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“We Are Tired Of Being Killed” Venezuelan Opposition Vows Violent Response To Maduro Power Grab

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has made it clear: Nothing short of the invasion threatened by President Donald Trump will stop him from holding a vote on a new constituent assembly that will officially replace the country’s legislature and likely allow the embattled president to rewrite the country’s Constitution, cementing his grip on power. According to […]

Moodys Slashes Ratings On 6 Canadian Banks, Fears Asset-Quality Deterioration, Soaring Household Debt

Amid Poloz-described "unsustainable prices" in various cities, and just days after the collapse of Canadian mortgage lender Home Capital Group and our discussion of the dire state of Canadian savers (and their record household debt), Moodys has cut the ratings on six of Canada's largest banks because of "ongoing concerns that expanding levels of private-sector […]

Contagion Fears Rise In Aftermath Of Home Capital Group Collapse

With the bank run at Home Capital Group hitting a crescendo on Friday, when in one day 36% of the liquidity at Canada’s largest non-bank lender escaped through the front door, and only an emergency rescue loan yielding over 20% has prevent a liquidation at HCG so far, suddenly some are wondering if the dreaded […]

Futures Rise On Friday 13th Ahead Of Deluge Of Bank Earnings; Dollar Continues To Decline

European shares rose as Fiat rebounded on hopes concerns about parallel to Volkswagen are overblown, Asian stocks were little as Chinese shares fell to the lowest level of 2017 after poor export data, and U.S. equity-index futures rose ahead of a deluge of bank earnings. The dollar is headed for a weekly loss and gold […]

“Disappointing And Underwhelming” – An Unhappy Wall Street Reacts To The BOJ’s Latest Announcement

In a decision that came dramatically late, hitting shortly after midnight east coast time, the Bank of Japan finally unveiled its much anticipated QE revision which it called “QQE with Yield Curve Control”, and which when stripped of all the rhetoric was basically the Reverse Operation Twist we previewed two weeks ago: an attempt to […]

USDJPY Plunges On Japan Stimulus Concerns; US Futures Flat With As Fed Begins Meeting

In a turbulent session for FX, the Yen soared as much as 1.4%, the most in three weeks, after Finance Minister Aso says the government will “leave actual policy measures to BOJ”, sending the Nikkei lower by 1.4%. European stocks and U.S. equity index futures are little changed despite the slide in the key carry […]

ZeroHedge: Are The Saudis And Russians Deliberately Sabotaging Doha?

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Submitted by Rakesh Upadhyay via, The actions and intentions of Saudi Arabia and Russia – the two largest oil-producing nations attending the Doha meeting on 17 April – have dashed all hopes of any fruitful outcome. The most important […]

ZeroHedge: Frontrunning: March 31

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Roller-coaster first quarter ends with shares, dollar under pressure (Reuters) Oil prices slide as U.S. crude stocks hit record (Reuters) GE Files to End Fed Oversight After Shrinking GE Capital (WSJ) FDA Eases Rules for Abortion Pill, Making Access Simpler […]

ZeroHedge: Copper & Crude Are Soaring On China Hype

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Amid hype hope that China will suddenly change course and unleash all new fiscal stimulus – because just what the nation needs is more ghost cities, ghost bridges to nowhere, and ghost infrastructure – has sparked panic-buying in crude and […]

ZeroHedge: Weekend Reading: The Awakening

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Submitted by Lance Roberts via, Over the last two months, the deterioration in the economic data has become much more prevalent despite the ongoing hopes of the more “bullishly biased” mainstream media. Furthermore, as I predicted early last year, […]