“The Global Bond Curve Just Inverted”: Why JPM Thinks A Market Crash May Be Imminent

At the beginning of April, JPMorgan’s Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou pointed out something unexpected: in a time when everyone was stressing out over the upcoming inversion in the Treasury yield curve, the JPM analyst showed that the forward curve for the 1-month US OIS rate, a proxy…

Plunging Manhattan Rents Are Helping New Yorkers Afford Larger Apartments

Retail and consumer rents in Manhattan have been doing something unusual in recent years: They’ve been moving lower. And that’s helping renters think about reaching for that most important commodity among Manhattan’s rental community: More space. As Bloomberg reports, Manhattan rental units with three or…

Stephen Colbert’s Latest Trump Joke May Have Been Censored By CBS

Stephen Colbert appeared to get hit with a little unexpected censorship on Thursday night, and it wasn’t for something he said about President Donald Trump.Trump this week claimed that he saved $1.6 billion on a new Air Force One. Colbert has a theory … VISIT THE SOURCE…

The Parkland Cult Tries to Bully People Into Supporting Their Bus Tour – YouTube

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Japanese Stocks Jump, Yen & Bonds Dump As BoJ Tapers Its Bond-Buying Program

As if the market needed something else to spur volatility, The Bank of Japan chose tonight to cut the size of its purchases of 5-to-10 year JGBs (from 450bn to 430bn yen). While yen initially strengthened, it is now tumbling and Japanese stocks absurdly rallying,…

Credit-Driven Train Crash, Part 2

Authored by John Mauldin via MauldinEconomics.com, Today we will summarize something I’ve been thinking about for a long time. Exactly how will we get from the credit crisis, which I think is coming in the next 12–18 months, to what I call the Great Reset,…

Why The Soaring Dollar Will Lead To An “Explosive” Market Repricing: A Flow Chart

Something curious took place one month ago when the PBOC announced on April 17 that it would cut the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) by 1% to ease financial conditions: it broke what until then had been a rangebound market for both the US Dollar and…