Echoes from the mortgage crisis.
The “smart money” has been left to twist in the wind.
Or Is It Just In Dire Financial Straits?
Didn’t take long: Frazzled, it tries to stop the worst 2-week crash since 1996.
Not Greece!! Australia…
Worry of “full-fledged contagion to the rest of the country.”
Even now, the collective madness grows.
The slices of the pie are getting smaller.
To the greatest consternation of some folks on Wall Street, millennials are smart.
Investment bank Natixis, megabank subsidiary, worries about the future.
Hit by per-capita reality.
We’re not the only ones giving Neanderthal advice about holding on to physical cash.
The fiasco is part of a very hard landing for manufacturing.
After airline stocks got hammered.
Some to previously unimaginable lows.
The “sweet spot” has shifted out of reach.
“It’s time to get off the train and stay off the train.”
And these are the good times.
The banks are toast. So is this it for Greece?
A relentlessly terrible chart.
Corporate Speak Suddenly Gets Personal.
“I don’t think it will backfire” – CEO of Maersk, the world’s largest carrier.
A miracle could stop it, but miracles have become rare.
Manufacturing is getting hit hard – and not just because of the oil bust.
They’re “stored” (Ha!) at HSBC and the New York Fed. That worries Texas.
“Everywhere in Europe there is a growing sentiment of ENOUGH.”
Spain cracks down on the scrappy little guy to protect its oligopolies.
“All of that negative news has put a downer on consumer sentiment.”
They’re not only too big to fail. For Australia, they’re too big to save.
“Riding this wave while we can, as far as we can, for as long as we can.”