Everything is spiking, setting off “inflationary concerns.”
Designs, Technologies, and Challenges for liquefied natural gas carriers.
As banks pull back from mortgage lending amid inflated prices and rising rates, “shadow banks” have become very aggressive.
An industry dogged by non-believers who fret about privacy and fraud.
Russia, Japan, and the Fed dumped. So who bought?
Subprime goes to the Toronto condo market.
Why is anyone still lending this government any money?
The PE firm as global landlord.
Yup, consumers have to spend more to buy the same stuff.
Gone are the kid gloves.
Powered by low-cost state-funded capital.
Still dreaming in la-la-land.
Dallas-Fort Worth, not San Francisco, is in second red-hottest place.
A virtual paradise for real bank heists.
Even as “hedonic quality adjustments” perform miracles to repress surging new and used vehicle inflation.
“Right after the company tells the market the stock is cheap, executives overwhelmingly decide to sell.”
Wolf Richter with Jim Goddard on This Week in Money:
“With Amelia, we graduate into automating the knowledge worker, the customer service agent.”
Trade agreements are designed to benefit companies, not people – which is part of the problem.
Big voices are clamoring for it in the third largest market for US food exports.
Just as the Fed created money to buy Treasuries and MBS during QE, it now destroys money as these securities “roll off” the balance sheet.
Success means being able to choose who you work with.
The “waterbed effect” of money flows.
Even the most pessimistic output scenarios could turn out to be too hopeful.
“Veterans in this industry are saying this is the best freight market they have ever seen.”
Bank-friendly regulators finally show some interest.
Crash insurance with an expiration date. But its working while it lasts.
This time, it’s different, say the strategists. So we’ll take a look.
There’s unconfirmed speculation JPMorgan may have been granted immunity as the whistleblower.
Average price of single-family house plunges 13%, or C$160,000 from peak. Sales of homes priced over C$1.5 million collapse by 63%. Condos still hanging on.