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Why Is High-Yield Energy Debt Decoupling From Oil?

Submitted by Rakesh Upadhyay via, The recent drop in crude oil prices has not reflected in the iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond ETF, as shown in the chart below. Various analysts believe that the close correlation between the junk bonds and crude oil – which have been together for quite some time […]

ZeroHedge: Every Single Bloody Market Is Manipulated … See For Yourself

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Gold and Silver Are Manipulated Deutsche Bank admitted today that it participated with other big banks in manipulating gold and silver prices. In 2014, Switzerland’s financial regulator (FINMA) found “serious misconduct” and a “clear attempt to manipulate precious metals benchmarks” […]

ZeroHedge: Deutsche Bank: “We Expect The S&P To Be Between 1925 To 2100 Until The Election”

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Deutsche Bank may have gotten the corporate bond QE from the ECB that it so desired (even if it means another drop in negative rates) even if that did not help its stock rebound anywhere near to pre-crash levels, and […]


Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Has The Global Recession Begun In Earnest? Whilst riding in the car with my girlfriend and talking about how close we are to a possible financial Armageddon, she couldn’t help but notice the tone of  my last Zerohedge article, and […]

It’s Official (Again): The Current “Recovery” Is Worse Than The Great Depression’s

In a perfectly timed update to his infamous April 2009 "worse then The Great Depression" chart, Kevin O'Rourke has unveiled his latest chart-du-poor. With US manufacturing collapsing, bond yields tumbling, and The Fed about to hike rates to prove they can, this so-called 'recovery' has fallen below that following The Great Depression. As O'Rourke sums […]

Iran Deal Done – “Stunning, Historic Mistake” Or “Profoundly Positive Change”

While slightly later than expected, a comprehensive deal on Iran’s nuclear weapons program has now been reached. As Reuters reports, the agreement will be greeted with alarm in several quarters, both in Washington and Tehran and internationally too, and could yet unravel. Internationally, the deal will accelerate unease in some Arab states, including Saudi Arabia, […]

According To Bank of America, This Is “The Biggest Risk To Global Equities”

On Monday evening we brought you “Bank Of America Begins 66-Day Countdown Until The ‘Ghost Of 1937′” Returns,” in which we discussed why, if history is any guide, a rate hike cycle will be a disaster for equities. As a refresher, here’s the narrative: Put simply, central bank’s provision of liquidity for financial markets has […]

Bank Of America Begins 66-Day Countdown Until The “Ghost Of 1937” Returns

In 66 trading days on September 17, 2015, the Federal Reserve will, according to Bank of America, hike rates for the first time since 2006, which according to BofA will “end the era of excess liquidity.” We disagree entirely, but let’s hear what BofA’s Michael Hartnett has to say: On September 17th the Fed will […]

“New Silk Road” Could Change Global Economics Forever, Part 1

Submitted by Robert Berke via, Part 1: The New Silk Road Beginning with the marvelous tales of Marco Polo’s travels across Eurasia to China, the Silk Road has never ceased to entrance the world. Now, the ancient cities of Samarkand, Baku, Tashkent, and Bukhara are once again firing the world’s imagination. China is building […]

Despite Weak Economic Data Overnight, Futures Slide On Rate Hike Concerns

The big news overnight was neither the Chinese manufacturing PMI miss nor the just as unpleasant (and important) German manufacturing and service PMI misses, but that speculation about a rate hike continues to grow louder despite the abysmal economic data lately, with the latest vote of support of a 25 bps rate increase coming from […]