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Trump Trade Wars A Perfect Smokescreen For A Market Crash

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at First, I would like to say that the timing of Donald Trump’s announcement on expansive trade tariffs is unusual if not impeccable. I say this only IF Trump’s plan was to benefit establishment globalists by giving them perfect cover for their continued demolition of the market […]

This Chart Should Make President Trump Smile / by Tyler Durden / Nov 1, 2017 11:40 AM If there is one thing we know about President Trump, it is that he likes “winning,” and that means someone else is “losing.” If the following chart is anything to go by (and anything but ‘transitory’) then President Trump should be smiling… While US manufacturing is rebounding back […]

US Manufacturing PMI Drops To 8-Month Lows In May: “Sluggish Sales Prompted Firms To Scale Back Hiring” / by Tyler Durden / Jun 1, 2017 9:52 AM The last two months have seen a major divergence between PMI and ISM Manufacturing reports (as the former confirmed today at its lowest final print since September). May’s final print of 52.7 was slightly above expectations and the preliminary print. This is the lowest ‘final’ print for […]

US Manufacturing Jumps to 33-Year High / JILL MISLINSKI / 02/16/2017 The Philly Fed’s Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey is a monthly report for the Third Federal Reserve District, covers eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware. While it focuses exclusively on business in this district, this regional survey gives a generally reliable clue as to the direction of the broader Chicago Fed’s National Activity Index. The […]

This Is “Worrisome”: The Probability Of A US Recession Surges To 60%, Deutsche Calculates / by Tyler Durden / Jul 3, 2016 11:12 AM Ever since the US manufacturing economy entered a recession over half a year ago as a result of the collapse in capex spending in the energy sector and the soaring layoffs in shale, the strawman used by the economic apologists to “justify” that the broader economy has […]

About That Energy ‘Tax Cut’ Reaches Consumers——-It Didn’t Happen

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / by Jeffrey P. Snider via ALHAMBRA PARTNERS / February 2, 2016 If China and US manufacturing are suffering from what looks like the contours of a slowly progressing recession, we don’t have to go very far to find the genesis. The common denominator […]

Dow Dumps 450 Points (Back Below 17,000) As Crude Oil Crashes Into Red / by Tyler Durden on 01/04/2016 11:12 Dispppointing drops in China and US Manufacturing PMIs, combined with a record glut, appears to have trumped Mid-East tensions and sent WTI plunging back into the red. T READ MORE The post Dow Dumps 450 Points (Back Below 17,000) As Crude Oil Crashes Into Red appeared first on […]

Business in the Midwest Takes Worst Hit since July 2009 / by Wolf Richter • December 31, 2015 Ugly, ugly, ugly. Manufacturing and non-manufacturing. Thank God that manufacturing is just 12% of US GDP, and that it contributes only $2.1 trillion to the economy, and that only 9% of the US workforce is directly employed by it, according to the National Association of Manufacturers. So a swoon […]

Janet Yellen Explains Why The Fed Will Raise Rates Amid A Revenue, Profit & Manufacturing Recession – Live Feed / by Tyler Durden on 12/02/2015 12:26 Janet Yellen is set to begin the first part of her two-day excuse-fest for why The Fed will raise rates (market implied odds at 74%) in December despite Chinese stocks crashing again, carnage in commodities, a revenues recession, plunging EBITDA, a collapse in US manufacturing, housing rolling over, […]

Atlanta Fed Slashes Q4 GDP Forecast From 2.3% To Just 1.4% In Under One Week

Atlanta Fed Q4 GDP update to drop to mid-1% — zerohedge (@zerohedge) December 1, 2015 / by Tyler Durden on 12/01/2015 12:12 Less than a week ago, following the latest deteriorating US data, we noted that the Atlanta Fed had slashed its Q4 GDP forecast from a reasonable 2.3% to 1.8%. Then, earlier today, after […]