But look how the bonds got manipulated up 24% in one minute at the close.
Something’s not right: Banks are heavily exposed to record business debt as credit quality deteriorates.
Industry panics, overcapacity spreads, but government brushes off the wailing and gnashing of teeth, looks to EVs.
“Authorities should prepare contingency plans.” The big four banks are too exposed to mortgages. Even if they don’t topple, the economy will get hit.
The West Coast Housing Bubble Bursts Even Without Tech Bust, which is still to come.
Huge aircraft orders, booming traffic, dozens of upstarts with easy mega-funding, fierce competition, already a big collapse, and allegations of shady business.
Apple plunges. FANGMAN stocks down 10.4% for the week, down $1.12 trillion from peak.
But how low might the Fed’s balance sheet go?
House prices down $265,000 from peak, down $60,000 from year ago. America’s most majestic housing bubble begins to deflate.
Homebuilder Toll Brothers just said it out loud.
The underlying dynamics changed in August and have worsened since. And this is still the tech boom.
But will the big banks play along?
Instead of “bubble” or “collapse,” it uses “valuation pressures” and “broad adjustment in prices.” Business debt, not consumer debt, is the bogeyman this time.
This is not exactly slow motion anymore.
Shedding light on Powell’s “just below neutral” and the hullabaloo about the Fed suddenly turning “dovish.”
With perfect timing as the new government embarks on restructuring Mexico’s oil industry.
They sound conservative in marketing materials, but they pack special risks & surprises in a downturn that can entail a catastrophic loss for investors.
Homebuilders not amused.
Up to 16 nuclear power plants for civilian purposes? Really?
Seattle home prices drop at fastest pace since Housing Bust 1. Feeble declines in San Francisco, Denver, Portland, etc. Flat prices in others. Condo prices in NY City suddenly jump.
A lot of money is at stake.
A big shift, at a cost of $3.8 billion – which it now has to borrow.
Will record business debt trigger a financial crisis? And what will it do to stocks?
$714 billion have gone up in smoke.
Alarming signals are coming from an unlikely place, the market that the industry long touted as an engine of infinite growth.
One after the other, individual stocks are getting crushed.
Mexico is #1 Silver Producer in the World, #2 Gold Producer in Latin America, and a Major Copper Producer.
Bloodletting beneath the surface. Big names too. Here they are.
“Who will purchase €275 billion of government debt Italy is to issue in 2019?”
It gets serious. Margin calls?