The new problem child in the European financial sector.
Protests in Iran continue to surge, leaving destruction in their wake.
OOPS! Credit Suisse CEO seeks to calm as default swaps near 2009 level. Koerner touts ‘strong capital’ after shares touch new low. The cost of insuring bank’s bonds against default climbed about 15% last week. Markets price default probability at 20%.
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“New York gains one household for each two it loses overall, but it gains one household for each three it loses within the top‐earning group. This pattern true for other large out‐ migration states—that is, the states on far left below the line, including Illinois & California”
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Kendall Jenner says she’s definitely not a night owl, and needs a minimum of eight hours of sleep. “I’m a night showerer. I like to feel like I’m going to bed very clean.”
What’s the origin of people saying that certain deficit countries are funded thanks to the “kindness of strangers”? Are there really investors in government bonds motivated by kindness as opposed to, say, profit?
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The morning of Dirk's retirement game, (4/21/19) after being in AFib for more than 24hrs. A record for me. They hit me with the paddles and zapped me into rhythm. My ❤️ has been in rhythm since. Not the same as playing football , but you got this @JJWatt
I was just told somebody leaked some personal information about me and it’s going to be reported on today.

I went into A-Fib on Wednesday, had my heart shocked back into rhythm on Thursday and I’m playing today.

That’s it.
How many pension funds bought Austrian century bonds above 200
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Also in 3 weeks 1mm b/d SPR drain ends, effectively a 2-2.5mmb/d supply cut
OPEC+ To Cut Oil Output By As Much As 1.5 Million B/D On Wendesday To Reverse Price Drop
OPEC+ To Cut Oil Output By As Much As 1.5 Million B/D On Wendesday To Reverse Price Drop
#Cuba's Communist regime has pushed the country into an economic death spiral. Cuba takes the 2nd place in this week's inflation roundup. On Sep 29, I measured #inflation in Cuba at a punishing 203%/yr.
Between events and trends lie the things that really matter: the "trevents," like the recent dollar surge, the unraveling of Putin's invasion of Ukraine, the slump in Chinese growth under Xi, and the collapse of the legitimacy of Iran's Islamic Republic:
Do not let ancient grudge break to new mutiny
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Dollar wrecking ball comes with a price. Tesla’s are at least 10% more expensive overseas.
Tesla announced 3Q deliveries of 343k units which missed the Street's 364k estimate. In a nutshell, this quarter was nothing to write home about and the Street will be disappointed by the softer deliveries. We view this more of a logistical speed bump rather than demand driven

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