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Economic Depression And Denial: “We Want To Believe We Aren’t Japan”

Authored by Jeffrey Snider via Alhambra Investment Partners, Back on March 10, the New York Fed’s attempt at real-time GDP forecasting predicted that the Q1 2017 estimate would be 3.2%. That would have qualified as another decent quarter, the second out of the past three and somewhat in keeping with “reflation.” As we know today, […]

Poll Reveals Los Angeles Residents Fear Major Riots Are On The Horizon

Authored by Daniel Lang via SHTFplan.com, We’ve seen a lot of riots and protests in recent years over police violence and the election of Donald Trump. While these events certainly don’t bode well for the future, relative to the rest of American history they’ve been pretty tame (at least for now). They only look really […]

Euro Spikes On Upbeat Draghi Comments, Then Drops On Muted Inflation Outlook

Well that didn’t last long:moments after the EUR spiked on Draghi’s upbeat economic comments, it has since filled the entire gap and is back to session lows after Draghi talked down Eurozone inflation saying there is no sufficient evidence to alter inflation outlook, and no evidence of a self-sustaining inflation move. DRAGHI SAYS ECB NOT […]

Seven Years Of College Down The Drain

Authored by Nicholas Colas via Convergex.com, Last week’s Beige Book highlighted labor shortages for both skilled and unskilled workers, but perhaps employers are asking too much from certain applicants.   That’s the upshot from a report conducted by the Rockefeller Foundation and Edelman Intelligence, which surveyed C-suite executives, human resource officers, and individuals aged 18 […]

New Snowflake Study Proves Kanye Right: “That Major That She Majored In Don’t Make No Money”

A few days ago we noted that a record number of millennials are now graduating college and promptly moving back home with mom and dad.  Adding insult to injury, at least for mom and dad anyway, roughly one-quarter of those millennials living in the proverbial basement are unemployed can’t be bothered with the hassle of […]

Can Macron Save The World? Save France?

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, The markets appear giddy over the election prospects of Emanuel Macron in France. Equities are up along with bond yields. Gold is down. Macron won round one of the French election Sunday and will square off against Marine Le Pen in round two on May 7. He is widely expected […]

Canadians Get “A Little Mad” As Refugees Continue To Flood In From U.S.

Just over a month ago we highlighted the comments of one recently deported Mexican nationalist who told Reuters that illegally immigrating to the U.S. was over, courtesy of the Trump administration, and that it was “Canada’s turn” to welcome the world’s immigrants with open arms. “For those without documents, I think (the United States) is […]

China’s Credit Excess Is Unlike Anything The World Has Ever Seen

By Andrew Brown, a partner for macro and strategy at ShoreVest Capital Partners From a global macroeconomic perspective, we encourage readers to consider that the world is experiencing an extended, rolling process of deflating its credit excesses. It is now simply China’s turn. For context, Japan started deflating their credit bubble in the early 1990s, […]

“The Nightmare Scenario” And Everything Else: The Full French Election Matrix

Yesterday, we presented a Deutsche Bank research report which tried to evaluate whether, despite polls suggesting otherwise, a Le Pen-Melenchon first round victory was possible in the French election this coming Sunday. In a surprising break from the conventional wisdom, this is what DB concluded: Melenchon’s rise in the polls has been one of the […]