical of this year’s stock-market mayhem. Although a
Behind the Stock-Market Freakout
The New Yorker / Posted 7 days ago
Last Monday was all too typical of this year’s stock-market mayhem. Although a rally at the end of the previous week had raised investors’ hopes, the major indexes opened down and slid lower as the day progressed. By the market’s close, the S. & P.... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"Reset" Or "Recession"?Following years of QE-inspired excess returns, investors in 2016 suddenly find
"Reset" Or "Recession"?
Zero Hedge / Posted 10 days ago
Following years of QE-inspired excess returns, investors in 2016 suddenly find themselves embroiled in a broad and brutal bear market. As BofAML's Michael Hartnett notes, the 10-year rolling return loss from commodities (-5.1%) is currently the worst... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Wall Street Economists React To The Fed's StatementAfter the Fed's statement, one thing was clear: the career economists at the Ma
Wall Street Economists React To The Fed's Statement
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 days ago
After the Fed's statement, one thing was clear: the career economists at the Marriner Eccles building are very confused, admitting to hiking rates for the first time in nine years "even as economic growth slowed late last year". But more confused are... Read more
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Zawya
Nearly $8 trln wiped off world stocks in Jan, US recession chances rising -BAMLFinancial ServicesUPDATE 1-Nearly $8 trln wiped off world stocks in Jan, US recession chances ris
Nearly $8 trln wiped off world stocks in Jan, US recession chances rising -BAMLFinancial Services
Zawya / Posted 16 days ago
UPDATE 1-Nearly $8 trln wiped off world stocks in Jan, US recession chances rising -BAML (Adds global stock market losses, US economic forecasts, byline) By Jamie McGeever LONDON, Jan 22 (Reuters) - World stock market losses are approaching $8... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Almost $8 tn wiped off stocks, U.S. recession chances rising’World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year and inve
‘Almost $8 tn wiped off stocks, U.S. recession chances rising’
The Hindu / Posted 17 days ago
World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year and investors last week poured the most money into government bond funds in a year, suggesting they fear the global economy could tip into recession, Bank of America Merrill Lynch... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"Perma-bears" 1 - BofA Economist 0Last May, after the "harsh snowfall" of Q1 crushed US GDP (when it was really t
"Perma-bears" 1 - BofA Economist 0
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
Last May, after the "harsh snowfall" of Q1 crushed US GDP (when it was really the bursting of China's shadow banking bubble) leading to sellside analysts first, and then the Bureau of Economic Analysis to decide the time has come to double seasonally... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Nearly US$8 trillion wiped off world stocks in January, US recession chances rising: BAMLLONDON: World stock market losses are approaching US$8 trillion so far this yea
Nearly US$8 trillion wiped off world stocks in January, US recession chances rising: BAML
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 days ago
LONDON: World stock market losses are approaching US$8 trillion so far this year and investors last week poured the most money into government bond funds in a year, suggesting they fear the global economy could tip into recession, Bank of America... Read more
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Reuters
Nearly $8 trillion wiped off world stocks in January, U.S. recession chances rising: BAMLLONDON World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year a
Nearly $8 trillion wiped off world stocks in January, U.S. recession chances rising: BAML
Reuters / Posted 17 days ago
LONDON World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year and investors last week poured the most money into government bond funds in a year, suggesting they fear the global economy could tip into recession, Bank of America... Read more
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