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Gartman: “We Are Going To See Tax Legislation Pass Either Tonight Or Tomorrow”

In a dramatic showdown on the Senate floor on Thursday afternoon, the Senate tax bill came this close to being killed by deficit hawks, and in the resulting chaotic aftermath, votes and debates which were scheduled for Thursday evening have now been pushed back to Friday morning. Who could have possibly foreseen it? Well, anyone […]

Campus Newspaper Editorial: “Your [White] DNA Is An Abomination”

Authored by Lauren Cooley via The Washington Examiner, A new opinion piece in a Texas State University student newspaper tells white students, “Your DNA is an Abomination.” “When I think of all the white people I have ever encountered – whether they’ve been professors, peers, lovers, friend, police officers, et cetera – there is perhaps […]

Weekend Humor: A Millennial Job Interview

Presented with little comment… “For stuff like that, I’ll just ask Siri… who gets up at 8?” A Millennial job interview from @TheDanielBrea on Vimeo.

Michael Lewis Reveals His New “Big Short”

When the award-winning author of “The Big Short,” “The Blind Side” and “Moneyball,” stopped by Yahoo Finance yesterday to discuss his latest book, “The Undoing Project,” he was predictably asked for his next “Big Short” idea.  And, after downplaying the value of his opinion, and those of everyone else for that matter, Lewis offered up […]

October Payrolls, Average Hourly Earnings Miss Big Despite Strong Upward Revisions

Well, with virtually everyone expecting a 300K+ payrolls number after last month’s negative hurricane-distorted print, and with whispers of a 400K print floating around, it only made sense that not only would payrolls disppoint, printing at 261K, one standard deviation below the 310K consensus estimate (and that even with a whopping 89,000 waiters and bartenders […]

“Melt Up”

Google searches for “melt up” are melting up… Source: Google Trends h/t @hmeisler

Stocks, Bonds Sink As Dec Rate-Hike Odds Hit 80% After Worst Jobs Data In Over 7 Years

The utterly useless data gushed forth by The BLS this morning – affected dramatically in all directions by Irma and Harvey – did not worry the algos who sent Dec rate-hike odds soaring (to 80%) and sparked selling in bonds and stocks. December is a done deal on the back of statistically ridiculous data which […]

September “Hurricane” Payrolls Tumble 33,000, First Drop In Seven Years, As Wages Surge Due To Labor Shortages

As noted earlier, Wall Street was completely clueless ahead of today’s payroll, with most expecting a small positive print but two brave forecasters went so far as to predict that the recent hurricanes would result in a negative print, and sure enough, moments ago the BLS reported that in September, the US economy lost 33,000 […]