“I don’t think we’ll have a long-lasting Great Depression…. But we may have a different kind of a mess. All this money-printing may start bothering us.”
Regular folks need not apply.
Expensive markets face a new reality: lenders get skittish about jumbo loans.
“Suppressing” bank balance-sheet data in a banking crisis to prevent the biggies from yanking their billions out of a weakened bank.
Never before have so many property funds shut the doors on so many property investors.
Loading up on Treasury securities, mortgage-backed securities, repos, “central bank liquidity swaps,” and “loans” to keep the Everything Bubble from imploding further.
This type of sudden, previously unimaginable fall-off-the-cliff data about the lockdown-economy is gut-wrenching.
Neither the Fed nor the Treasury can bail out brick-and-mortar retailers.
Economic powerhouse Texas first got hit by the Oil Bust then by the Coronavirus. Expect similar confluence of unrelated factors in other regions.
Now even the fig leaf is gone.