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Credit Suisse “Climbs The Wall Of Worry”, Raises S&P Target To 2,500 From 2,350

Following bearish reports from Goldman (which tactically downgraded stocks to Neutral for the next three months just hours before the Fed rate hike), RBC and JPM’s head quant Marko Kolanovic over the past week, overnight Credit Suisse decided to take the other side of the trade and hiked its year end forecasts for the S&P500, […]

Did President-Elect Trump Just Inadvertently Kill The Golden Goose?

Submitted by Gordon T Long via MATASII.com, President-Elect Trump may have just unwittingly sowed the seed of an equity market draw-down which will send even more protesters into the streets of America. Donald Trump's stated economic policies are clearly pro-growth and if he manages to implement his pro-business, anti-regulation agenda, in  the longer term they […]

“Do We Have A Liquidity Problem Post-Crisis?” Fed Vice Chair Fischer Answers – Live Feed

Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer is speaking at the Brookings Institution in Washington, on the topic of “Do We Have a Liquidity Problem Post-Crisis?” Not surprisingly, Fischer’s answer is that “liquidity is adequate by most measures, in most markets, and most of the time” and adds that it is “certainly too soon to declare that a […]

While The World Watches US Presidential Elections

By Chris at www.CapitalistExploits.at Market dislocations occur when financial markets, operating under stressful conditions, experience large widespread asset mispricing. Welcome to this week’s edition of “World Out Of Whack” where every Wednesday we take time out of our day to laugh, poke fun at and present to you absurdity in global financial markets in all its glorious insanity. While we […]

We’re in the Early Stages of Largest Debt Default in US History

wolfstreet.com / by Porter Stansberry • November 10, 2015 We are in the early stages of a great debt default – the largest in U.S. history. We know roughly the size and scope of the coming default wave because we know the history of the U.S. corporate debt market. As the sizes of corporate bond deals have grown […]

For The First Time Ever, Corporate Bond Inventories Turn “Negative” – What This Means

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/10/2015 15:25 As we noted previously, for the first time ever, primary dealers’ corporate bond inventories have turned unprecedentedly negative. While in the short-term Goldman believes this inventory drawdown is probably a by-product of strong customer demand, they are far more cautious longer-term, warning that the “usual suspects” are […]