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Frontrunning: November 28

Traders await Powell hearing; Brexit doubts grip pound (Reuters) Fed nominee Powell, once hawkish, now champions Yellen’s focus on jobs (Reuters) Tax drama intensifies as bill faces key vote (Reuters) Trump Appointee Asserts Control Over CFPB for Now (WSJ) Senate Bill in Limbo Amid Budget Panel Drama (BBG) Tough OPEC meeting looms amid specter of […]

Bill Blain: “Why We Should Be Very Nervous About Corporate Bonds”

Blain’s Morning Porridge, Submitted by Bill Blain of Mint Partners Why we should be very nervous about corporate bonds     “Before the fiddlers have fled, before they ask us to pay for the bill and while we still have the chance.…” This might be week the proverbial chickens have more need than ever of somewhere […]

Frontrunning: May 31

Trump Faces Instability as Russia Probe Expands to Inner Circle (WSJ) Huge bomb in sewage tanker kills at least 80, wounds hundreds in Afghan capital (Reuters) Russia fires cruise missiles at Islamic State targets from Mediterranean (Reuters) Trump blasts Russia probe, urges testimony from former adviser Page (Reuters) Activist probing factories making Ivanka Trump shoes […]

A Confused Trader Discusses The VIX And Markets With His Taxi Driver

From “Blain’s Morning Porridge – May 16th 2017” by Bill Blain of Mint Partners       “Now all them things that seemed so important, well mister, they vanished right into the air….” I’ve been very fortunate this morning to spend 30 minutes in the company of perhaps the wisest man in the whole of London. Stuck […]

UK Parliament Overwhelmingly Authorizes Theresa May To Trigger Article 50 And Withdraw From EU

MP’s in Parliament have voted 498 to 114 to authorize Prime Minster Theresa May to Trigger Article 50 and begin the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union. The vote officiates the result of the June 23rd, 2016 “Brexit” Referendum where a majority of UK citizens indicated a desire to leave the EU. An amendment introduced by the […]