This type of sudden, previously unimaginable fall-off-the-cliff data about the lockdown-economy is gut-wrenching.
“Nobody has any taste for risk anymore. All of those exotic loan programs have ceased. All investors buying that paper are gone”: mortgage broker.
Madrid area hospitals were forced into wartime-triage, denying care to the elderly in order to give the young a better chance.
And it’s just the first inkling of what’s in store for home sales.
“Our Retail Marshall Plan.”
You’ve got to admire Musk for snookering true believers into buying $2 billion of new shares a month ago that are now down 52%.
The eeriness of the whole situation may leave permanent marks on consumers and business-decision makers.
“False optimism can easily lead you astray and prevent you from making contingency plans or taking bold action.”
Low Tier Skyrockets. Super-Luxury in Trouble. Condo, High-Tier House Prices Have Gone Nowhere since mid-2018.
Market share of EVs reaches 5.3%. The registrations data is out in all its glorious detail.