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Auggie Mueller May 26
So, just read two articles on , Risk is more because we are protected.... interesting. very interesting. Really bad sum up of the article.
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राजीवः श्रीनिवासः May 26
Grandstanding. for taxpayer to pay for their airfare or quarantine.
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B. Lehman May 26
I think this chart pretty much sums up the 's endorsement. In April margin debt miraculously grew 9.5%. (Look at margin debt during '01 & '08 .) Clearly and fully support while economy topples.
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Meritocracy Capital 4h
Even if there is supposed to be a recovery in corporate earnings by 2021E, such a valuation is ridiculous, tells you the degree in which we have in markets
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Friedrich List 12h
afraid of for regular people but not themselves. Fatter unemployment checks are hurting the COVID-19 economic recovery:
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Bill Crittenden 17h
More evidence of mismanagement for the benefit of a few. Under the hood of Hertz's
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**** May 22
“The whole thing being in grants is pretty good,” said one French official. “I’m not sure we were fully expecting that.”
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economorals May 26
The trend here seems to be "universal"... = Universal Basic Income for the people... = Universal Bond Bailouts for corporations... Slightly less if everyone gets everything they want? Except for those who didn't want anything.
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economorals May 22
When is reduced to "fiction"... By those who get to decide what is fiction and what is non-fiction? Hint: You don't get a vote either way.
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Τάκης Χριστοδουλοπουλος May 26
US business in 1Q'20 highest level since 2Q'17. Can arrest further rise in filings? Should it?
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Julie Sheehan May 21
has fascinating article on NYC commercial tenants, who've been skipping rent right and left, even if they can pay it. So when you can't pay your rent and the starts yelling about , tell 'em to direct their attn to the corporate deadbeats.
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Deepstaria 13h
Andrew Cuomo gave immunity to nursing home execs after big campaign donations.
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economorals May 20
"The outlook for homeowners will likely depend on their ability to bounce back, particularly for those who have lost their jobs." If not for that "particular" reason, why would the rest have stopped paying their mortgage? ?
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Primal Digest May 19
Replying to @ml_sen @crguna1
Capitalism, contagion, and : A cure worse than the disease?
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EconomicsinTen 22h
Replying to @EconomicsinTen
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Chas May 19
Sure is a poor example for privatization of public use infrastructure. Truly, it's dangerous to let small groups of people make decisions pitting their their personal financial enrichment against public safety and health.
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economorals May 26
Who do we make out to be the bad guys here? Some (not all) business owners who *might* have been over-indebted to begin with. Or the "opportunistic buyers" (not ones who already got bailouts) who *might* have been prudently saving & waiting? Always somewhere.
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The King of Wrong May 20
They already have decided: The Project. The negotiators in Brussels don't care about bars in Marbella or machinists in Dortmund, and have zero skin in the game - it's 100% weapons-grade . The only thing that scares them is a diminution of the EU budget.
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economorals May 21
Eh... don't blame Shannon. She was just taking her cue from the "big guys" (you know, the ones who get bailouts). Risk management is so, like, 20th century. Careful of the government you trust... (especially if you didn't get your mortgage from them...)
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ENZER May 21
Creates the incentive to craw down more debt if you're one of those people who already have no respect for money. We are rewarding / coming to the rescue of the profligate. Again. .
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