The Everything Shortage worms into social media and internet advertising. Facebook and Google better walk that back pronto.
Profit fell despite price increases, more price increases coming to a shelf near you. “We do not anticipate any easing of costs.”
No one knows total stock market leverage, but it’s huge and ballooning, as we see from the tidbits we’re allowed to see.
When something that is this widely adopted blows up, it tends to blow up spectacularly.
Not “temporary” yet.
It’s a zero-sum game that’s eating up a huge amount of cash. But Electric Utilities are loving it.
Ford, whose sales plunged 18%, is suddenly No. 1 for September. That’s how bad it is.
Let the conspiracy theories fly.
The Everything Shortage keeps promising to keep getting worse.
Funded by Debt: Since 2012, share buybacks totaled $5.5 trillion, corporate debt soared by $4.7 trillion.