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Ian Paul May 22
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Priscilla Tjon 18h
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Eric Antunes May 21
You know the party it's over when FED presidents start bluffing with facts...
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Menzie Chinn May 20
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Ian Paul May 19
If the yield curve inversion means a in 9 to 18 months (say 12) but a stock-led recession sees the market peak 12 months prior to the start of the recession then +12 -12 = peaking right about now
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jeroen blokland May 20
As a reminder, equity markets tend to peak relatively short before the next .
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Ian Paul May 17
So what's the catchy name we're going to use for this in the media and in the history books?
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LGIM 13h
Is the US flirting dangerously close to a ? Chris Jeffery tells how increased could impact US households and growth
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Sonu Pincha 4h
10 Yr yield lowest from Oct 2017.. Pointing even lower towards 2/1.8 (worst case)..
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Crypto Boss 69 😉 $XRP May 20
When will the worldwide financial collapse happen?
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allAfrica.com 1h
Nigeria May Slide to Another Recession - Central Bank :
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Francesc Riverola - FXStreet.com 🎗 16h
Deutsche Bannk 1/3: House View: Key downside risks:  : Further escalation of US-China trade war beyond tariffs and an extension of tariffs to Europe (auto tariff) would hit global growth hard  : Trade war turning into full blown economic crisis,
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Tuomas Malinen 20h
I have started to worry that, instead of admitting failure, will embrace some extremely harmful ideas in the coming . These include some form of debt monetization (á la ) and/or deep negative rates. These would result to all-out economic calamity.
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Mike Larson May 15
Meanwhile, testing lows that date back to 12/2017. My take? Those who have downplayed/ignored the significance of the flattening/partially inverted yield curve are going to be surprised about how weak the economic data looks before long ...
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Educofin 15h
Where are the , , end of the world ?||| US weekly jobless claims unexpectedly fall. ⁦
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Lisa McGinty 4h
Data driven prediction of a significant recession that will shock the industry is headed our way. Interview with unpacks the drivers behind it.
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GiveUpTheGhost May 18
Replying to @TR401
it's not privileged to buy sound money.
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Tuomas Malinen May 22
Replying to @mtmalinen
Because capital markets carry a larger burden of global finance than before, their collapse would immediately eliminate funding for companies, households, and even governments globally. The dramatic reduction in global liquidity would imply an instant . 4/
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Menzie Chinn May 22
More on I hope the housing cycle is not the business cycle (a la Ed Leamer). Last time, construction spending goes negative about 1.5 years before recession begins (about early 2020 this time around)
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Asset TV 9h
Could there be a US in the near future?
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