Posts tagged with: Bloomberg

While it will take some time to sort through all the pork contained in the massive $2 trillion coronavirus legislation negotiated between the Trump administration and Congressional leaders early Wednesday, here are some of the major provisions via Bloomberg....
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It’s a bloodbath out there. For now, only bonds are higher in price as it seems traders are selling everything that is not nailed down in order to meet margin calls or simply reduce overall uncertainty....
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As we detailed yesterday, America’s largest bank is going on lockdown…...
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The American two-party system has always been an electoral front to conceal the reality of how big money buys U.S. politics. Now with media tycoon Mike Bloomberg entering the presidential race, U.S. “democracy” can be seen for what it is:...
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Back in November Mike Bloomberg was polling at four percent nationally and had the highest disapproval rating of any potential Democratic presidential candidate, and understandably so; the man has a uniquely horrible record and no redeeming traits to speak of....
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The U.S. Department of Justice investigation of criminal activity in the precious metals markets has taken an interesting new turn....
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Everyone loves a good deal. Last week saw an enthusiastic market response to China’s issuance of its first euro-denominated government bonds for 15 years. But this was more than just a successful bond launch.Beijing’s timing isn’t accidental, with borrowing costs...
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The U.S. economy is consistently ranked among the world’s strongest. But cut off its addiction to debt and exhaust its gold and currency reserves, and a very different picture would emerge....
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It takes $1 USD to get 6000 Bolivars but the currency can’t do much for you. In this RTD Quick take I share my thoughts as why the dollar is no different if it’s not held accountable....
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  Article originally appeared on Bloomberg (here)  Most cities in UBS Group AG’s Global Real Estate Bubble Index are overvalued or at risk of a bubble, according to the Swiss bank’s 2018 report on housing prices. Chicago is the only undervalued...
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